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David and George Gray. Risk! A Practical Guide for Deciding What's
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Presidential/Congressional Commission on Risk Assessment and Risk Management. Framework for
Environmental Health Risk Management. Washington, DC: P/CCRARM. 1997.
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C. and Eden Graber (Eds). Staying Healthy in a Risky Environment - The New York
University Medical Center Family Guide - How to Identify, Prevent or Minimize
Environmental Risks to Your Health. New York, NY: Simon & Schuster. 1993. ISBN:
0-671-76815-8. An excellent plain language guide to the topic.
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Kjellstrom, Tord; De Kok, Theo; and Tee Guidotti. Basic Environmental Health.
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Articles and Documents:
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Environmental Pollution, Pesticides and the Causes of Cancer. Dallas, TX: National
Center for Policy Analysis. March 1998.
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M. Risky Business.
Environmental Health Perspectives 104(10): 1040. October 1996.
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Congressional Research Service Report for Congress RL30043. February 1, 1999.
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Center for Mental Health
Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. Communicating
in a Crisis: Risk Communication - Guidelines for Public Officials.
Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. 2002.
- Food Safety
Council, The Professionals Guide
to Food Safety and Sanitation
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Opportunities To Reduce Health Risks: Toxin Control, Medicine and Injury Prevention.
Dallas, TX: National Center for Policy Analysis. June 1995.
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Definition of Acceptable Risk. Crystal Bay, NV: Delta Toxicology Inc. June 1991.
Mixtures: A review of the evolution of toxicology and chemical regulation
from a single chemical approach to a science and regulatory process that
must address complex chemical mixtures. South Hadley, MA: Military Waste
Cleanup Program Mount Holyoke College November 2003.
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J.W. Roberts. Everyday Exposure
to Toxic Pollutants. Scientific American. February 1998.
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Management for Water-Related Infectious Disease. Geneva, Switzerland. 2002.
Health Organization. WTO
Agreements and Public Health - a joint study by the WHO and WTO Secretariat,
Geneva, Switzerland. 2002.
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- American Association of Occupational
Health Nurses, An association for registered nurses specializing in occupational care.
Association for Health Education (AAHE)
Association of Public Health Physicians
Board for Occupational Health Nurses
College of Occupational & Environmental Medicine
College of Radiology
Council on Science and Health, An organization that often takes a
contrarian view of environmental health dangers
Board of Preventive Medicine
- American Conference of
Governmental Industrial Hygienists, An association that "advances worker health
and safety through education and the development and dissemination of scientific and
Industrial Hygiene Association and the American Board of Industrial Hygiene
Public Health Association, An association with a mission to "continue
to strive to improve public health for everyone."
School Health Association
Society of Safety Engineers
- American Water Works Association, An association
dedicated to the improvement of drinking water quality and supply.
of Public Health Laboratories - Environmental Health Program
- Association of Occupational and
Environmental Clinics, A network of over 60 clinics and associated individuals focused
on improving the practice of occupational and environmental medicine.
of Schools of Public Health (ASPH)
of State and Territorial Directors of Health Promotion and Public Health
of State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO)
Transportation Emergency Center
for Healthier Cities and Communities
of Professional Associations on Federal Statistics (COPAFS)
of State and Territorial Epidemiologists (CSTE)
- Environmental Law Institute, An association for
environmental lawyers and related professionals.
Safety 4 Just Kids
and Drug Law Institute (FDLI)
Water Protection Council, A national association of state ground water
and underground injection control agencies
- International Society for Environmental
Epidemiology, An association focused on fostering the study of health effects of
environmental exposures from an epidemiological perspective.
- International Society of Exposure Analysis, An
association for the advancement of exposure analysis for human populations and ecosystems.
Society for Infectious Diseases and Promed
Society on Urban Health
Technology Regulatory Council
of Medicine's Board on Health Promotion and Disease Prevention
Assembly on School-Based Health Care
Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO)
Association of Health Data Organizations (NAHDO)
Association of Local Boards of Health (NALBOH)
Association for Public Health Statistics and Information Systems (NAPHSIS)
Council for Radiation Protection and Measurements (NCRP)
Environmental Health Association, An association for "the
environmental health and protection professional for the purpose of
providing a healthful environment for all."
