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Haz-Map has been added to ExPub from EBSCO Publishing, a resource that provides up-to-date chemical hazard information for environmental health & safety professionals. Haz-Map is designed to provide information about the health effects of exposure to chemicals and biological agents in the workplace.
Haz-Map is said to reference hundreds of resources and link jobs and hazardous job tasks with occupational diseases and their symptoms. It contains profiles on thousands of chemicals—focusing on uses, adverse effects, and other information needed for exposure assessment. Each chemical is linked to associated industrial processes and non-occupational activities. They are also linked to any of the 225 occupational diseases in the database in which a causal relationship has been established.