Risk Assessment Of Nanomaterials At Work Place: Evaluation And Application Of Current Control Methods | 17633
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The manufacture and use of nanomaterials raises the same types of issues and questions relative to the potential impact
on human health presented by many new emerging technologies. Traditionally, industrial hygiene professionals rely on
the results of quantifiable human health risk assessments to develop and implement risk management programs. The general
role, concepts and tools of human health risk assessment remain relevant and operational in the evaluation of nanomaterial
risk; however, currently there are considerable gaps in our knowledge of the variables for quantifying risk assessment of
these materials. This research will focus on the issues and elements involved in developing risk assessment and identify and
characterize the major knowledge gaps. This research will focus on what is known about nanomaterial toxicity, exposure
assessment and hazard analyses, and discuss risk management decision-making when the information needed for quantitative
risk assessment is limited. This research will provide the industrial hygienist with the current state of risk assessment knowledge
on toxicity and exposure assessment of nanomaterials.
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