- National Environmental Education
& Training Foundation, An organization devoted to environmental learning
Pesticide Information Center (NPIC)
Safety Council's Environmental Health Center
School Boards Association: School Health Programs
- Risk Assessment and Policy Association, An
association for risk assessment professionals interested in policy applications.
for Occupational and Environmental Health
- Society of Toxicology, An association dedicated to
the advancement of toxicology with a goal that its value "as a scientific discipline
will be widely understood, accepted and utilized in enhancing human, animal, and
and Territorial Injury Prevention Directors Association (STIPDA)
- Water Environment Federation, an association focused on
- Water Quality Association
New Jersey and New York Sites:
State Environmental Sites:
State Public Health Sites:
Government and State Sites:
- Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry, ATSDR, federal agency within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Air and Dust Sampling in Lower Manhattan - Final Report
Studies in Environmental Medicine: Course SS3046 - Taking an Exposure History. March
Case Studies in Environmental
Medicine: Links to Radon and Benzene Cases
ToxFAQs - Frequently Asked Questions About Contaminants
Found at Hazardous Waste Sites
Hazardous Waste Sites and Children's Health Risks
Public Health Assessment Process and the Community
Nationwide Environmental Health Nursing Initiative
Minimal Risk Levels for Hazardous Substances, nearly 300 chemical
exposure levels are listed
- California Office of Environmental
Health Hazard Assessment, a state agency that offers a kids guide to risk assessment.
OEHHA, Proposition 65
Hazard Evaluation System and Information Service
System at the National Library of Medicine
Environmental Health & Safety Inventory of Research
Environmental Health Network
- Centers for Disease Control and
Prevention (CDC), federal
agency within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services responsible for promoting
health through disease and prevention and control.
- CDC: Adolescent and School Health
- CDC: West Nile Virus Homepage
- CDC: National Center for Health Statistics: Public Health Data Standards
Health Information Database (CHID) Online
- Congressional Research Service Reports on
Risk and Reform, a branch of the Library of Congress
Product Safety Commission
of Health Organizations Online (DIRLINE)
- Environmental Health
Policy Committee, a coordinating committee within the U.S. Public Health Service
cooperative program between U.S. Housing and Urban Development and U.S.
Department of Agriculture for healthy farms
- Food and Drug Administration, federal agency within
the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services that regulates food additives, drugs,
cosmetics, and medical devices
- Food Safety Information Gateway
Information on Hazardous Chemicals & Occupational Diseases
a multi-hazard mapping initiative sponsored by FEMA and NOAA
cooperative program between U.S. Housing and Urban Development and U.S.
Department of Agriculture for healthy homes
Government Environmental Assistance Network (LGEAN)
Toxicology & Environmental Health Topics
Safety and Health Administration
Farm Safety & Health Information Clearinghouse
- NARA, National Archives and Records Administration
(publishes the U.S. Federal Register)
Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine
- National Center for
- National Center for Health
Health United States, 2002
Institute of Child Health and Human Development
- National Institutes of Health
- Household Products Database, health and safety information on
- National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences,
federal agency within the National Institutes of Health focused on environmental health
- National Institute of Occupational Safety
and Health, federal agency within the National Institutes of Health focused on
of Physical and Mental Health Symptoms Following the World Trade Center
(WTC) Disaster: Borough of Manhattan Community College and York College,
Immediately Dangerous to Life or Health Concentrations
Report To Congress On Workers'' Home Contamination Study Conducted Under The
Workers'' Family Protection Act (29 U.S.C. 671A)
Registry of Toxic Effects of Chemical Substances, over 130,000 chemicals
in this database
Institute for Nursing Research
Library of Medicine General Links, Locator
Plus and Gateway
- National Library of Medicine TOXNET, federal agency
portal to toxicology data and chemical information. TOXNET
Databases include: Hazardous Substances Databank (HSDB), Integrated
Risk Information System (IRIS), Genetic Toxicity Databank (GENE-TOX),
Chemical Carcinogenesis Research Information System (CCRIS), Toxicology
Information Online (TOXLINE), Developmental and Reproductive Toxicology
Information Center (DART/ETIC), Toxic Release Inventory (TRI), Chemical
Healthy People 2010 Information Access Project
- National Response Center, central federal location for
reporting and information related to emergency responses to hazardous substance releases.
Technical Information Service
Toxicology Program, federal agency that coordinates toxicological
testing within U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
of Management and Budget - Whitehouse, daily regulatory review
activities of OMB
- Occupational Safety and Health Administration
Technical Links to Safety and Health Topics
Risk Assessment Information System, Oak Ridge National Laboratory's site
sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Environmental
Tutor sponsored by National Library of Medicine
- U.S. Bureau of the Census
Bureau of Labor Statistics
Department of Energy
DOE Argonne National Laboratory
DOE Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, online environmental safety
and health manual
DOE Environmental Safety and Health Information Portal
Department of Health and Human Services
DHHS Healthy People 2010 Home Page
Department of Housing and Urban Development
Department of Transportation
Department of Veterans Affairs - Veterans Health Initiative, 10
independent study modules on veteran health issues
- U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA), federal
agency responsible for protecting human health and and the environment.
