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Reprotoxins that should be subject to limit values for workers’ exposure

Henning Wriedt (Occupational Health & Safety Advice Centre, Hamburg, Germany)

Publication date : 2016

Number of pages : 29

Author(s) :

Henning Wriedt (Occupational Health & Safety Advice Centre, Hamburg, Germany)

The objective of this project is the identification of substances toxic to reproduction (in short: reprotoxins) which are relevant for workers’ exposure via inhalation at a considerable number of workplaces in Europe and, thus, for which an indicative occupational exposure limit value (IOELV) under the Chemical Agents Directive (CAD) might be suggested.

Collection: 137
ETUI, Brussels, ISBN 978-2-87452-408-0, ISBN 978-2-87452-409-7 (pdf)

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