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Chemical Risk Management
A special themed issue of Greener Management International (Issue 41)



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ISBN 9781783531035
Published January 1, 2004 by Routledge
101 Pages

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Although the new EU chemicals regulation has received considerable attention in the press, many companies around the world are still unaware how it will affect them. This issue examines the tools and methodologies necessary for effective and efficient chemical risk management .

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

Introduction

Steffen Erler, University of Surrey, UK, and Joanne Lloyd, Chemical Industries Association, UK 

Assessment Tools under the New European Union Chemicals Policy

Frans M. Christensen and Jack H.M. de Bruijn, European Commission, Italy, Bjørn G. Hansen, European Commission, Belgium, and Sharon J. Munn, Birgit Sokull-Klüttgen and Finn Pedersen, European Commission, Italy

Project HERA (Human and Environmental Risk Assessment): An Industry Initiative Anticipating the New EU Chemicals Policy

John Solbé, Chair, HERA Operational Team; Consultant; UK

The Precautionary Principle and Global Chemical Risk Management: Some Insights from the Case of Persistent Organic Pollutants

Steve Maguire and Jaye Ellis, McGill University, Canada

Hazard and Exposure Considerations related to Chemical Risk Assessment

Peter Frier, LGC, UK

Never Change a Running Process? Substitution of Hazardous Chemicals in Products and Processes: Definition, Key Drivers and Barriers

Joachim Lohse, Ökopol GmbH Hamburg, Germany, Lothar Lißner, Kooperationsstelle Hamburg, Germany, and Sven Lundie, Andreas Ahrens and Martin Wirts, Ökopol GmbH Hamburg, Germany

Risk Assessment and Life-cycle Assessment: Fundamentally Different yet Reconcilable

Anneke Wegener Sleeswijk and Reinout Heijungs, Leiden University, The Netherlands, and Steffen T. Erler, University of Surrey, UK

Chemical Management Services: Greening the Supply Chain

Jennie Oldham, Green Alliance, UK, and Tom Votta, Chemical Strategies Partnership, USA

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