Quantitative risk assessment for a glass fiber insulation product.

@article{Fayerweather1997QuantitativeRA,
  title={Quantitative risk assessment for a glass fiber insulation product.},
  author={William E Fayerweather and Jean Bender and John G. Hadley and Walter Eastes},
  journal={Regulatory toxicology and pharmacology : RTP},
  year={1997},
  volume={25 2},
  pages={103-20}
}
California Proposition 65 (Prop65) provides a mechanism by which the manufacturer may perform a quantitative risk assessment to be used in determining the need for cancer warning labels. This paper presents a risk assessment under this regulation for professional and do-it-yourself insulation installers. It determines the level of insulation glass fiber exposure (specifically Owens Corning's R-25 PinkPlus with Miraflex) that, assuming a working lifetime exposure, poses no significant cancer… CONTINUE READING

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