We have developed additional tools to help users explore the data used for our estimates and indicators, and to facilitate access to a wide range of spatial data about known and suspected carcinogens in outdoor environments.
eWORK is a set of tools developed by our occupational exposures team that allow users to conduct custom queries of the CAREX results database. Two versions of eWORK are available: eWORK Excel and eWORK Online.
eWORK Excel is a Microsoft Excel-based tool capable of handling complex filters and queries. It is available by request. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’re interested in obtaining a copy.
eWORK Online is for users who prefer quick, accessible, yet high quality statistics on occupational exposures to various carcinogens.
eRISK is a set of tools developed by our environmental exposures team that allow users to explore various exposure scenarios. Users can:
- compare the lifetime excess cancer risk (LECR) associated with various environmental exposures, and
- use local data to see how the risk indicators might differ from the national levels.
Two versions of eRISK are available:
eRISK Access is the previous version of this tool. Please contact email@example.com to request a copy and note that you will need Microsoft Access 2007 or 2010 installed on your computer to use it.
eRISK Online is an interactive, web-based version with a built-in comparison function.
CAREX Canada’s package 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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The CAREX Canada team offers two regular newsletters: the biannual e-Bulletin summarizing information on upcoming webinars, new publications, and updates to estimates and tools; and the monthly Carcinogens in the News, a digest of media articles, government reports, and academic literature related to the carcinogens we’ve classified as important for surveillance in Canada. Sign up for one or both of these newsletters below.