Risk Assessment for Asbestos and Other Fibrous Materials: Learning from the Past, Looking into the Future
May 26 |
8:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Risk Assessment and Management, Toxicology
Arranger: A. Korchevskiy, Chemistry & Industrial Hygiene, Inc., Wheat Ridge, CO. Moderator: B.Case, McGill University, Montreal, QC, Canada. Monitors: D. Hall and R. Strode, Chemistry & Industrial Hygiene, Inc., Wheat Ridge, CO.
Continuing the tradition of addressing outstanding issues of asbestos risk assessment with distinguished industrial hygienists, toxicologists and mathematicians from multiple countries and disciplines, this session will help to keep industrial hygienists current with new developments in asbestos exposure science and risk assessment methodologies include new analytical methods for asbestos testing, new types of potentially dangerous fibrous materials including zeolites and various amphibole fibers, and advances in toxicology for fibrous materials.
Asbestos-Related Cancer in China: Do Existing, Fiber Type Specific Risk Assessment Models fit the Data? J. Rasmuson, Chemistry & Industrial Hygiene, Inc., Wheat Ridge, CO.
Libby, Montana: Lessons in Exposure Monitoring, Employee Protection, Community Contamination, Communication, and Responsibility O.Crankshaw, Crankshaw Scientific Consulting, Pittsboro, NC.
Cancer Potency Factors for Erionite: An Attempt of the Quantitative Estimation A. Korchevskiy, Chemistry & Industrial Hygiene, Inc., Wheat Ridge, CO
Accumulation of Radium in Ferruginous Bodies with Asbestos Fibers Resulting in Radiation Hotspots with Malignant Mesothelioma and Other Cancers E. Nakamura, Okayama University, Misasa, Japan.
Characterizing Risks from Exposure Modeling: Communicating the Results F. Boelter, RHP Risk Management Inc., Boise, ID.
Does Talc Cause Cancer? A 30-year Personal Journey to Yes, Sometimes. B. Case, McGill University, Montreal, QC, Canada.
Fibrous Materials and Cancer: Lessons from Asbestos Epidemiology J. Peto, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London, United Kingdom; J. Rasmuson, Chemistry & Industrial Hygiene, Inc., Wheat Ridge, CO.
Iron, Oxidative Stress, and the Biological Effect of Asbestos A. Ghio, U.S. EPA, Chapel Hill, NC.