Expert panel plan of work

For certain substances, the establishment of a probit function is considered to be of general interest, for instance because the substances are often found in quantitative risk assessments (QRAs). For these substances, the compilation of the substance dossier and the derivation of the probit function are dealt with by the government.

For certain substances, the establishment of a probit function is considered to be of general interest, for instance because the substances are often found in quantitative risk assessments (QRAs). For these substances, the compilation of the substance dossier and the derivation of the probit function are dealt with by the government.

Following is an overview of the substances for which the probit functions will be discussed by the expert panel in the period 2015-2017. The exact division of substances may vary per year, in which case the plan of work will be updated.

In recent years, several dozens of probit functions have been evaluated by the expert panel, and consequence analyses carried out for the substances concerned.

Afterwards, the methodology for the derivation of probit functions has been modified, also as a result of the review by international experts [link to workshop report]. In the coming period, the expert panel will update its previously formulated advice regarding the new probit functions where necessary, to ensure that they comply with the new methodology for the derivation.

How the scarce information is deployed is of crucial importance for the intended scientific assessment. In order to collect information in the form of reactions of interested parties, the plan of work of the expert panel and concept advice are also published. An up-to-date consequence analysis is expected in 2017, when the consequences of the implementation of a new version of Safeti-NL will be studied.
 

Plan of work 2015-2017

Year Substance name Cas

2015

Allylamine

107-11-9

 

Ethyleenimine

151-56-4

 

Formaldehyde 50-00-0

 

Waterstofchloride

7647-01-0

 

Waterstofcyanide

74-90-8

 

Waterstofsulfide 7783-06-4

 

Fosfine

7803-51-2

 

1,2-dichloorethaan 107-06-2
2016

Allyl chloride

107-05-1

 

Benzylchloride

100-44-7

 

Chlooraceetaldehyde 107-20-0

 

Dichloorsilaan 4109-96-0

 

Dimethylamine 124-40-3

 

Dimethysulfaat

77-78-1

 

Methylamine

74-89-1

 

Propylamine

107-10-8

 

Propyleenimine 75-55-8
 

Tetracarbonylnikkel

13463-39-3

 

Tetrachloorsilaan

10026-04-7

 

Trichloorsilaan

10025-78-2

 

Trimethylamine

75-50-3

2017 Acroleine 107-02-8
  Acrylonitril 107-13-1
  Allylalcohol 107-18-6
  Ammoniak 7664-41-7
  Arsine 7784-42-1
  Broom 7726-95-6
  Chloor 7782-50-5
  Ethyleenoxide 75-21-8
  Fosgeen 75-44-5
  Koolmonoxide 630-08-0
  Methylbromide 74-83-9
  Methylisocyanaat 624-83-9
  Methylmercaptaan 74-93-1
  Stikstofdioxide 10102-44-0
  Waterstoffluoride 7664-39-3
  Zwaveldioxide 7446-09-5

 

 

Prior to the evaluation by the expert panel, the substance documents for the substances involved will be published on this website for comments.

Substances that are not included in the plan of work

The compilation of the substance dossier and the derivation of the probit function for substances for which a certain party requires a probit function, but which have not been included in the expert panel plan of work, are the responsibility of this party. An applicant may submit a (well-founded) request for the inclusion of a certain substance in the plan of work. Correspondence concerning the derivation and formalisation of probit functions runs via the helpdesk (NL).
 


 

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