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    Michigan Hazardous Substances Emergency Events Surveillance

        HSEES logo  From October 4  through September 2009, MDCH participated in a surveillance system for hazardous substances releases called  Hazardous Substance Emergency Events Surveillance (MI-HSEES). The federally funded HSEES program included 14 other states that all used the same protocol to collect, analyze and disseminate data on acute chemical releases and related adverse health effects, and conducted interventions to mitigate the impacts of releases on environmental and human health.  MDCH has issued annual reports for each full year of data collection.

    Beginning October 2009, MDCH is continuing with a scaled-back HSEES program as an unfunded state, along with seven currently funded states.

    HSEES Annual Reports

    2013 MI-HSEES Annual Report
    2012 MI-HSEES Annual Report
    2011 MI-HSEES Annual Report
    2010 MI-HSEES Annual Report
    2009 - No Report
    2008 MI-HSEES Annual Report 
    2007 MI-HSEES Annual Report 
    2006 MI-HSEES Annual Report 
    2005 MI-HSEES Annual Report 
     

     

     

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