HHE determination report no. HHE-73-81-106, Aerojet General, Incorporated, Sacramento, California.
Cincinnati, OH: U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service, Centers for Disease Control, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, HHE 73-81-106, 1974 Jan; :1-5
Evaluation of toxic chemicals in a plant manufacturing specialty chemicals reveals that 10,10-oxy-bisphenoxarsine (OBPA), a compound formed from arsenic trichloride (7784341) and diphenyl oxide (101848), is responsible for the frequent incidence of allergic dermatitis. Environmental survey was impossible since manufacture of the compound was recently discontinued. No evidence is found of toxicity due to trichloroethylene (79016), methyl ethyl ketone (78933) or acetylethylenimine. It is recommended that the occupational health program be expanded in reference to exposure to FEFO (bis-fluorodinitroethyl formal) and toluene diisocyanate.
NIOSH-Publication; NIOSH-Author; HHE-73-81-106; Region-9; Hazard-Confirmed; Toxicity; Skin-disorders; Chemical-manufacturing-industry; Skin-irritants; Organic-solvents;
Author Keywords: 10,10'-0xybisphenoxarsine; OBPA; trichloroethylene; TCE; methyl ethyl ketone; MEK; FEFO; bis-fluorodinitroethyl formal; FTM; fluoro-trinitromethane
7784-34-1; 101-84-8; 79-01-6; 78-93-3; 460-07-1; 7440-38-2
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