New York State Hazardous Substances Emergency Events Surveillance Project (HSEES)
Written Outreach Materials, 2000-Present
Hazardous Substances Emergency Events Surveillance, Cumulative Report, 1998-2001. 2002. Bureau of Toxic Substance Assessment, New York State Department of Health. Troy, New York. To receive a copy of this report, please call staff at (518) 402-7810 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Anderson, A. R., W. L. Welles, J. Drew, and M. F. Orr. 2014. The Distribution and Public Health Consequences of Releases of Chemicals Intended for Pool Use in 17 States, 2001-2009. Journal of Environmental Health 76 (9): 10-15.
Ruckart, P. Z., A. R. Anderson, and W. L. Welles. 2012. Using Chemical Release Surveillance Data to Evaluate the Public Health Impacts of Chlorine and Its Alternatives. Journal of Environmental Protection 3 (12): 1607-1614.
Welles, W.L., R.E. Wilburn, J.K. Ehrlich and J.M. Kamara. 2009. New York Hazardous Substance Emergency Events Surveillance (HSEES) Data Support Emergency Response, Promoting Safety and Protect Public Health. J. Loss Prevention in the Process Industries 22:728-734.
Welles, W.L. and R.E. Wilburn. 2009. Expect the Unexpected and Prevent Firefighter Injuries in Haz-Mat Events. SIZE UP Issue 1: 44-49.
Welles, W.L. and R.E. Wilburn. 2008. Breathe Easy: Preventing Firefighter Injuries in Hazmat Events. SIZE UP Issue 2: 32-36.
Welles, W.L., R.E. Wilburn, J.K. Ehrlich and C.M. Floridia. 2004. New York hazardous substances emergency events surveillance: Learning from hazardous substances releases to improve safety. J. Hazardous Materials 115: 39-49.