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CAS Nos.  IRIS is an acronym for Integrated Risk Information System, EPA’s database containing both cancer and non-cancer chronic health hazard information on specific chemicals. IRIS was developed in response to a growing demand for consistent risk information on chemical substances for use in decisionmaking and regulatory activities. It provides hazard identification and dose-response assessment information, which when combined with specific exposure information, can be used to help characterize the health risks of a chemical. The five IRIS chemicals addressed in this summary are:

ITC Designation - 27th Report
56 FR 9534; March 6, 1991

Proposed Test Rule (PRM)
58 FR 61654; November 22, 1993

Consent Order (CO)/Phenol
62 FR 2607; January 17, 1997

Modifications
59 FR 3661; January 26, 1994/Correction and Time Extension

Project Manager: Robert Reiley, Keith Cronin [Phenol]

Branch Chief: Frank Kover

Status: Awaiting test data for phenol. The Agency decided to pursue a voluntary approach to testing on the other four chemicals via the OECD SIDS program rather than a section 4 test rule.

Announced Receipt of Test Data

None.

Results of Testing Table



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