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​APHL strengthens the analytical capability and testing capacity of governmental laboratories that detect hazardous contaminants in people and the environment.

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Emergency Responsehttps://www.aphl.org/programs/environmental_health/Lists/Highlighted Content/DispForm.aspx?ID=9Emergency Response<img alt="" src="/PublishingImages/EH-emergency-flood.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />https://www.aphl.org/programs/environmental_health/Pages/Emergency-Response.aspx, https://www.aphl.org/programs/environmental_health/Pages/Emergency-Response.aspx
Environmental Monitoringhttps://www.aphl.org/programs/environmental_health/Lists/Highlighted Content/DispForm.aspx?ID=1Environmental Monitoring<img alt="" src="/PublishingImages/EH-Environmental-Monitoring-water.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />https://www.aphl.org/programs/environmental_health/Pages/Evironmental-Monitoring.aspx, https://www.aphl.org/programs/environmental_health/Pages/Evironmental-Monitoring.aspx
Biomonitoringhttps://www.aphl.org/programs/environmental_health/Lists/Highlighted Content/DispForm.aspx?ID=2Biomonitoring<img alt="" src="/programs/environmental_health/PublishingImages/EHLiangBevanToxicTest.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />https://www.aphl.org/programs/environmental_health/nbn/Pages/default.aspx, https://www.aphl.org/programs/environmental_health/nbn/Pages/default.aspx

 

 

Private Well Water Sampling and Testing Guidehttps://www.aphl.org/aboutAPHL/publications/Documents/EH-Nov2019-Private-Well-Water-Testing-Guide.pdfPrivate Well Water Sampling and Testing GuideA resource for public health laboratories that are conducting sampling and testing of private well water.
Fentanyl Safety for Public Health Laboratorieshttps://www.aphl.org/aboutAPHL/publications/Documents/EH-2020-Fentanyl-Stafety.pdfFentanyl Safety for Public Health LaboratoriesThis document outlines potential hazards and appropriate controls to eliminate or minimize risk of fentanyl exposure for public health laboratory personnel conducting opioids testing or biosurveillance.
Model Opioids Biosurveillance Strategyhttps://www.aphl.org/aboutAPHL/publications/Documents/EH-2020-Opioid-Biosurveillance-Strategy.pdfModel Opioids Biosurveillance StrategyGuidance for public health agencies interested in developing and implementing an effective and impactful opioids biosurveillance program in their jurisdiction.
NBN Harmonization Strategyhttps://www.aphl.org/aboutAPHL/publications/Documents/EH-2020-NBN-Harmonization.pdfNBN Harmonization StrategyStrategies for ensuring laboratory measurements, and therefore data, are comparable across the National Biomonitoring Network.

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