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EC number: 201-162-7
CAS number: 78-96-6
In a questioning after a written request of a representative of
employees to NIOSH, monoisopropanolamine (MIPA) and titaniurn dioxide
(TiO2) in the milling department of a large plant producing TiO2 were
investigated for its hazard potential.
MIPA represented a definite cutaneous hazard upon direct contact with
the skin to those workmen failing to utilize proper protective equipment
(direct contact). Five individuals of 15 questioned employees
experienced an irritant contact dermatitis after direct skin exposure to
MIPA. Most employees working with the substance recognized irritant
effects when not wearing appropriate protective clothing at the time of
Irritation of the upper respiratory tract and eye irritation were noted
by another rindividual.
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