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Step 1.2 Gathering Health Concerns and Other Information

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Information about a site can be gathered in a number of ways, but a site visit plays a key role.

Purpose 1

Observe current site conditions.

Purpose 2
Observe ways that people use natural resources in the area.

Purpose 3
Establish relationships with community members and others involved with work at the site.

Purpose 4
Collect firsthand information about community health concerns.


What is the best approach for coordinating a site visit?

The health assessor should coordinate site visits with local ATSDR staff members; local, state, and other federal health and environmental agencies; community members; and other interested parties. These people can provide valuable information about a site.

 

 
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