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1 B) Although the RMoS is negligible for skin contact, it is nowhere near acceptable for inhalation. With its numbers being around 9.6 times the decision point, negative health effects are prominent. Effects such as dizziness, impairment of vision, speech and hearing (“Toluene,” n.d.) proves that change needs to occur and the RMoS needs to be lowered to acceptable numbers. 2. I am for the precautionary principle, as I do believe actions should be implemented to prevent environmental impacts before conclusive proof is present. In other words, to pay due diligence to long term impacts instead of looking at just short term results. We need to make sure new chemicals, technology, etc… have demonstrated that their product or service is within acceptable
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