Step 1.2 Gathering Health Concerns and Other Information
Information about a site can be gathered in a number of ways, but a site visit plays a key role.
To view some of the primary purposes of conducting a site visit, click on each of the items below
Observe current site conditions.
Observe ways that people use natural resources in the area.
Establish relationships with community members and others involved with work at the site.
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.
- Page last reviewed: May 31, 2016
- Page last updated: May 31, 2016
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