Skip navigation and go directly to content.
Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry Search  |  Index  |  Home  |  Glossary  |  Contact Us  
  
Skip to Print/Text-Only Version Previous PageMain MenuPHA HomeFeedbackNext Page


Pathways
Toxicology
Help

*

*
box
*
*
*
*
*
*

Step 1.2 Gathering Health Concerns and Other Information


bullet Types of Information

A site visit is useful for collecting particular types of information. Two main benefits are that the health assessor may see how people might come in contact with chemicals from the site and learn what concerns community members have about the site.

Decide which items in the list below would be available from a site visit. As you do this, drag and drop to the adjacent box any items you don't think would be available. To move an item, left-click on it as you drag it to the box. The items that remain will be the types of information you think might be available from a site visit. Then click on the View Correct Selections link to view the correct choices.

 

 

 

 

 










Tip Icon

What's the best way to make sure that important details are captured during the site visit?

More on This Topic


 

spacer Last updated: February 20, 2008 bullets EPH Training
bullets
DHAC Home


spacer
  ATSDR Home  |  Search  |  Index  |  Contact Us
About ATSDR  |  News Archive  |  ToxFAQs  |  Public Health Assessments
Privacy Policy  |  External Links Disclaimer |  Accessibility
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services