FreeTextSearch
 
search Change language (Se den danske version af denne side)
 
 
 

Dermal Exposure Assessment Strategies – DRESS

Characterising the nature of dermal exposure from consumer products and articles

The use of chemicals in consumer products has been, and still is, of great societal importance. The European chemical industry and multiple sector organizations has for a long time been pro-active in identifying potential consumer health risks, and where needed assisting industry in reducing those risks due to exposure of chemicals present in or released by consumer product.

In our experience estimating realistic dermal consumer exposure is still difficult. On the one hand, dermal exposure is often difficult to assess by direct measurements because of the complexity of dermal exposure processes and lack of standardized methods (CEN 2005). On the other hand, there is for some products a lack of appropriate models featuring realistic exposure estimates from the use of consumer products and articles.

The main objective of this study is to generate good data that enables better estimations to be made of the true nature of dermal exposures.

Read more about the project here on the website.

 07.03.2016
Contact: Per Axel Clausen
 
 
 
 

National Research Centre for the Working Environment | Lersø Parkallé 105 | DK-2100 Copenhagen O | Denmark |

Phone +45 3916 5200 | fax +45 3916 5201 | e-mail: nfa@arbejdsmiljoforskning.dk | CVR: 15413700 | EAN: 5798000399518

Vis desktop version
|WEBSITET ANVENDER COOKIES TIL AT HUSKE DIG OG DINE INDSTILLINGER.| Læs mere her