The European Commission wants to limit EU workers' exposure to five cancer-causing chemicals as well as 21 substances that have already been the subject of a limitation or a proposal for a restriction since the beginning of its mandate in 2014.
The Commission has proposed an amendment to the Carcinogens and Mutagens Directive to list five highly toxic carcinogens on its list of high-risk cancer-causing chemicals, including, Cadmium and its inorganic compounds; beryllium and inorganic beryllium ...


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