RAC agrees on two opinions on occupational exposure and on 11 harmonised classification cases
The Committee for Risk Assessment (RAC) has for the first time adopted scientific opinions on occupational exposure for two substances: MOCA (2,2’-dichloro-4,4’-methylenedianiline) and arsenic acid and its inorganic compounds. RAC adopted 10 opinions on harmonised classification and labelling and additionally agreed on the classification of titanium dioxide. The committee also agreed on 14 draft opinions and adopted one final opinion on applications for authorisation.
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