One size fits all? Australian regulation of nanoparticle exposure in the workplace.

@article{Ludlow2007OneSF,
  title={One size fits all? Australian regulation of nanoparticle exposure in the workplace.},
  author={Karinne Ludlow},
  journal={Journal of law and medicine},
  year={2007},
  volume={15 1},
  pages={136-52}
}
Nanoparticles (NPs) are a relative newcomer to the Australian workplace. Available scientific data suggest that exposure to some NPs may have serious health consequences, in at least one case being similar to the effects of asbestos. This article explains what NPs are and the possible health effects of exposure to them. The adequacy of Australian regulation of NP exposure in the workplace is then examined. It finds that current Australian regulation of workplace dangers from chemical exposure… CONTINUE READING

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