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410 ILCS 525/6

    (410 ILCS 525/6) (from Ch. 111 1/2, par. 6706)
    Sec. 6. (a) No later than January 1, 1985, the Department shall commence the work necessary to compile the information which will constitute the Health and Hazardous Substances Registry. The Registry shall consist of the compilation of information in the following categories:
    (i) adverse pregnancy outcomes;
    (ii) cancer incidences;
    (iii) occupational diseases;
    (iv) location, transportation, and exposure to hazardous nuclear materials;
    (v) company profiles; and
    (vi) hazardous substances incidents.
    The Department, pursuant to any guidelines established by the Council, shall promulgate rules or regulations specifying the types of information in each category which will be compiled for the Registry. Such information shall be compiled in the Registry in such a manner as to allow for geographical correlation of the data on public health and the data on hazardous substances and hazardous nuclear materials. To the extent feasible, the Registry shall be compatible with other national models of such type so as to facilitate the coordination of information with other data bases.
(Source: P.A. 83-1361.)