Injury from poisoning exists under several Injury Intents: unintentional (accidental), intentional self-harm, assault, undetermined and adverse effect and underdosing. Only injuries in the first four categories are reported here combined.
The data show rates per 100,000 people in order to standardize between areas with different population levels. Except for age specific rates, we use age-adjusted rates because they take into account where one age group dominates a population and thus are more representative. We use diagnosis by hospital records for non-fatal injury and cause of death from death certificates for fatal injury information.
The Legislature is providing information free of charge to all interested parties through the use of Web Services. Web Services provide a mechanism allowing agencies, interest groups, and the general public to obtain real-time legislative information for their in-house applications, regardless of the development language and operating platform. Web Services are based on widely accepted standards which foster integration and communication between systems.
The Legislature is providing the following information: Amendments, Committees, Committee Actions, Committee Meetings, Documents, Legislation, Statute Affected, Session Law, Sponsors
These tools from Department of Licensing and Department of Revenue allow users to find out the following about a business:
If we've issued a professional license to a person or business.
If their license is active.
When their license expires.
If they have professional license violations.
You can search by:
Type of license
Location — Note: Some professional licenses don't list a street address and may not show up if you search just by location.
Covers data on bonds issued in Washington State since 2000
Search by issuer name, user name, or date range
Many official statements and bond covenants for bonds issued since 2008 can be viewed and downloaded
No password required
The FIS report is one of several sources of information that support OFM’s responsibilities for leased and owned facilities. Other examples include capital and operating budget development, six-year strategic facilities planning, and various facilities oversight analysis and reporting functions. The FIS report serves as Washington state’s primary facilities database.
Annual FIS reports summarizing the information contained in the inventory will be published by October 1 of each year and submitted to the appropriate fiscal committees of the Legislature.
Local county health departments inspect restaurants and other retail food service establishments to make sure that employees follow safe food handling practices and have adequate kitchen facilities. Keep in mind, inspection reports are snapshots of the food handling at the establishment at the time of inspection – conditions may be different when you visit.
Research on state and local pension plans and the retirement prospects of those members. Comprehensive data on state and local pensions and retiree health benefits. These data, covering both defined benefit and defined contribution plans, are updated regularly and have been expanded over time.