Precautions and Claims for “Safety” Based on Inadequate Risk Assessment are Hazardous and Expose All Concerned to Risk
Robert D. Combes and Michael Balls
Seeking to protect the human population from the effects of potentially dangerous chemicals and chemical products (for example, medicines and pesticides) is a complex process, which begins with hazard identification and proceeds via exposure estimation to risk assessment and, eventually, to risk management.
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