EPA's Air Pollution Distance Learning Network
EPA's Compilation of Air Pollutant Emission Factors, AP-42, Fifth Edition
- U.S. EPA's Beach Watch
- U.S. EPA's Exposure Factors Handbook
EPA's Indoor Air Quality Tools for Schools
- U.S. EPA's IRIS Chemical Toxicity
- U.S. EPA's Envirofacts Database
for chemical properties
EPA's EnviroMapper Storefront or Direct
EPA's Local Emergency Planning Database
EPA's National Environmental Methods Index
- U.S. EPA's Office of Children's
Health Protection offers many links to risk and exposure assessment tools focused on
EPA's Office of Enforcement and Compliance Assurance
- U.S. EPA's
Superfund Tools for Human Health Risk Assessment Site
EPA's Toxic Release Inventory and Easy
Access to TRI data
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
- U.S. Geological Survey, federal agency within the U.S.
Department of Interior that gathers and disseminates environmental quality data.
Environment and Human Health
& U.S. EPA - National Environmental Methods Index, water quality
- A Gateway to Environmental Law
- Health Canada,
Investigation Human Exposure to Contaminants in the Environment: A Handbook for Exposure
Calculations, 1995. Part 1, Part 2, Part 3.
- Health Canada, Office of
- Human and Environmental
Risk Assessment on ingredients
of household cleaning products, "European partnership established in 1999 between
the makers of household cleaning products (AISE) and the chemical industry (CEFIC) who
supplies the raw materials" to conduct human health and environmental risk
- International Agency for Research on Cancer, International
agency focused on cancer research.
Commission on Occupational Health (ICOH)
- International Food Safety Congress 2000
Human Dimensions Programme on Global Environmental Change (IHDP)
International Occupational Safety and Health Information Centre, Links
to publications, databases, and services
- International Programme on Chemical Safety
site has links to Environmental Health Criteria Monographs, CIS Chemical Information,
Concise International Chemical Assessment Documents, Health and Safety Guides, IARC
Summaries & Evaluations, IPCS/CEC Evaluation of Antidotes, JECFA (food additives)
Monographs & Evaluations, JMPR (pesticide residues) Monographs & Evaluations,
Pesticide Data Sheets, Poisons Information Monographs, Screening Information Data Set
(SIDs) for High Production Volume Chemicals.
- International Toxicity Estimates for Risk, a free "Internet database of human health risk values for
over 500 chemicals of environmental concern from several organizations
- The World Health Organization (WHO)
Nations Development Program
- United Nations Environment Program
for Applied Environmental Public Health at Tulane University School of
for Child Environmental Health Risks Research at University of Washington
for Childhood Asthma in the Urban Environment at The Johns Hopkins
for Childhood Neurotoxicology and Exposure Assessment at Rutgers
University/University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, Robert Wood
Johnson Medical School
for Children's Environmental Health at Columbia University
for Children's Environmental Health at University of California, Davis
for Children's Environmental Health and Disease Prevention Research at Mount
Sinai School of Medicine
for Children's Health and the Environment at Mount Sinai School of Medicine
for Health Effects of Environmental Contamination (CHEEC) at University of
for Health Assessment of Mothers and Children of Salinas at University of
for Environmental Health Sciences at Dartmouth
- Center for Law and Public Health at Johns
for Public Health Law at LSU School
for Occupational and Environmental Health at University of Manchester,
and excellent portal to more sites
Environmental Health Center at University of Southern California, Los
Public Health at University of Michigan School of Public Health (CBPH)
University, Material Safety Data Sheets
University, Occupational and Environmental Medicine WWW Resource Index
Occupational Health Sciences Institute
School of Public Health
Center for Environmental Health at Harvard School of Public Health
School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine
Center for the Environment and Children's Health at University of Michigan
Mountain Center for Occupational and Environmental Health University of Utah
Center for Pediatric Environmental Health at the University of Texas Health
Center at Tyler
- Queensland University of
Technology - School of Public Health, a variety of public health related links.
- University of
Illinois at Chicago - School of Public Health, Envirorisk - "a case
based, problem-solving program in environmental risk assessment and risk
Berkeley Environmental Health Sciences Center
Center for Occupational and Environmental Health
of Iowa, Agricultural Occupational Health
of Iowa Center for Health Effects of Environmental Contamination
of Iowa Hardin Meta Directory
of Vermont, Material Safety Data Sheets and other safety and
- American Lung Association - offers information about
air quality and health
Lung Association's Health House
Internet Learning Center - site cosponsored by AAOHN and ACOEM
Ogden Medical Center - Recognizing
Waterborne Disease And The Health Effects of Water Pollution
- ASTM International - offers standards related to
risk-based corrective action.
