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Comparison of Differences between the Results of Irritation Classification after Irritation Calculation with GHS Criteria and RDA Directives in Plant Protection Products

농약 품목에 대한 GHS 기준과 농진청 기준에 따른 자극성 산출 후 자극성 분류 차이 비교

  • You, Are-Sun (Division of Agro-material Safety Evaluation, Department of Agro-food Safety, National Institute of Agricultural Sciences) ;
  • Oh, Jin A (Division of Agro-material Safety Evaluation, Department of Agro-food Safety, National Institute of Agricultural Sciences) ;
  • Park, Soojin (Division of Agro-material Safety Evaluation, Department of Agro-food Safety, National Institute of Agricultural Sciences) ;
  • Jo, Youmi (Division of Agro-material Safety Evaluation, Department of Agro-food Safety, National Institute of Agricultural Sciences) ;
  • Lee, Je Bong (Division of Agro-material Safety Evaluation, Department of Agro-food Safety, National Institute of Agricultural Sciences) ;
  • Lee, Nanhee (Division of Agro-material Safety Evaluation, Department of Agro-food Safety, National Institute of Agricultural Sciences) ;
  • Lee, Ju Yeon (Division of Agro-material Safety Evaluation, Department of Agro-food Safety, National Institute of Agricultural Sciences) ;
  • Ihm, Yangbin (Division of Agro-material Safety Evaluation, Department of Agro-food Safety, National Institute of Agricultural Sciences)
  • 유아선 (국립농업과학원 농산물안전성부 농자재평가과) ;
  • 오진아 (국립농업과학원 농산물안전성부 농자재평가과) ;
  • 박수진 (국립농업과학원 농산물안전성부 농자재평가과) ;
  • 조유미 (국립농업과학원 농산물안전성부 농자재평가과) ;
  • 이제봉 (국립농업과학원 농산물안전성부 농자재평가과) ;
  • 이난희 (국립농업과학원 농산물안전성부 농자재평가과) ;
  • 이주연 (국립농업과학원 농산물안전성부 농자재평가과) ;
  • 임양빈 (국립농업과학원 농산물안전성부 농자재평가과)
  • Received : 2016.10.25
  • Accepted : 2016.11.29
  • Published : 2016.12.31

Abstract

GHS was compared with that of current RDA directives in skin and eye irritation for plant protection products (PPPs). According to the result of evaluation and classification of skin and eye irritation by RDA directives and GHS for 59 PPPs, 25.5% of PPPs were changed the classification of skin irritation from slightly and moderately by RDA directives to Not Classified by GHS, and 45.8% of PPPs were changed the classification of eye irritation from slightly by RDA directives to Not Classified by GHS. 6.8% of PPPs in skin irritation and 5.1% in eye irritation were classified more highly as category 1 by GHS because of irreversible effect. According to the result of comparison with GHS classification by data of irritation study for PPPs and by GHS classification and concentration of active substances, 25.5% was changed more lowly and 3.4% more highly in skin irritation, and 25.4% was changed more lowly and 11.9% more highly in eye irritation. It is needed to draw a plan to supplement for other results between GHS and RDA directives.

Acknowledgement

Grant : 농약품목의 건강 유해성 분야 물질 분류 및 표시 체계 개선

Supported by : 국립농업과학원

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