Skin Notation Strategy
NIOSH Docket Number 153
The Current Intelligence Bulletin 61: “A Strategy for Assigning New NIOSH Skin Notations.” CIB 61 provides the rationale and scientific logic behind the development of a strategy for the assignment of hazard-specific skin notations (SK) capable of clearly distinguishing between the systemic, direct and immune-mediated health effects caused by skin contact to chemicals. A public meeting was held on November 6, 2008, to discuss and obtain comments on the draft. Comments were received from NIOSH stakeholders, other governmental agencies, and the public. The final version of the document reflects NIOSH responses to the comments.
Note: To view the final Skin Notation Profiles visit the Skin Notation Profiles website .
Material Under Evaluation
Final document: NIOSH Current Intelligence Bulletin (CIB) 61: A Strategy for Assigning New NIOSH Skin Notations; 2009-147 – 7/1/09pdf icon [PDF – 40.23 MB]
NIOSH comments to peer reviewers submissions – 4/9/09pdf icon [PDF – 7.74 MB]
NIOSH comments to submissions – 4/9/09pdf icon [PDF – 7.88 MB]
Letter to Peer Reviewers – 10/02/08pdf icon [PDF – 1,210 KB]
Submissions from the Public in Order of Receipt
Submission to the docket from Peer Reviewer (4) – 12/01/08pdf icon [PDF – 1,210 KB]
Submission to the docket from Peer Reviewer (4) – 12/04/08pdf icon [PDF – 14,860 KB]