The LifeLine Group: applying and advancing exposure, risk, and benefit assessment to populations, including communities, workers, and others affected by contaminants, nutrients, or other substances in the environment.


We do this through:

-Working with local, state, provincial, federal and international organizations, non-government organizations, individual corporations and industry associations, the scientific community, and others, to conduct exposure, risk and benefit assessments.

-Creating, applying, and making software freely available to conduct probabilistic exposure, risk and benefit assessments.

-Training risk assessors and decision-makers to use exposure, risk, and benefit assessment tools to find solutions for regulatory, public health and occupational health issues, and for priority setting.

-Assisting with application of software and other tools, and interpretation and translation of software output.

-Collaborating to secure resources, design approaches, and succeed in outreach and communication ventures.