Accommodation and Compliance Series: Employees with Multiple Chemical Sensitivities and Environmental Illness – by the Job Accommodation Network

Accommodation Ideas for Multiple Chemical Sensitivity or Environmental Illness – by the Job Accommodation Network

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

ADA Information Line 800.514.0301 (voice) 800.514.0383 (TTY)

ADA Information Centers 800.949.4232 (will be directed to closest office in your area)

ADA – Overview of the Americans with Disabilities Act ADA&IT Technical Assistance Centers. US Dept of Education – NIDRR. ADA Document Portal. The ADA has the following five titles:

Title I

    – Employment (all Title II employers and private employers with 15 or more employees)

Title II

    – Public Services (state and local government including public school districts and public transportation)

Title III

    – Public Accommodations and Services Operated by Private Entities

Title IV

    – Telecommunications

Title V

    – Miscellaneous Provisions

ADA – Questions and Answers U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. U.S. Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division.

ADA – A Guide to Disability Rights Laws U.S. Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division. Disability Rights Section.

ADA Public Accommodation Brochure by Christiane Tourtet B.A. Founder/President of International MCS Awareness

Campaign for Fragrance Free Health Care in the U.S.

Employees with Multiple Chemical Sensitivities and Environmental Illness – Accommodation and Compliance Series by Job Accommodation Network

Federal Access Board Finally Takes On MCS

Former DJ Wins Lawsuit Against Employer Over Perfume Allergy by Detroit Free Press

Health Care Without Harm

Healthy Choices: Transforming Our Hospitals into Environmentally Healthy and Safe PlacesNursing World

Hospitalization for the Chemically Sensitive Person

IEQ Indoor Environmental Quality Project The US Access Board (The Architectural and Transportation Barriers Compliance Board) contracted with the National Institute of Building Sciences (NIBS) to establish this Indoor Environmental Quality Project

Report on Indoor Environmental Quality Released

MCS Legal Help – Michael Walkup

No Scents Makes Sense Workplace Pamphlet from the New Brunswick Lung Association

Recognition of MCS as a Legitimate Disease and/or Disability

Scent-Free Policy for the Workplace – Example Policy from CCOHS

Sensitivity training: Multiple chemical sensitivity and the ADA

Sources of Indoor Air Pollution – Organic Gases (Volatile Organic Compounds – VOCs)

Synthetic Fragrance and Health by Peggy Wolff

Toxic Brain Encephalopathy or “Brain Fog” and ADA by Dr. Sherry Rogers

United States Access Board’s No Fragrance Policy

US Dept of Education on MCS

Understanding & Accommodating People with Multiple Chemical Sensitivity in Independent Living

We Share the Air Posters – Office of Environmental Health and Safety (Canada)