Occupational exposure limits - Previous calls for comments and evidence

Occupational exposure limits - Previous calls for comments and evidence

Occupational exposure limits - Previous calls for comments and evidence

The listed calls for evidence concerning occupational exposure limits have already taken place and have now been closed. These calls were held to allow parties concerned to comment and to help ECHA’s Risk Assessment Committee in developing an opinion on scientific evaluation of occupational exposure limit(s).

The substances or chemical agents are listed in the table below together with information on the subject.

Calls for comments and evidence

 

There are currently no ongoing consultations.
 
1,4-dioxane 204-661-8 123-91-1 22/06/2021 Call for evidence on 1,4-dioxane related to scientific evaluation of exposure limits at the workplace.
Asbestos - - 02/06/2020 Call for evidence on asbestos and its properties related to scientific evaluation of exposure limits at the workplace.
Cadmium and its inorganic compounds - - 02/06/2020 Call for evidence on cadmium and its inorganic compounds and its properties related to scientific evaluation of exposure limits at the workplace.
Cobalt and inorganic cobalt compounds 231-158-0 7440-48-4 19/11/2021 Call for evidence on cobalt and inorganic cobalt compounds related to scientific evaluation of exposure limits at the workplace.
Diisocyanates - - 30/06/2019 Call for evidence on diisocyanates and its properties related to scientific evaluation of health-based exposure limits at the workplace.
Isoprene 201-143-3 78-79-5 13/07/2021 Call for evidence on isoprene related to scientific evaluation of exposure limits at the workplace.
Lead and its compounds - - 30/06/2019 Call for evidence on lead and its compounds and its properties related to scientific evaluation of health-based exposure limits at the workplace.
Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons - - 03/09/2021 Call for evidence on Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) for relevant data on monitoring approaches and in relation to scientific evaluation of exposure limits at the workplace.
Welding fumes and fumes from other processes such as plasma cutting and air carbon arc gouging that generate fume in a way that is similar to welding (hereafter referred to as Welding fumes+). - - 03/09/2021 Call for evidence on Welding Fumes + for relevant data on the process-generated substances of mixed and varying composition.



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