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화학물질에 대한 직업적 노출기준의 표기 항목 비교

Comparison of Notation Items for Chemical Occupational Exposure Limits

한국산업보건학회지 2020년 30권 2호 p.226 ~ 235
피영규, 김승원, 하권철,
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피영규 ( Phee Young-Gyu ) - Daegu Haany University Faculty of Health Science
김승원 ( Kim Seung-Won ) - Keimyung University Major in Public Health
하권철 ( Ha Kwon-Chul ) - Changwon University Department of Biochmistry & Health Science

Abstract


Objectives: This study was to investigate the signs and notations of skin absorption, carcinogenicity, germ cell mutagenicity, and reproductive toxicity in the occupational exposure limits of Korea and of other advanced countries.

Methods: Information on occupational exposure limits in Korea, the USA, the UK, Germany, and Japan was investigated through the Internet, and items marked as carcinogenicity and skin absorption were compared by country.

Results: Legal occupational exposure limits have been greatly simplified. However, in the case of HSE WEL, skin absorption, carcinogenicity classification, sensitization, and in the case of DFG MAK, skin absorption, carcinogenicity, pregnancy risk group, germ cell mutagenicity, airway and skin sensitization, photo contact sensitization, and vapor pressure were provided.

Conclusions: It is desirable to indicate the carcinogenicity and skin absorption within permissible limits, and to include information on critical effects in chemical substance exposure limits to uphold the right to know of industrial hygienists and workers in Korea. It is also necessary to clarify the precautions, limitations and protections for skin absorption.

키워드

carcinogenicity; mutagenicity; notation; occupational exposure limit; sensitization; sign; skin absorption; reproductive toxicity

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