Resources to help organizations address workplace exposures to antineoplastic agents.
Diesel Engine Exhaust
Resources on diesel engine exhaust, a carcinogen, CAREX Canada has identified as a high priority for exposure reduction.
As part of our ongoing surveillance of these exposures, the CAREX team monitors substances of growing concern to Canadians.
In collaboration with various partners, CAREX Canada has been working since 2009 to mobilize information about environmental quality in First Nations communities.
Resources to help characterize Canadians exposures to pesticides at work and in the environment.
Radon in Buildings
CAREX Canada risk estimates for indoor air show that radon is the highest priority exposure in Canadian settings.
CAREX Canada has prioritized solar radiation as a high priority for exposure reduction in Canadian workplaces.
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