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bisphenol a and health effects of chemicals
Human Health & Safety

Exposure to bisphenol A in the workplace and environment are well below the safe levels established by government agencies worldwide. In addition, consumer products derived from bisphenol A that come in contact with foods or beverages are safe for their intended uses and are strictly regulated by government agencies worldwide.

For a basic background in many of the scientific principles discussed in this section, we recommend the National Library of Medicine's Toxicology Tutor.

Consumer Safety
   
  Product Safety
 
Polycarbonate Plastics
    Epoxy Can Coatings
    Dental Sealants
   
  Occupational Safety
 
Handling Guide
    International Chemical Safety Card
     
  Health Effects Research
    General Toxicity
    Carcinogenicity
    Reproductive And Developmental Toxicity
    Endocrine Activity
    Low-Dose Endocrine Effects
    Metabolism
    Health Effects Research References

   
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