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The fact is that researchers would rarely (if ever) rely on a product label to determine exposure scenarios and/or human or environmental health risk assessments.
In addition, China does not yet have an environmental health risk assessment system based on specific dioxin emission sources and population exposure patterns.
Alarmed by this growing threat to health, the Regional Committee for the Western Pacific, WHO's governing body in the Region, called on Member States to strengthen human resources and institutional capacity in environmental health risk assessment and management.
Epidemiological Evidence for Environmental Health Risk Assessment is a World Health Organization (WHO) guideline document.
Furthermore, SRA's analytic sciences capabilities in all aspects of environmental health risk assessment and epidemiologic research will be an excellent complement to Dames & Moore's current business in these areas.
SRA's life sciences operations provide clinical and biomedical research as well as environmental health risk assessment to governmental agencies and industry.