Global Risk Resources

TERA provides a variety of risk resources and training programs through its Global Outreach Program. The International Toxicity Estimates for Risk (ITER)database provide you with a "one stop shop" for chronic human health risk values and a portal for in progress human health risk assessment work, respectively. Through our "Dose Response Boot Camp" course, you learn how to derive and evaluate risk values like the experts. State and tribal agencies can obtain up to 10 free hours of risk assessment support through our StateHELP program. And, any organization can work with the Alliance for Risk Assessment (ARA) to help improve the efficiency of risk assessment through collaboration. We here to provide the resources you need to get you risk assessment work done efficiently and with the latest science.



Global Risk Reources

International Toxicity Estimates for Risk

ITER is a free Internet database of chronic human health risk values and cancer classifications for over 650 chemicals from multiple organizations worldwide...Learn more

Alliance for Risk Assessment

TERA is a proud member of the Alliance for Risk Assessment, a collaborative effort of organizations dedicated to supporting public health protection by improving the process and efficiency of risk assessment. Given a limited supply of time, resources, and know-how, public health protection is an effort that requires cooperation, organization, and prioritization. The Alliance aims to help

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Dose Response Boot Camp


This week-long, intensive, hands-on training in hazard characterization and dose-response assessment for human health risk assessments is based on our popular chemical risk assessment training sessions developed and presented to various audiences over the past decade.  It is designed to provide systematic training in current assessment practices as well as in the latest methods in human health chemical risk assessments.  The course is for beginners and experienced ...Learn more.




The StateHELP (Hazard Evaluation Lending Program) allows states to receive up to 10 hours annually of technical support from experienced risk assessment scientists free of charge. 


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