2 edition of ordering of the NIOSH suspected carcinogens list based only on data contained in the list. found in the catalog.
ordering of the NIOSH suspected carcinogens list based only on data contained in the list.
United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Toxic Substances.
by Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Toxic Substances in Washington
Written in English
Prepared in part under contract 68-01-3255, task 3.
|Series||EPA ; 560/1-76-003, EPA (Series) -- 560/1-76-003.|
|Contributions||National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 432 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||432|
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AN ORDERING OF THE NIOSH SUSPECTED CARCINOGENS LIST In June,the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) published a document entitled Suspected Carcinogens, A Subfile of the NIOSH Toxic Substances List which presented data on.
ABSTRACT Building on an earlier EPA report entitled "On Ordering of the NIOSH Suspected ' Carcinogens List Based Only on Data Contained in the List" (EPA /), the present document represents the second OTS effort to arrange the substances presented in the NIOSH Suspected Carcinogens Subfile in a meaningful and useful way for EPA purposes.
An ordering of the NIOSH suspected carcinogens list based only on data contained in the list Instantiates. An ordering of the NIOSH suspected carcinogens list based only on data contained in the list; Publication.
Washington, Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Toxic Substances, ; Note Prepared in part under contracttask 3. The objectives of this edition is to list in one place (1) all chemicals identified as having carcinogenic activity as reported in the literature, (2) meet general information needed on potential chemical carcinogens and (3) provide documentation in support of the suspected carcinogens list published by NIOSH in the Federal Register.
Under the new policy, NIOSH will also recommend the complete range of respirators (as determined by the NIOSH Respirator Decision Logic) for carcinogens with quantitative RELs. In this way, respirators will be consistently recommended regardless of whether a substance is a carcinogen or a non-carcinogen.
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This effort has spanned more than 40 years. In this current document, the policy by which NIOSH classifies chemicals as carcinogens, identifies control levels, and addresses analytical feasibility is being updated because of advances in science and with the intent of providing transparent guidance on how NIOSH assesses and addresses cancer risks.
NIOSH Chemical Carcinogen Policy when the data permit, and (2) set a risk management limit for carcinogens (RML-CA). When data permit NIOSH to complete a quantitative risk assessment (QRA), NIOSH will use the results of the QRA to perform both tasks.
NIOSH will no longer use the term REL for occupational carcinogens. Instead, NIOSH will use the File Size: 2MB. An ordering of the NIOSH Suspected carcinogens list, based only on data contained in the list.
Ordering of the NIOSH Suspected carcinogens list, based only on data contained in the list. Washington: Office of Toxic Substances, Environmental Protection Agency, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: United States.
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