How can the public become involved with Biomonitoring California?
Public input is critical to the implementation of Biomonitoring California. Opportunities to provide input on different aspects of implementation, including selecting chemicals to be measured, will be available at public meetings and workshops, Scientific Guidance Panel meetings, and via internet-based surveys.
Here’s how you can learn more about Biomonitoring California activities:
- Visit the Biomonitoring California website.
- Subscribe to the free biomonitoring listserv. Subscribers will receive e-mail notifications about Program updates and opportunities to participate in the implementation of the Program, including public meetings, workshop announcements, and other calls for public participation.
- Attend Scientific Guidance Panel meetings. You can attend in-person or via the web. There will be opportunities to ask questions and provide comments at the meetings and via e-mail.
- Participate in public meetings, workshops, and teleconferences on specific topics. These will be announced via the Program website and the biomonitoring listserv.
If you do not have easy access to e-mail and would like to be informed about the Program by regular mail, please send your name, address, and phone number to: Biomonitoring California, OEHHA, 1515 Clay Street, 16th floor, Oakland, CA 94612, or call 510-622-3190.
If you have additional questions about this program, please contact the Biomonitoring California staff at the following e-mail address: email@example.com