Step 1.2 Gathering Health Concerns and Other Information
Quadrant mapping is one method for gathering and organizing data during a site visit. By using this or other methods consistently, health assessors will become efficient and thorough in gathering information that is needed about a site.
The steps for using a quadrant mapping system:
Divide the site into four quadrants.
For each quadrant, sketch important features (for example, source areas, streams, and wells).
For each quadrant, complete table noting site characteristics that can impact exposures (for example, site access and vegetative cover).
After the site visit, review information to help identify exposure pathways.
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