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EPA ExpoBox

EPA ExpoBox: Other Tools

In addition to the step-by-step approach offered by the 6 modules of EPA ExpoBox, risk assessors like yourself may want to use some of these other tools that are in EPA ExpoBox . These include:

These tools can be found in other parts of EPA's web site:

The EPA ExpoBox glossary provides definitions for terms referenced on the EPA ExpoBox website. Definitions were obtained from multiple sources, some of which are indicated in the table below. Sources include the Exposure Factors Handbook: 2011 Edition and the 1992 Guidelines for Exposure Assessment, among others.

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Links to other glossaries that define terms related to exposure and risk assessment are provided below, including the glossary developed by the International Programme on Chemical Safety (IPCS) and the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD). These groups joined together to "develop internationally harmonized generic and technical terms used in chemical hazard/risk assessment." IPCS and OECD sought to define both generic terms and terms related to specific technical fields. As part of this effort, the Exposure Assessment Terminology Working Group developed a glossary of exposure assessment terminology to help facilitate communication and promote consistency of language in exposure science.