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RISK: Health, Safety & Environment (1990-2002)

Abstract

Dean Mattison explains hazard identification, hazard characterization and exposure characterization as furnishing a foundation for Risk assessment generally. He then illustrates their application in assessing the fetal Risk posed by two common substances. Ultimately, he argues that only after Risks have been so examined can women of child bearing age (or anyone) decide what if any measures are appropriate to avoid them.

Repository Citation

Donald R. Mattison, Risk Assessment for Developmental Toxicity: Airborne Occupational Exposure to Ethanol and Iodine, 2 RISK 227 (1991).