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Unclear for workers’ representatives No clear role for labour inspector Physisal/chemical properties Operation Working environment Concentration Exposure time Physical exertion Dose Individual susceptibility Toxicity Health effect Skin Inhalation Swallowing Exposure route Organising a precautionary approach Scheme for nano risk assessment Items in particular influenced by Nano Physisal/chemical properties Operation Working environment Concentration Exposure time Physical exertion Dose Individual susceptibility Health effect Skin Inhalation Swallowing Toxicity (Some) relevant nano-specific properties Physisal/chemical properties Concentration Dose Health effect Nano-size + size distribution Dimension and form Matrix and availability NP Skin Inhalation Toxicity Swallowing Airborn behaviour of Nanoparticles Physisal/chemical properties Concentration Dose Health effect Agglomeration Gas-like behaviour Skin Inhalation Toxicity Swallowing Uptake characteristics inhalation Physisal/chemical properties Concentration DoseToxicity Health effect NP size ~10 – 80nm.… alveoli NP <10 and >100nm secondary ingestionSkin Inhalation Swallowing Uptake nano characteristics skin Physisal/chemical properties Concentration DoseToxicity Health effect Skin condition Surface charge (zeta) NP size Skin Inhalation Swallowing Nano-influence on toxicity Physisal/chemical properties Concentration DoseToxicity Health effect Increased surface Increased reactivity New chem/phys structures De-agglomeration Skin Inhalation Swallowing Individual differences Physisal/chemical properties Concentration DoseToxicity Health effect Skin Inhalation Swallowing Individual susceptibility Precautionary approach Taking measures Controling exposure Operation Working environment Concentration Exposure time Physical exertion Dose Health effect Skin Inhalation Swallowing Physisal/chemical properties Adapting NP matrix Precautionary approach Taking measures Controling exposure Operation Working environment Concentration Exposure time Physical exertion Dose Health effect Equipment Manual / automatic Brush / roller / spray Skin Inhalation Swallowing Precautionary approach Taking measures Controling exposure Operation Working environment Concentration Exposure time Physical exertion Dose Health effect Closed systems Ventilation Skin Inhalation Swallowing Physisal/chemical properties Precautionary approach Taking measures Varying working organisation Operation Working environment Concentration Exposure time Physical exertion Dose Health effect Work organisation Skin Inhalation Swallowing Physisal/chemical properties Precautionary approach Taking measures Last choice PPE Operation Working environment Concentration Exposure time Physical exertion Dose Health effect Skin Inhalation Swallowing Physisal/chemical properties Personal protective equipment Workers’ interests in nanotechnologies Safe Workplace Exposure control • Identify workers potentially exposed Full information on chemicals and products at the workplace Full information on lacking (eco)toxicological data • indication on SDS!
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Score: 1383074.6 - https://www.who.int/ifcs/docum...orum6/ppt_nano_broekhuizen.pdf
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Score: 1175051.4 - https://en.unesco.org/courier/...ghanas-coastline-swallowed-sea
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. • Make sure the attachment to the breast is correct and that the baby is actively sucking with swallows. • Do not limit breastfeeding according to a time interval. Watch the baby’s swallows. Gently press or massage the breast with your hand, while the baby sucks but no longer swallows.
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Score: 1149345.2 - https://www.unicef.org/romania...s%20to%20keep%20in%20mind:.pdf
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Tablets are crushed into imprecise portions and dissolved into unpalatable drinks that are difficult for children to swallow and are potentially ineffective, toxic or harmful. (...) A newly developed artemesinin combination tablet for malaria is dissolved in liquid and is sweet tasting, making it easier for children to swallow and ensuring that they receive correct and effective doses. (...) Treatment guidelines for tuberculosis in children have been developed recently by WHO, but the recommended dosage requires a child to swallow many tablets a day over a long period of time.
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Score: 1117350.4 - https://www.who.int/mediacentr...er_child_medicine_20110321/en/
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I am not sure if she has read "The Little Prince" and I do not know if she knows that once she grows up, she will no longer see the "snake that swallowed an elephant" but a mere hat... "Hi", I said to her and showed her a picture of a snake swallowing an elephant.
