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


The authors argue that Risk assessors belong to a profession and offer an alternative to the 1983 National Research Council model defining Risk assessment. They support and illustrate their model by reexamining three familiar Risk assessments: ethylene dibromide, WASH 1400, and Ice Minus Bacteria.

Repository Citation

Halina Szejnwald Brown & Robert L. Goble, The Role of Scientists in Risk Assessment, 1 RISK 283 (1990).

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