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Save the Date - November 5, 2014
RIFM Annual Meeting featuring Ira Flatow, award winning science journalist
Location: River Vale, NJ
Q2 2014 Webinar Update on RIFM Safety Assessments
RIFM Members, missed this Q2 Update on RIFM Science - View the Presentation
For RIFM Members:
Q1 2014 Safety Assessment Update Webinar
View the slides from the Q1 2014 Safety Assessment Update
Web Training Session for the Creme-RIFM Aggregate Exposure Model
View the slides from the free web-training session for RIFM Members
RIFM staff members, Dr. Anne Marie Api, RIFM Vice President of Human Health Science, Dr. Jon Lalko, Human Health Scientist and Dr. Valerie Politano, Senior Human Health Scientist, are among the co-authors of several top cited publications.
Principle considerations for the risk assessment of sprayed consumer products
RIFM staff were contributing authors to this recent publication on inhalation safety assessment.
RIFM/IFRA Life Cycle Assessment of Selected Fragrance Materials
This project was conceived as a “broad brush” assessment of the potential cradle-to-gate impacts from the manufacture of fragrance ingredients. Materials were selected (one each) from the broad categories of substances used in the fragrance industry: alcohols, esters, hydrocarbons, aldehydes, and natural complex substances.