Analytical Laboratories - good source of exposure assessment information
Centre for Occupational Health and Safety
for Health, Environment & Justice
- Center for Nonproliferation Studies
for Research on Occupational and Environmental Toxicology
for Risk Communication
for the Study of Bioterrorism and Emerging Infections
Diploma in Occupational Medicine: Internet
Navigator - evaluates charities based on IRS filings
- ChemAlliance - Regulatory
Information for the Chemical Process Industries, regulatory tools and resources
Injury Information Network
Environmental Health Institute
Environmental Health Network
Health Environmental Coalition
Children's Environmental Health Center at Children's Hospital Medical Center
- EnviroTools, developed by the Hazardous
Substances Research Center, Michigan State University
Defense Fund's Scorecard
Health and Safety Freeware
Health Watch, a public
interest organization in Cleveland, Ohio that "provides information,
assistance and advocacy to protect and sustain human health and the health
of the environment."
Monitoring and Measurement Advisor, expert system (interactive software)
for environmental analyses
GIS & Mapping on the Web
Institute of Occupational Health, links to African and Asian Pacific
- Food Safety Council
- Food Safety Network
Central - a portal to groundwater technology information
Care Without Harm
Indoor Air for America's Homes
Schools Network, Inc.
is New York - a democracy of photographs
for a Healthy Environment
Hughes Medical Institute, Laboratory
Chemical Safety Summaries, Safety
Family Foundation - State Health Facts Online
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center - information on herbs, botanicals, and complementary
Association of Local Boards of Health
Association of Occupational Health Professionals
Environmental Training Center for Small Communities
Public Radio - Series on Doing Americas Dirty Work
Jersey Environmental Digital Library
York Safety Resource Center
York Committee for Occupational Safety and Health
9/11 World Trade Center area cleanup articles and documents
and Environmental Resources
Charitable Trusts - Environmental Health
- Partnership for Food Safety
for Social Responsibility
Prevention Resource Exchange
- Healthy People 2010 & Environmental Health
- Regional Healthy People
2010 Events and Priorities
Heinz Center for Science, Economics and the Environment, The State of the
- The Health Effects
Institute, "a partnership
between U.S. EPA and industry."
Health Connection - focused on recognizing waterborne disease and the
health effects of water pollution
Journal of Public Health - The official journal of the American
Public Health Association
- Applied Occupational and
Environmental Hygiene - The official journal
of the American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists.
- Archives of Environmental Health - An
international journal consolidating the latest research " from such varying fields as
epidemiology, toxicology, biostatistics, and biochemistry."
- Emerging Infectious Diseases
- Journal published by the Centers for Disease Control.
Health Journal - Journal of the Chartered Institute of Environmental
- Environmental Health Perspectives - Journal of the
National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences.
Health Perspectives Children's
- Environmental Science and
Technology - An American
Chemical Society journal "for scientific and technical professionals in a wide range
of environmental disciplines."
- Environmental Research - A journal that is
focused on "toxic effects of environmental agents on humans and animals."
- Human and
Ecological Risk Assessment - An international journal focused on human and
ecological risk assessment developments.
Archives of Occupational and Environmental Health - An international
journal focused on occupational or ambient environmental problems with an
emphasis on clinical and epidemiological studies, human experimental studies
on environmental health effects, and methods.
- Journal of the American
Industrial Hygiene Association - The official journal
of the American Industrial Hygiene Association.
of Biology - an open access international journal publishing
- Journal of Environmental Assessment Policy and
Management - An "international
journal covering policy and decision-making relating to environmental assessment in the
of Environmental Health - The official journal of the National Environmental
- Journal of Occupational and
Environmental Medicine - A clinically oriented
journal of "research articles and technical reports ... on new medical developments
in the prevention, diagnosis, and rehabilitation of work-related injury and illness."
- Journal of Toxicology and
Environmental Health - Focused on
"environmental toxicology in general as well as in special interest fields such as
target organ toxicities, immunotoxicology, risk assessment, carcinogenesis, mutagenesis,
ecotoxicology, environmental factors affecting health, and aquatic toxicology."
and Mortality Weekly Report - CDC's weekly publication of reports
from state health departments and federal health related activities.
- Risk: Health, Safety & Environment - The official
journal of the Risk Assessment & Policy Association.
- Science of the Total Environment
- An "International journal for scientific research into the environment and its
relationship with man."
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