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Risk Characterization Documents (RCDs) estimate the nature and likelihood of adverse health effects in humans who may be exposed to pesticides.

  • Toxic Air Contaminant (TAC) Assessment
    • August 2008 – Director's Proposed Decision (PDF)
    • August 2008 – Scientific Review Panel's Findings (PDF)
    • June 2008 – Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment's Findings (PDF)
    • May 2008 – Executive Summary (PDF)
    • August 2008 – Volume I: Health Risk Assessment (PDF)
    • May 2008 – Volume II: Exposure Assessment (PDF)
    • May 2008 – Volume III: Environmental Fate (PDF)

Other Documents

  • January 2008 – Request for Worker Health and Safety Study on Residue Transfer from Insecticidal Cattle Ear Tags (PDF)
  • January 2008 – Health-Protective Estimates of Seasonal and Annual Reentry Exposure to Endosulfan: Typical Reentry Days (PDF)
  • September 2002 – Endosulfan Reregistration Eligibility Decision, Mitigation Measures Proposed for Occupational Exposure (PDF)
  • September 2002 – Endosulfan Exposure Estimates in Draft Exposure Assessment Document (11-2-2001) and Reregistration Eligibility Decision (PDF)
  • May 1998 – Report for the Air Monitoring of Endosulfan In Fresno County (Ambient) and in San Joaquin County (Application) (PDF)
    • Appendices (PDF)
  • February 1988 – A General Survey of Foliar Pesticide Residues and Air Concentration Levels Following Various Greenhouse Applications (PDF)
  • November 1987 – A Study to Establish Degradation Profiles for Six Pesticides (Triforine, Endosulfan, Chlorothalonil, Sulfotep, Dodemorph Acetate, and Daminozide) Used on Ornamental Foliage in San Diego County California During Fall 1986 (PDF)
  • December 1985 – Monterey County Residential Air Monitoring (PDF)
  • May 1985 – A Degradation Study of Dislodgeable Endosulfan (Thiodan) Residues on Row Crops in Fresno and San Luis Obispo Counties During June 1984 (PDF)
  • March 1985 – Degradation of Dislodgeable Foliar Residues of Endosulfan on Chinese Cabbage (PDF)
  • March 1977 – Decay of Endosulfan (Thiodan) Residue on Leaves of Strawberry Plants in Monterey County, California (PDF)
  • July 1976 – A Study of the Decay Rates of Ethyl-methyl Parathion and Endosulfan Applied as a Foliar Spray to a Tomato Field in the Sacramento Valley of California (PDF)
  • June 1976 – Endosulfan Residue on the Outer Leaves of Head Lettuce in Imperial County, California (PDF)

For document retrieval, please submit a request at our Public Records Portal (NextRequest).

For content questions, contact:

Christine Herrera
Worker Health and Safety Branch
1001 I Street, P.O. Box 4015
Sacramento, CA 95812-4015
Phone: (916) 445-4261

Brenna McNabb
Pesticide Registration Branch
1001 I Street, P.O. Box 4015
Sacramento, CA 95812-4015
Phone: (916) 445-0179