Toxicological Risk Assessment for Toys and Household Products

Toxicological Risk Assessment for Toys and Household Products

All of the risk-based regulations place responsibility for risk assessment firmly on the producer. The assessment of risk requires knowledge and experience of assessing toxicological data and understanding of real life exposures. Delphic HSE staff are highly qualified to carry out this work and have experience of risk assessment of the following product types: Toys: - Cosmetic toys, stationery, finger paints, art materials etc. Household Products: - Room fragrance diffuser, adhesive, pen ink, non-biocidal surface cleaner/wipes, lubricating oil, cold pack etc. Biocides/Pesticides: - Disinfecting wipes that either directly or indirectly apply on humans or animals, like cleansing wipes, hand sanitizer; - Pest control products, like mosquito repellent spray, mosquito repellent hand belt.

Delphic HSE Solutions Ltd

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Delphic HSE Solutions Ltd is a group of professionals in the fields of toxicology, compliance auditing, product development, risk assessment and environmental risk management. It brings over 200 years...Delphic HSE Solutions Ltd is a group of professionals in the fields of toxicology, compliance auditing, product development, risk assessment and environmental risk management. It brings over 200 years of combined experience to bear on health, safety and environmental issues. We opened a branch office in Hong Kong in 2014. It functions as a regional headquarters focusing on marketing and providing services to clients in Asia-Pacific region. Our services include toxicological risk assessment for toys, cosmetics and household products. Covering all of the regulatory requirements according to new EU Cosmetics Regulation EC No. 1223/2009, we also acts as a “Responsible Person” for those clients who wish to outsource all health and safety responsibility for cosmetic products in Europe.More

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