Carcinogenesis und toxicological mode of action

Prof. Dr. Hanspeter Naegeli

Carcinogenic processes or occupational activities - the French approach of classification for the cytostatic agents

Lauranne Verines-Jouin

Comparison of alternatives to hazardous substances: A Methodology and its implementation to formaldehyde

Odile Kerkhof

Different approaches to the deriving of occupational exposure limits for carcinogenic substances

Dr. Eberhard Nies, Dipl.-Biol.

Occupational Exposure Limits under the Carcinogens and Mutagens Directive

Heinz Schmid

Implementation of the risk-based approach, illustrated by the example of metals

Dr. rer. nat. Martin Wieske

Self-assessment for activities involving carcinogenic substances – the GDA Hazardous Substances Check

Antje Ermer

Classification systems and approaches of risk assessment for carcinogenic substances

Prof. Dr. Andrea Hartwig

Implementation of knowledge and requirements in occupational safety and medicine

Prof. Dr. med. Hans Drexler

Concept of Measures for Asbestos in Building Reconstruction / (when constructing in existing buildings)

Annika Wörsdörfer

GDA Hazardous Substance Check

Dr. Maximilian Hanke-Roos and Dr. Alexander Schneider

The Relevance of Closed Systems – Regulatory Aspects and Practical Obstacles

Dr. Stefan Engel

Carcinogenic Substances in the Air at Workplaces – Possibilities and Limitations of Exposure Measurements

Dr. Andreas Königer

Strengths and limitations of biological monitoring

Dr. rer. nat. Tobias Weiß