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Receive Discount Registration for 2015 Design & Construction Week

NCHH has partnered with NAHB and NKBA as a supporting organization for the second annual Design & Construction Week™ featuring the co-location of the International Builders' Show (IBS) and the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show (KBIS). Two fabulous shows in iconic Las Vegas! We are also excited to be including three Partner Events in the 2015 Design & Construction Week: International Window Coverings Expo (IWCE); Las Vegas Market, which includes home furnishings & décor, accessories and gifts; and, The International Surface Event (TISE) - made up of SURFACES, StonExpo/Marmomacc Americas and TileExpo. This synchronization of tradeshows and markets will have direct benefits for all those in the design and construction industries.

As a friend of NCHH, you'll be able to register for the 2015 IBS and/or the 2015 KBIS for a special discounted registration fee that we are only offering to members of our supporting organizations. To receive your special discount, be sure to note that you are a member of NCHH during the registration process for either show.

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What can I do to prevent my child's exposure to lead?

Take these steps to reduce your child’s exposure to lead in your home/environment:

  1. Keep your child away from painting and repair work that disturbs paint, and make sure no paint chips or dust remain in the work area before your child enters.
  2. Pay attention to peeling paint: report it to your landlord if you’re a tenant so that repairs will get made (and call code enforcement or legal aid if there’s no response); and repair it safely if you’re a homeowner.
  3. Wash your child’s hands, toys, bottles, pacifiers, and any other items your child often puts in his or her mouth.
  4. Regularly clean floors, windowsills, and dusty places with wet mops or wet cloths to pick up any dust.
  5. Use only cold tap water for making baby formula, drinking and cooking. Let the water run for a few minutes first.
  6. Avoid using products from other countries such as: health remedies, eye cosmetics (i.e., kohl, kajal, surma), candies, spices, snack foods, clay pots and dishes, painted toys, and children’s jewelry. These items may contain high levels of lead.
  7. Remove shoes before entering your home.
  8. Any household member who does construction work or other work that may involve lead should remove work clothes before entering; wash them separately.

For more information regarding understanding your child's blood lead level, click here.

For more information regarding lead in toys, click here.

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