Between 1998-2006, a total of 5,200 individuals with acute occupational
pesticide-related illness were identified by the eleven states
participating in the Sentinel Event Notification System for Occupational Risks (SENSOR)-Pesticides
program. To query these data, go to the 'Search Database'
Methods: Survey data
from 1998-2006 were obtained from the eleven states (AZ, CA, FL, IA,
LA, MI, NM, NY, OR, TX and WA) that conducted acute occupational pesticide-related
illness surveillance as part of the SENSOR program during those years. Data
were collected by these state programs using a standardized case
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Use the links to the right to explore the
database offerings and related sites. For more information about the
SENSOR-Pesticides program, please return to Pesticide
Illness and Injury Surveillance Topic Page.