||Seven Cardinal Rules of Risk Communication
||Risk communication is the process of informing people about the hazards of a site. The purpose of risk communication is to help residents of affected communities to: understand risk assessment and risk management; form scientifically valid perceptions of the likely hazards; and participate in making decisions about how risk should be managed. The process of informing people about site hazards is a two-way conversation in which the site team informs and is informed by affected community members. This tool contains techniques for effectively communicating risk to the public.
||Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
||Estados Unidos da América
||Vicent T. Covello and Frederik W. Allen