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Global Collaborative Initiative Expands Training Efforts
The World Health Organization (WHO) Chemical Risk Assessment Network is preparing to launch the Community of Trainers (CoT), an initiative to expand training capacity and information sharing that will improve risk assessment of chemicals and hazardous materials, especially for developing countries.

Participating members of the WHO Chemical Risk Assessment Network Training Working Group pose together at the Institute of Environmental Medicine at Karolinska Institute in Stockholm
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