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• Publication Date: 02/26/1986
• Publication Type: Proposed Rules
• Fed Register #: 51:6748-51
• Standard Number: 1910
• Title: Methylenedianiline, 4,4'-
• Abstract: This notice was prepared in response to the EPA notice of July 5, 1985 (50 FR 27674) which announced that EPA was referring 4,4'- Methylenedianiline (MDS) to OSHA. The risk describes by EPA may be eliminated or reduced to a significant extent by a workplace standard which regulates worker exposure. Evidence suggests that the most severe chronic effect resulting from occupational exposure to MDA cancer.

Abstract:

This notice was prepared in response to the EPA notice of July 5,
1985 (50 FR 27674) which announced that EPA was referring 4,4'-
Methylenedianiline (MDS) to OSHA. The risk describes by EPA may be
eliminated or reduced to a significant extent by a workplace
standard which regulates worker exposure. Evidence suggests that the
most severe chronic effect resulting from occupational exposure to
MDA cancer.

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