To protect and promote the health and environment of Texas through the prevention and control of adverse health and environmental effects related to toxic substances and harmful agents. This is accomplished through interagency coordination of regulation development, risk assessments, cooperative studies, information dissemination, and public education efforts.
The Toxic Substances Coordinating Committee (TSCC) was created in 1987 by an act of the 70th Texas Legislature, SB 537, Sec. 2(h) of the Health Risk Assessment Act. The purpose of the TSCC is to coordinate communication among member agencies concerning each agency's efforts to regulate toxic substances and harmful physical agents.The following State Agencies participate on the Toxic Substances Coordinating Committee (TSCC). You may click the agency logo to learn more about that agency's role with the TSCC:
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Last updated on 2/18/2014