It is also important to note that the RoC does not present quantitative assessments of carcinogenic risk. Listing in the RoC does not establish that styrene presents a risk to people in their daily lives.
ACMA’s focus is now on supporting our members by providing education and the tools they require to responsibly respond to this challenge. Membersonly briefing webinars are being scheduled that will provide the most complete and accurate information to attendees and will allow ample time for discussion of the implications and a period for questions. In addition, the Risk Management Tool Kit, which is provided free to members, will be updated to include information about how to communicate the facts about the RoC listing to employees and plant neighbors.