Exposure Risk Assessment: Production to Pressroom

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Document ID: 
200003
Author(s): 
Natasha Hausler Banke
Year: 
2020
Pages: 
11

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Abstract

In a regulatory climate which undergoes continual changes, manufacturers are presented with the dilemma on how to respond efficiently to reclassifications of UV ink raw materials. The reclassification of PI369, as a reproductive toxin and subsequently updated by the European Union as a Substances of Very High Concern, illuminates a situation where the focus of the regulatory climate is largely centered around the hazards of raw materials rather than risk and exposure. The current paper evaluates the misting exposure in a production facility, a proof of concept inkometer study and at a printing facility.

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