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Questions and Considerations Surrounding Nanomaterials in Consumer Products and the Workplace

Bloomberg BNA’s expert authors discuss the appropriate process for creating proper labels and warnings for nanomaterials, as well as cover the risks employers need to know in considering proactive measures to protect workers in a nanomaterials workplace.

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Joyce S. Tsuji, Angelina Duggan, and Fionna S. Mowat, with Exponent Inc., an engineering and scientific consulting firm, counsel manufacturers seeking to use nanomaterials on how to navigate the evolving regulatory climate by focusing on product safety early in the process. Tsuji is joined by William S. Rogers Jr., Joseph A. Clark, with the Nanotechnology Practice Group at Day Pitney LLP, and David L. Dahlstrom, and Steven R. Arndt, also with Exponent Inc., in discussing the appropriate process for creating proper labels and warnings for nanomaterials along with what risk employers need to know in considering proactive measures to protect workers in a nanomaterials workplace.


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