South Korea Adds 8 Reproductive Toxic Substances as “Hazardous Substances subject to Control” (Updated on Oct 18, 2022)


Updates: On October 18, 2022, South Korea’s Ministry of Employment and Labor (MOEL) issued a notice to adopt the Amendments to the Standard of Occupational Safety and Health, based on the public consultation (closed in June) on the proposed changes (see below). The MoEL adopted the proposal – adding 8 reproductive toxic substances as ‘hazardous substances subject to control’, of which 7 substances are subject to special management except for cyclohexylamine.

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Chemlinked, 28-11-22