Toward a comprehensive framework for nanomaterials: An interdisciplinary assessment of the current Environmental Health and Safety Regulation regarding the handling of carbon nanotubes

By Caroline Burkhard Golin, Thomas Bougher, Anne Mallow, Baratunde Cola.  Journal of Chemical Health and Safety . 13 March 2013

This research finds that  a critical failure in the assessment and classification processes is the insufficient testing framework for classifying environmental health and safety (EHS) risk. In large part, this is due to relative novelty of the field but is also a result of the wide variety of new and …

Source:http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1871553213000273

March 19th, 2013 | Category: Evaluation of risks, Formation/ information about nanotechnology, Health & security at work, Management of nanotechnologies, Ne3ls analyse, Regulation, Strategic intelligence