A comparative analysis of leading chemical assessment tools found that, when evaluating the same chemical, individual tools come to different conclusions regarding the hazard categorization of each chemical.
May 9, 2016
Such discrepancies may call into question the extent to which such tools can provide definitive and actionable information about chemical substances in consumer products without further analysis and contextual information.
California regulators are at it again. In the name of providing transparency for consumers, the Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEEHA) may be on the brink of creating more confusion for the public―at the expense of those doing business in the state.