CONNDOTConnecticut Department of Transportation
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These workers were employed by 90 contractors and other companies and were assigned to projects at 68 CONNDOT sites.
For example, for bridge repair projects, CONNDOT inspectors and field engineers enforce the requirements of the "Lead Health Protection Program" (as it is termed in the contracts) just as they do the thickness of paint applied or other construction specifications.
The relative contributions of these efforts in reducing BLLs are even more difficult to clarify because some provisions of the CONNDOT "Lead Health Protection Program" contain more aggressive worker exposure-control requirements than does the OSHA standard (e.