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TITLE Cyclohexanol; Evaluation of the effects on reproduction, recommendation for classification   04@09OSH.pdf (322.1 KB)
Document ID LIB394
Document type Scientific advisory body opinion/advice
Issue date 26/06/1905
Document reference 2004/09OSH
Original language of the document English
Document produced by Health Council of the Netherlands
Scientific domains
Policy domains
  • Health

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Short description  In the present report the Health Council of the Netherlands reviewed cyclohexanol.
Cyclohexanol is a colourless solvent which is among other things used as a intermediate for the production of nylon and plasticizers. This report is part of a series, in which the Health Council evaluates the effects of substances on reproduction, at request of the Minister of Social Affairs and Employment. It mainly concerns substances to which man can be occupationally exposed. The Committee for Compounds toxic to reproduction, a committee of the Health Council, evaluates the effects on male and female fertility and on the development of the progeny. Moreover the effects of exposure on lactation are considered.
Abstract (focusing on the key recommendations)  In the present report the Health Council of the Netherlands reviewed cyclohexanol. Cyclohexanol is a colourless solvent which is among other things used as a intermediate for the production of nylon and plasticizers. This report is part of a series, in which the Health Council evaluates the effects of substances on reproduction, at request of the Minister of Social Affairs and Employment. It mainl ...

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