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close this bookConducting Environmental Impact Assessment in Developing Countries (United Nations University, 1999, 375 p.)
close this folder9. Emerging developments in EIA
close this folder9.5 Environmental health impact assessment
close this folder9.5.2 Potential methodologies and approaches for addressing health impacts
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View the document9.5.2.1 Adapt EIA study activities
View the document9.5.2.2 Integrate health impacts into EIA
View the document9.5.2.3 Use a targeted approach
View the document9.5.2.4 Probabilistic risk assessment Adapt EIA study activities

Adapt the typical activities in an EIA study (listed below) to systematically include attention to health impacts.

(i) Preparation of description of projects.
(ii) Review and analysis of pertinent institutional information.
(iii) Identification of impacts.
(iv) Description of effected environment.
(v) Predictions of impacts.
(vi) Interpretation of predicted impacts.
(vii) Identification and evaluation of mitigation measures.
(viii) Selection of proposed action.
(ix) Written documentation.
(x) Monitoring of environmental impacts.