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The hazard identification takes into account the hazardous properties inherent in a substance. Hazard assessment: A hazard assessment is a means to assess the potential for a substance to cause adverse effects on an environmental species and/or on man. Therefore, the hazard assessment requires information on environmental exposure (the environmental compartments of concern, quantities) and effect data (with reference to the environmental compartment of concern) and is normally expressed by a comparison Risk Management of Chemicals - An Industry Point of View 27 of the (predicted) environmental concentration with the (predicted) no effect concentration for concerned species or ecosystems.
G. ); and access to a telephone, photocopying, 40 Risk Management of Chemicals Health and safety information. The TUC and unions seek to use opportunities open to the at both national and local level to tackle occupational risks - including risks arising from exposure to chemicals. At present there are some 90,000 safety representatives in the UK. The TUC has a major safety representatives training programme and produces extensive advisory literature - including, for example, on C O S H H . 1 Trade Union Approach to Occupational Risk As with occupational exposure to all harmful factors which are capable of causing potentially disastrous health effects, the TUC favours the adoption of a very cautious approach to control of exposure to toxic substances particularly given widespread uncertainties about dose/effect relationships.
6 The Asbestos Recommendation Office, Geneva. 7 The Chemicals Office, Geneva. 8 The Chemicals Recommendation No. 177, 1990, International Office, Geneva. 9 'Improving Working Conditions and Environment: An International Programme (PIACT)', 1984, International Labour Office, Geneva. 10 'Major Hazard Control: Labour Office, Geneva. 11 'Prevention of Major Industrial Accidents', 1991, International Labour Office, Geneva. Convention A Convention No. No. 161, 171, 1985, No. 172, 1986, International No.
A textbook of general botany by Gilbert Morgan Smith; et al