HIA in Australia
This chapter discusses health impact assessment (HIA) in Australia. In Australia, HIA is ‘the process of estimating the potential impact of a chemical, biological, physical, or social agent on a specified human population under a specified set of conditions and for a certain time frame’. Both the state and Commonwealth governments conduct HIA as part of environmental impact assessment (EIA).
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