Chemically Injured Registry of Washington State
Bonnye Matthews, 17402 Sixth Ave. SW, Seattle, WA 98166.
Washington Toxics Coalition
4516 University Way NE, Seattle, WA 98105, (206) 632-1545.
MCS Support Groups
Boeing: Faye Schrum - 271-1297
S. King County: Carol Chenaur - 946-4750
S. Puget Sound: Barbara Baker - 426-1361
Olympia Penin.: Jack Gummer - 385-3572
(all numbers are 206- or 360-)
A new magazine about chemicals in the workplace and the environment, and how they affect people. P.O. Box 935, Williston, ND 58802-0935.
Washington Committee For Occupational Safety & Health (WASHCOSH)
An organization that works with local labor unions to emphasize preventive safety and health measures in the workplace. Develops training programs and holds seminars. (206) 767-7426.
A computerized reference and abstract system for locating medical articles. Available at the University of Washington's Health Sciences Library.
OUR TOXIC TIMES
A national newsletter about chemical sensitivity. The editor, Cynthia Wilson, also runs the Chemical Injury Information Network. PO Box 301, White Sulpher Springs, MT 59645, (406) 547-2255
Rachel's Hazardous Waste News
A weekly newsletter focusing on environmental health. Published by the Environmental Research Foundation, PO Box 5036, Annapolis, MD 21403-7036, (410) 263-1584.
On April 28, as part of Worker's Memorial Day, chemically injured workers plan to march on the Department of Labor and Industries building in Tumwater.