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Score: 1107351.7 - https://www.unicef.org/montene...choose-be-child-what-about-you
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REVISION OF ANNEXES 1, 2 AND 3 OF THE GHS, COMBINED HAZARD STATEMENTS / TRANSMITTED BY THE REPRESENTATIVE FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM ON BEHALF OF THE INFORMAL CORRESPONDENCE GROUP
For example the classification for a chemical may include: Acute toxicity (oral), category 1: “Fatal if swallowed” (H300) Acute toxicity (dermal), category 1: “ Fatal in contact with skin” (H310) Acute toxicity (inhalation), category 1: “Fatal if inhaled” (H330) 12. To facilitate hazard communication and reduce the number of hazard statements on the label it would be appropriate to have a combined hazard statement: “Fatal if swallowed, in contact with skin, or if inhaled” ST/SG/AC.10/C.4/2008/24 page 3 13. (...) For example, H300 + H310 indicates that the text to appear on the label is “Fatal if swallowed or in contact with skin”.” Table A3.1.2 Add the following new entries at the end of current table A3.1.2, after the row for H373: Code Health hazard statements Hazard class (GHS chapter) Hazard category (1) (2) (3) (4) H300 + H310 Fatal if swallowed or in contact with skin Acute toxicity, oral (chapter 3.1) and acute toxicity dermal (chapter 3.1) 1, 2 H300 + H330 Fatal if swallowed or if inhaled Acute toxicity, oral (chapter 3.1) and acute toxicity, inhalation (chapter 3.1) 1, 2 H310 + H330 Fatal in contact with skin or if inhaled Acute toxicity, dermal (chapter 3.1) and acute toxicity, inhalation (chapter 3.1) 1, 2 H300 + H310 + H330 Fatal if swallowed, in contact with skin or if inhaled Acute toxicity, oral (chapter 3.1), acute toxicity, dermal (chapter 3.1) and acute toxicity, inhalation (chapter 3.1) 1, 2 H301 + H311 Toxic if swallowed or in contact with skin Acute toxicity, oral (chapter 3.1) and acute toxicity dermal (chapter 3.1) 3 H301 + H331 Toxic if swallowed or if inhaled Acute toxicity, oral (chapter 3.1) and acute toxicity, inhalation (chapter 3.1) 3 H311 + H331 Toxic in contact with skin or if inhaled Acute toxicity, dermal (chapter 3.1) and acute toxicity, inhalation (chapter 3.1) 3 ST/SG/AC.10/C.4/2008/24 page 7 Annex Code Health hazard statements Hazard class (GHS chapter) Hazard category (1) (2) (3) (4) H301 + H311 + H331 Toxic if swallowed, in contact with skin or if inhaled Acute toxicity, oral (chapter 3.1), acute toxicity, dermal (chapter 3.1) and acute toxicity, inhalation (chapter 3.1) 3 H302 + H312 Harmful if swallowed or in contact with skin Acute toxicity, oral (chapter 3.1) and acute toxicity dermal (chapter 3.1) 4 H302 + H332 Harmful if swallowed or if inhaled Acute toxicity, oral (chapter 3.1) and acute toxicity, inhalation (chapter 3.1) 4 H312 + H332 Harmful in contact with skin or if inhaled Acute toxicity, dermal (chapter 3.1) and acute toxicity, inhalation (chapter 3.1) 4 H302 + H312 + H332 Harmful if swallowed, in contact with skin or if inhaled Acute toxicity, oral (chapter 3.1), acute toxicity, dermal (chapter 3.1) and acute toxicity, inhalation (chapter 3.1) 4 H303 + H313 May be harmful if swallowed or in contact with skin Acute toxicity, oral (chapter 3.1) and acute toxicity dermal (chapter 3.1) 5 H303 + H333 May be harmful if swallowed or if inhaled Acute toxicity, oral (chapter 3.1) and acute toxicity, inhalation (chapter 3.1) 5 H313 + H333 May be harmful in contact with skin or if inhaled Acute toxicity, dermal (chapter 3.1) and acute toxicity, inhalation (chapter 3.1) 5 H303 + H313 + H333 May be harmful if swallowed, in contact with skin or if inhaled Acute toxicity, oral (chapter 3.1), acute toxicity, dermal (chapter 3.1) and acute toxicity, inhalation (chapter 3.1) 5 H315 + H320 Causes skin and eye irritation Skin corrosion/irritation (chapter 3.2) and serious eye damage/eye irritation (chapter 3.3) 2 (skin)/2A (eye) H335 + H336 May cause respiratory irritation, and drowsiness or dizziness Specific target organ toxicity, single exposure; Respiratory tract irritation (chapter 3.8), and specific target organ toxicity, single exposure; Narcotic effects (chapter 3.8) 3 _______________
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Score: 1095272.95 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...ST/SG/AC.10/C.4/2008/24&Lang=E
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NUMBERING OF GHS HAZARD STATEMENTS / TRANSMITTED BY THE CHAIRPERSON
Fatal if inhaled (gas, vapour, dust, mist) 32 2 Fatal if swallowed (oral). Fatal in contact with skin (dermal). Fatal if inhaled (gas, vapour, dust, mist) 32 3 Toxic if swallowed (oral). Toxic in contact with skin (dermal). Toxic if inhaled (gas, vapour, dust, mist) 33 4 Harmful if swallowed (oral). Harmful in contact with skin (dermal).
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Score: 1080323.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...=ST/SG/AC.10/C.4/2005/1&Lang=E
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DTP Diphtheria Diphtheria infects the throat and tonsils, making it hard for children to breathe and swallow. Severe cases can cause heart, kidney and/or nerve damage. (...) It can cause children’s neck and jaw muscles to lock (lockjaw), making it hard for them to open their mouth, swallow (breastfeed) or breathe. Even with treatment, tetanus is often fatal.
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Score: 1074502.7 - https://www.unicef.org/parenti...ines-and-diseases-they-prevent
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DTP Diphtheria Diphtheria infects the throat and tonsils, making it hard for children to breathe and swallow. Severe cases can cause heart, kidney and/or nerve damage. (...) It can cause children’s neck and jaw muscles to lock (lockjaw), making it hard for them to open their mouth, swallow (breastfeed) or breathe. Even with treatment, tetanus is often fatal.
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Score: 1074502.7 - https://www.unicef.org/immuniz...ines-and-diseases-they-prevent
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In this brief period, 18-month-old Harrison opened a kitchen cupboard, removed the cap from the dishwasher detergent container and swallowed some of the powder. Although the container had a child-resistant cap, it needed to be twisted twice in order to be correctly secured. (...) Detergents with a pH of greater than 12.5 have been removed from the market. The powder swallowed by Harrison was extremely alkaline – with a pH of 13.4.
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Score: 1074502.7 - https://www.who.int/features/2...08/child_injuries/harrison/en/
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