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Pesticide exposure surveillance in Texas.

Authors
Texas Department of State Health Services
Source
Austin, TX: Pesticide Exposure Surveillance in Texas Program (PEST); Environmental and Injury Epidemiology and Toxocology Branch, Texas Department of State Health Services, 2004 Oct; :1-6
NIOSHTIC No.
20040833
Abstract
Reporting acute pesticide exposure: 1. All health care providers, hospitals, clinics and lab directors are required by law to report work-related pesticide exposures to the Department of State Health Services (Texas Occupational Condition Reporting Act, Health and Safety Code, Chapter 81). 2. Texas Poison Control Network (TCPN), state agencies, regional health departments, and individuals also report pesticide exposures to DSHS.
Keywords
Pesticides; Exposure-levels; Environmental-hazards; Environmental-exposure; Humans; Men; Women; Children; Age-groups; Agriculture; Agricultural-chemicals; Farmers; Exterminators; Law-enforcement-workers; Fire-fighters; Respiratory-system-disorders; Skin-exposure; Agricultural-workers; Groundskeeping-workers; Landscape-services-workers
Publication Date
20041001
Document Type
Other
Funding Type
Cooperative Agreement
Fiscal Year
2005
NTIS Accession No.
NTIS Price
Identifying No.
Cooperative-Agreement-Number-U60-CCU-608464
Source Name
Texas Department of State Health Services
State
TX
Performing Organization
Texas Department of State Health Services
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