Open Government Portal
Open Data Search has recently undergone significant changes. The search page has moved to search.open.canada.ca/opendata. Please update existing bookmarks accordingly.
Found 10 records similar to Protecting people at greater risk
The park monitors the population trends of Sage Grouse at leks within the park and on adjacent lands in the greater ecosystem. The actual measure is the sum of the maximum number of males attending each studied lek in a given year.
The Residential Indoor Air Quality Guidelines summarize the health risks of specific indoor pollutants. The guidelines recommend exposure limits for contaminants that affect indoor air quality.
Terra Nova National Park conducts weekly shorebird surveys during August and early September in order to monitor the abundance of Greater Yellowlegs and other shorebird species.
Vaping can increase your exposure to chemicals that could harm your health (e.g. cause lung damage). Vaping could also expose you to nicotine, which is addictive.
Protect your health from harmful chemicals and pollutants. Follow these tips to ensure your home is a healthy home.
Aggregate exposure and risk assessments involve the analysis of exposure to a single chemical by multiple pathways and routes of exposure. The pathways of exposure considered in this general principles document include the potential for pesticide residues in food and drinking water, as well as residues from pesticide use in residential, non-occupational environments.
This Human Health Risk Assessment for Ambient Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2) is a comprehensive review of the most relevant health- and exposure-related science for this air pollutant, prepared by the Air Quality Assessment Section of Health Canada.
Some projects can expose you or others to harmful chemicals and pollutants. Before starting any DIY project, make sure you're aware of how to keep you and your family safe.
Every day, we are exposed to chemicals and pollutants in the air, food, water and products we use in our home. Here are ten simple steps you can take today to help protect yourself and your family.
Risk assessments are conducted under the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999 to determine whether there are risks resulting from exposure of Canadians to a substance, or releases of a substance into the environment, and the specific ways Canadians or the environment can be affected.