Addressing psychosocial factors through capacity building :: H46-2/05-430E-PDF
a guide for managers of contaminated sites /
|Department/Agency||Healthy Environments and Consumer Safety Branch.|
|Title||Addressing psychosocial factors through capacity building :|
|Subtitle||a guide for managers of contaminated sites /|
|Other Language Editions||[French]|
|Electronic Document|| |
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|Note||"This guide will provide an introduction to understanding the psychosocial affects of individuals living and working near a contaminated site. In addition, this document will outline the community capacity approach to addressing these issues and provide strategies for building a successful public involvement plan. This guide has been designed to work in conjunction with the Health Canada guidance document, Improving Stakeholder Relationships: Public Involvement and Contaminated Sites."--Page 3 of 24, Foreword. The catalogue number (H46-2/05-430E) and ISBN (0-662-40894-2) for the print edition have been incorrectly copied in this electronic publication.|
|Number of Pages||24p.|
|Subject Terms||Pollution control|
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