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'Stoffenmanager', a web-based control banding tool using an exposure process model.
In the scope of a Dutch programme to reinforce the working conditions policy on hazardous substances, an internet-based tool was developed to help small- and medium-sized companies to handleExpand
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Conceptual model for assessment of inhalation exposure to manufactured nanoparticles
As workplace air measurements of manufactured nanoparticles are relatively expensive to conduct, models can be helpful for a first tier assessment of exposure. A conceptual model was developed toExpand
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Cross-validation and refinement of the Stoffenmanager as a first tier exposure assessment tool for REACH
Objectives For regulatory risk assessment under REACH a tiered approach is proposed in which the first tier models should provide a conservative exposure estimate that can discriminate betweenExpand
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Advanced Reach Tool (ART): development of the mechanistic model.
This paper describes the development of the mechanistic model within a collaborative project, referred to as the Advanced REACH Tool (ART) project, to develop a tool to model inhalation exposure forExpand
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Harmonization of measurement strategies for exposure to manufactured nano-objects; report of a workshop.
The present paper summarizes the outcome of the discussions at the First International Scientific Workshop on Harmonization of Strategies to Measure and Analyze Exposure to (Manufactured)Expand
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Stoffenmanager Nano version 1.0: a web-based tool for risk prioritization of airborne manufactured nano objects.
Stoffenmanager Nano (version 1.0) is a risk-banding tool developed for employers and employees to prioritize health risks occurring as a result of exposure to manufactured nano objects (MNOs) for aExpand
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Use of the MEGA exposure database for the validation of the Stoffenmanager model.
OBJECTIVES This paper explores the usefulness of the exposure database MEGA for model validation and evaluates the capability of two Stoffenmanager model equations (i.e. handling of powders/granulesExpand
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Individual-based and group-based occupational exposure assessment: some equations to evaluate different strategies.
Basically, two strategies can be considered for the analysis of hazardous pollutants in the work environment: group-based and individual-based strategies. This paper provides existing and recentlyExpand
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Stoffenmanager exposure model: development of a quantitative algorithm.
In The Netherlands, the web-based tool called 'Stoffenmanager' was initially developed to assist small- and medium-sized enterprises to prioritize and control risks of handling chemical products inExpand
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REACH, non-testing approaches and the urgent need for a change in mind set.
The objectives of REACH cannot be achieved under the current risk assessment approach. A change in mind set among all the relevant stakeholders is needed: risk assessment should move away from aExpand
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