Risk Assessment Guidance for Superfund, Part D (RAGS D) Tables
This page contains a case study that illustrates how cancer risks for chemicals or compounds that operate with a mutagenic mode of action for carcinogenicity could be summarized in RAGS D table format.
The risk assessment scenario summarized in this case study is for a resident (0–30 years) with Reasonable Maximum Exposure (RME) exposure (only) to aldrin, benzo[a]pyrene, and vinyl chloride in soil.
Click on the link below to download a PDF file of RAGS D tables for this scenario:
Note that the above file presents one approach for documenting cancer risks calculated using the Supplemental Guidance, and that RAGS D reporting approaches or requirements may vary from Region to Region.