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    Toxic Substances Information Directory


    The Toxic Substances Information Directory was developed in order to provide an easy-to-use, quick reference document for public health professionals when looking for information on an environmental or occupational health topic.  It can be used by local health departments to guide the public or by the public directly since this document is available on the Internet.


    The first six sections of the directory provide general information on state and federal agencies; universities and non-governmental organizations; library resources; resources for chemical testing, and reporting requirements. The remaining sections are topic specific.


    Generally, within each section Michigan governmental agencies are listed first, followed by federal agencies and then other organizations. A web address has been provided for each, along with a brief description and contact information.


    This directory is intended to direct one to organizations and/or resources that may provide more information; it is not meant to be comprehensive.


    The directory is in PDF format.  Click here to download a free copy of the latest version of Acrobat Reader.

    Table of Contents

    Michigan Agencies

    Chemical Terrorism and Chemical Emergencies

    Federal Agencies


    Universities, Professional and Non-Governmental Organizations


    Online Libraries, Databases and Research Tools

    Fish Advisory Information

    Resources for Environmental Monitoring and Medical Testing

    Hazardous Waste

    Reporting Guidelines and Requirements


    Air Pollution


    Air Quality, Indoor





    Radiation and EMF (Electric and Magnetic Fields)



    Bloodborne Pathogens

    Water Pollution

    Cancer and Cancer-Causing Agents



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    NOTE: Permission is granted for the reproduction of this publication, in limited quantity, provided the reproductions contain appropriate reference to the source.


    This publication was supported in part by grant number 5 U01 OH007306 from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (CDC-NIOSH).  Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of CDC-NIOSH.


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