30 Env Health Risk - CEE 597 Lecture 30 Environmental and...

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EE 597 cture 30 CEE 597 Lecture 30 Environmental and Health Risk Analysis 6 April 2007 Jery Stedinger Lec 30 1
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Don’t Drink the Water? Newsweek February 5, 1990 6 April 2007 Jery Stedinger Lec 30 2
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The Great Cherry Caper Newsweek February 5, 1990 6 April 2007 Jery Stedinger Lec 30 3
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Environmental and Health Risk Topics Multimedia (Stevens & Swackhammer; McKone; ASTDR) ccidents ansport uman effects Accidents Æ Transport Æ Human effects Environmental pathways: air, water, land Exposure: inhalation, ingestion, dermal Air pollution Health impacts and transport models Gaussian dispersion model p Plume rise and deposition Health Risk Waster-to-Energy Conversion Facilities gy Pathways Exposure assumptions Risk Calculations 6 April 2007 Jery Stedinger Lec 30 4
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Environmental and Health Risk Topics - 2 isk Assessment of Pesticide Production Facility Risk Assessment of Pesticide Production Facility Illustration of issues and analysis Many chemicals se pathway analysis Use pa ay a a ys s Soil Risk Movement and exposure of different chemicals p 6 April 2007 Jery Stedinger Lec 30 5
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Outline for Health Risk Lectures austenbach Historical Survey acket Paustenbach Historical Survey Packet Molak Toxic Chemicals Non-cancer risk Packet Anderson-Quantitative RA - Cancer Assessment Packet Anderson-Applications of Quantitative Risk Packet pp Q Analysis for Public Policy by EPA Risk Assessment vs Risk Management Packet g NRC 1983 Concepts Four Steps in Risk Assessment 6 April 2007 Jery Stedinger Lec 30 6
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Outline for Health Risk Lectures - 2 Risk Assessment Guidelines Handout 990- PA Risk Assessment in Superfund andout 1990 EPA Risk Assessment in Superfund Handout 1992-EPA Exposure Assessment Guidelines Handout Exposure versus Dose Theoretical Upper Bounding Estimate (TUBE) screening eo e ca Uppe ou d g s a e ( U ) sc ee g Multiple Risk Descriptors: Individual & Subpopulations Anderson: Dose Response Packet p Mouse-to-Man High-to-Low Doses Model selection and fitting Hattis and Kennedy: Alternative Mechanism Reading Risk EPA-2005 Guidelines Carcinogen Risk Assessment Handout 6 April 2007 Jery Stedinger Lec 30 7 g
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Comic 6 April 2007 Jery Stedinger Lec 30 8
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Paustenbach – Critical Ideas ree Ideas: toxicity hazard and risk Three Ideas: toxicity, hazard and risk Toxicity – property of substance Hazard – created by exposure to toxic chemical isk robability of adverse outcome from exposure Risk – probability of adverse outcome from exposure Health Risk Assessment Describes likelihood of adverse effects Assists policy and decision making Depends upon: potency of agent (toxicity) level of exposure (hazard) 6 April 2007 Jery Stedinger Lec 30 9
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Occupational Hazard Assessment, 1550-1700 During 16 th to 18 th centuries, efforts established basis for current approach to health risk assessment, dose-response concept.
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