The Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment maintains e-mail lists (listservs) to provide notices of new developments for the programs listed below.
Please be aware that OEHHA is subject to the California Public Records Act and other laws that require the release of certain information upon request. If you sign up for a listserve, your name and e-mail may be provided to third parties. By signing up you are waiving any right to privacy you may have in the information you provide.
Notification when new information (excluding biomonitoring) is posted to the OEHHA Web site.
Information about the California Environmental Contaminant Biomonitoring Program (sign up at separate site)
Information on Environmental Justice at OEHHA and the CalEnviroScreen Project, including notices of CalEnviroScreen meetings and updates to reports, maps and data.
Information and updates on the indicators tracking how climate change in California and its impacts.
Information and updates on OEHHA’s efforts to incorporate the impacts of climate change on California’s tribes into the indicator report.
Information and advisories on safe fishing in California
The Northern California Oil Spill Alert listserv is intended for the general public, fishermen, government agencies, non-government agencies, and environmental groups as a means to get up-to-date information on fishing closures and fish and shellfish advisories that are issued following oil spills. The Northern California Spill Alerts cover the following counties: Del Norte, Humboldt, Mendocino, Sonoma, Marin, Napa, Solano, Contra Costa, Alameda, Santa Clara, Sacramento, San Joaquin, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Cruz, Monterey.
Proposition 65 regulatory information, changes to the list, or public meetings
Information and updates on Public Health Goals (PHGs). The PHG technical support documents provide information on the health effects of contaminants in drinking water.
The Southern California Oil Spill Alert listserv is intended for the general public, fishermen, government agencies, non-government agencies, and environmental groups as a means to get up-to-date information on fishing closures and fish and shellfish advisories that are issued following oil spills. The Southern California Spill Alerts cover the following counties: San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, Ventura, Los Angeles, Orange, San Diego.