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TITLE Nitrogen Mustard (hydrochloride); Health-based calculated occupational cancer risk values   04@06OSH.pdf (319.3 KB)
Document ID LIB342
Document type Scientific advisory body opinion/advice
Issue date 26/06/1905
Document reference 2004/06OSH
Original language of the document English
Document produced by Health Council of the Netherlands
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Policy domains
  • Health

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Short description  On request of the Minister of Social Affairs and Employment the Dutch Expert Committee on Occupational Standards (DECOS), a committee of the Health Council of the Netherlands, estimates the additional cancer risk associated with occupational exposure to substances that have been classified by the European Union or the DECOS as genotoxic carcinogen. In this report the committee presents such estimates for nitrogen mustard (hydrochloride). It has used the method described in the report ‘Calculating cancer risks due to occupational exposure to genotoxic carcinogens’ (1995/06WGD) (Hea95). The committee is of the opinion that due to a lack of sufficient data, it is not possible to estimate the additional lifetime cancer risk for nitrogen mustard (hydrochloride).
Abstract (focusing on the key recommendations)  Op verzoek van de Minister van Sociale zaken en Werkgelegenheid, schat de Commissie WGD van de Gezondheidsraad het extra kankerrisico bij beroepsmatige blootstelling aan stoffen die door de Europese Unie of door de Commissie WGD als genotoxisch kankerverwekkend zijn aangemerkt. In dit rapport maakt zij zo’n schatting voor stikstofmosterd (hydrochloride). Zij heeft daarbij gebruik gemaakt van de me ...

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