CAREX Canada’s exposure summaries are a useful guide for those looking to better understand – and reduce or eliminate – the known or suspected carcinogens that Canadians are exposed to in workplace and community environments. Assembling various CAREX Canada data, tools and resources, these summaries package information in various ways; so far we’ve developed summaries by occupation, industry, province, route of exposure, population, cancer site, and exposure source.
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Provides an overview of the exposures that workers in particular occupations may experience on the job.
Cancer Site Summaries
Looks at occupational exposures associated with particular cancer sites.
Exposure Source Summaries
Looks at environmental exposures associated with particular sources.
Developed with partner organizations to explore exposures of interest. These include an occupational health package for the Canadian Association of University Teachers (CAUT) and a fact sheet package on asbestos, diesel engine exhaust, crystalline silica, and solar radiation prepared for a recent symposium on the Occupational Cancer Research Centre (OCRC)‘s Burden of Occupational Cancer project. Note that these summaries reference our 2006 estimates of exposure.
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As a national organization, our work extends across borders into many Indigenous lands throughout Canada. We gratefully acknowledge that our host institution, the University of British Columbia Point Grey campus, is located on the traditional, ancestral and unceded territories of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam) people.