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Aide au choix de substances prioritaires en santé environnementale

Abstract : Identifying and ranking substances of concern is a complex task: the notion of substance of concern has a different meaning depending on regulations, public policies, existing ranking exercises or individual opinions. The choice of priority substances is generally supported by orders of substances constructed on an expert opinion. The process suggests providing, in addition, orders of substances elaborated on the basis of views identified among other people involved in the decision process: groups of decision makers, stakeholders, people from civil society, etc. This process advises using participatory multi-criteria methods. These methods give structure to the participatory approach, they make explicit the underlying logic of each generated order and they can be adapted to the available data. The process can adapt to any type of context and ranking objective. An application conducted in 2012, to support the choice of the priority substances of the future French Environmental Health National Action Plan (PNSE3), illustrate the process.
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Céline Boudet, Jean-Marc Brignon, Guillaume Karr, Martine Ramel, Anne-Christine Le Gall, et al.. Aide au choix de substances prioritaires en santé environnementale. Rapport Scientifique INERIS, 2014, 2013-2014, pp.50-51. ⟨ineris-01869506⟩



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