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Resources for the Aliphatic Diisocyanates Industry

Guidance on health and safety, including use of appropriate protective equipment has been developed by federal agencies such as the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and the National Institute for Occupational Safety & Health (NIOSH).

Swimming in Chlorinated Pools

Does swimming in chlorinated pools really cause cancer that some media blogs have reported Is chlorine in swimming pools a health hazard What are disinfection byproducts Where do they come from So, what can I do to reduce my exposure to these disinfection byproducts I guess I thought the chlorine would ta

Risk Assessment Basics

Nearly 500 years ago, Paracelsus coined the phrase the dose makes the poison and even today the relationship between dose and health effects remains a fundamental concept of toxicology All chemical substances will exhibit an adverse effect if given a large enough dose Conversely, if the dose is sufficiently low

ChemITC® Contacts

Are you looking for general information about ChemITC William Gulledge Manager of ChemITC william gulledge americanchemistry com Do you want to become a member of ChemITC William Gulledge Manager of ChemITC william gulledge americanchemistry com Would you like to participate in one of the ChemITC strategic

Mode of Action and Thresholds

Risk Assessment Basics: Mode of action MOA information describes key events and processes that would, in general, explain the overall process of development of a toxic effect MOA is also relevant in considering susceptibility factors within populations, and in considering the cumulative effects of exposure to

Technical Chlorine Information

Q Where can I find technical information on chlorine s safe production, transportation and storage A Technical information on the safe production, transportation and storage of chlorine may be obtained at The Chlorine Institute s on line bookstore The Institute offers free downloads of a series of pamphlets on


This area is specially designed for ChemITC members to access team charters and bylaws, project work spaces and other valuable information for member s eyes only First, log in to ACC s Member Exchange From there you will see a list of your approved Working Group or Project Team sites displayed near the top of

Introduction to Chlorine

Q What is chlorine A Chlorine is a chemical element, one of roughly 90 basic building blocks of matter Naturally chemically reactive, chlorine s tendency to combine with other elements and compounds has been used to produce thousands of essential products, ranging from drinking water disinfectants to solar ener