This course presents the US EPA Office of Solid Waste Human Health Risk Assessment Protocol. Reference will be made to the En Health publication Guidelines for Assessing Human Health Risks for Environmental Hazards, however the focus of the course is the fundamental science and international risk assessment practices.
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Dr Jesse Thé, PhD, P.Eng and Ms Cristiane Thé
- Co-authors of the only US EPA Protocol for multi-pathway human health risk assessment from air toxics: Human Health Risk Assessment Protocol for Air Toxics (the US EPA HHRAP).
- Co-authors of the only US EPA Protocol for multi-pathway ecological risk assessment from air toxics: Screening Level Ecological Risk Assessment Protocol for Air Toxics (the US EPA SLERAP).
- Technical lead of US EPA RAIMI, the risk assessment study over the Greater Houston area including all possible sources. This was the world’s largest multi-pathway human health risk assessment from air toxics from 2000 to 2003.
- Main author of the largest multi-pathway risk assessment from air toxics in the world since 2005. Dr. Thé and Ms Thé, coordinate the annual runs and development of this risk assessment with Lakes colleagues, for the Minnesota Air Pollution Control Agency (MPCA). Along with experts from MPCA, Lakes Environmental’s version of IRAP, called MNRISK, processes 200,000 sources over 2 million receptors on a full multi-pathway risk for all the sources in the state of Minnesota.
- Technical lead on the annual human health risk assessment in the State of Kuwait for the past 4 years.
- Dr. Thé supervises the development of the most advanced mobile source methodology currently available (in 2017). Mobile sources emit over 1200 air toxics, but only a dozen of these have air quality standards. Therefore, mobile source studies must employ more modern techniques to limit emissions based on human health risks, per Dr. Thé’s methodology.
- Co-Authors of the Industrial Risk Assessment Program (IRAP View). This is the de facto standard to execute risk assessment from air toxics in North America. IRAP is also extensively used internationally.
- Co-Authors of the Ecological Risk Assessment Program (EcoRisk View). This is the de facto standard to execute risk assessment from air toxics in North America.
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This class is limited to 20 participants.
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