Following is a list of freeware that provides tools for investigating and removing workplace and residential hazards. Before you access any software or apps, please read our disclaimer and permissions page if you haven't already done so.

Adult Lead Model (ALM) (for Excel)
By US Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response. Assesses risks associated with non-residential adult exposures to lead in soil.

Adult Lead Model (ALM) (for Lotus)
By US Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response. Assesses risks associated with non-residential adult exposures to lead in soil.

Asbestos Advisor (for Windows)
By US Occupational Safety and Health Administration. For building owners, managers and lessees, as well as for contractors of building renovation, maintenance, and housekeeping services. The advisor interviews you about a building and writes a report on your responsibilities under the Asbestos rules.

CSB Video Archive
By US Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board (CSB). Safety videos from the CSB including videos about accidents.

Environment Monitor App
By Outsourcing Partner. This Android app measures sound intensity (dB scale with a digital display and LEDs in different colors).

EPA Fugitives
By US Environmental Protection Agency. Identifies fugitives sought by the EPA's Criminal Investigation Division.

EPA Model Lead-Based Paint Abatement Worker Training Course
By US Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Pollution Prevention and Toxics (OPPT). Many common renovation, remodeling, and painting (R&R) activities in homes with lead-based paint can create hazardous amounts of lead in dust and debris. In an effort to help control these hazards EPA has developed these course materials which provides strategies to reduce or eliminate the creation of hazards during R&R activities that disturb leaded paint. Available in English and Spanish versions. For each language, there are three documents: the instructor manual (in PDF format), the student manual (in PDF format), and the overheads (in MS PowerPoint format).

Indoor Air Quality Building Education and Assessment Model (I-BEAM)
By US Environmental Protection Agency. I-BEAM is computer software for use by building professionals and others interested in indoor air quality (IAQ) in commercial buildings. The software provides guidance for managing IAQ in commercial buildings using a combination of text, animation/visual aides, and interactive/calculation components. It can be used to conduct an IAQ audit, diagnose and resolve IAQ-related health problems, establish an IAQ management and maintenance program, calculate costs, and more.

Industrial Waste Air Model (IWAIR)
By US Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Solid Waste. Evaluates inhalation risk and estimates whether specific wastes and management practices may pose an unacceptable risk to human health.

Integrated Exposure Uptake Biokinetic Model for Lead in Children (IEUBK)
By US Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response. Attempts to predict blood-lead concentrations (PbBs) for children exposed to lead in their environment. The model allows the user to input relevant absorption parameters (e.g., the fraction of lead absorbed from water) as well as intake and exposure rates.

Johnson and Ettinger Model for Subsurface Vapor Intrusion into Buildings
By US Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response. A series of models for estimating indoor air concentrations and associated health risks from subsurface vapor intrusion into buildings.

MCCEM (Multi-Chamber Concentration And Exposure Model)
By US Environmental Protection Agency. MCCEM estimates average and peak indoor air concentrations of chemicals released from products or materials in houses, apartments, townhouses, or other residences as well as inhalation exposures to these chemicals. The data libraries contained in MCCEM are limited to residential settings. However, the model can be used to assess other indoor environments (e.g. schools, offices) if the user can supply the necessary inputs.

OSHA Hazard Awareness Advisor (download)
By US Occupational Safety and Health Administration. Helps users, particularly small businesses, to identify and understand common occupational safety and health hazards in their work places. From the user's answers to questions, it prepares a customized report that briefly describes the likely hazards and the OSHA standards which address those hazards.

OSHA Hazard Awareness Advisor (online)
By US Occupational Safety and Health Administration. Helps users, particularly small businesses, to identify and understand common occupational safety and health hazards in their work places. From the user's answers to questions, it prepares a customized report that briefly describes the likely hazards and the OSHA standards which address those hazards.

STELLAR: Systematic Tracking of Elevated Lead Levels and Remediation
By US Center for Disease Control (CDC). A software application provided to State and local Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Programs (CLPPPs) with a practical means of tracking medical and environmental activities in lead poisoning cases. The intent of this application is to provide an electronic means of addressing the data that Programs receive from labs, providers, clinics and case management professionals.

The Consumer Guide to Toxic Chemicals in Toys
By Ecology Center. HealthyToys.org includes test results for more than 5,000 toys and children's products. The site is a first step in providing parents, grandparents, and others who care about children with the information they need to make better choices when purchasing toys and other children's products.

US EPA Johnson & Ettinger Models (with California Health Criteria) (Groundwater Contamination)
By California Department of Toxic Substances Control. Estimates human health risks from subsurface vapor intrusion into buildings. Incorporates human health criteria specific to California, as developed by the Cal/EPA Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA).

US EPA Johnson & Ettinger Models (with California Health Criteria) (Soil Gas Contamination)
By California Department of Toxic Substances Control. Estimates human health risks from subsurface vapor intrusion into buildings. Incorporates human health criteria specific to California, as developed by the Cal/EPA Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA).

WPEM (Wall Paint Exposure Assessment Model)
By US Environmental Protection Agency. The Wall Paints Exposure Assessment Model estimates the potential exposure of consumers and workers to the chemicals emitted from wall paint which is applied using a roller or a brush.

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