Default values for assessment of potential dermal exposure of the hands to industrial chemicals in the scope of regulatory risk assessments.

@article{Marquart2006DefaultVF,
  title={Default values for assessment of potential dermal exposure of the hands to industrial chemicals in the scope of regulatory risk assessments.},
  author={Hans Marquart and Nicholas D. Warren and Juha Laitinen and Joop J van Hemmen},
  journal={The Annals of occupational hygiene},
  year={2006},
  volume={50 5},
  pages={469-89}
}
Dermal exposure needs to be addressed in regulatory risk assessment of chemicals. The models used so far are based on very limited data. The EU project RISKOFDERM has gathered a large number of new measurements on dermal exposure to industrial chemicals in various work situations, together with information on possible determinants of exposure. These data and information, together with some non-RISKOFDERM data were used to derive default values for potential dermal exposure of the hands for so… CONTINUE READING

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