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Risk Assessment

CSR (Risk Assessment)

What is CSR (Risk Assessment)?

Evaluating, using scientific techniques, the consequences for human health or the environment in case hazardous chemicals are exposed to humans and the environment.

Use of CSR (Risk Assessment) reports


For all substances subject to registration, a risk assessment must be  performed and a chemical safety report produced in cases where substances are manufactured or imported in quantities of at least ten tons  per year or a chemical substance’s risk assessment is deemed necessary based on the results of the hazard review thereof. (Article 5 of the Enforcement of the Act, Table 2)


* Excerpted from the Guidelines for Preparing Data on the Risks of Chemical Substances (2017, National Academy of Sciences)


  • Substance identification and characterization

  •  Classification and labeling of chemicals

  • Hazard Assessment
    - Physicochemical hazard assessment
    - Environmental hazard assessment (Environmental fate (degradation and bioaccumulation))
    - Human health hazard assessment

  • Derivation of PNEC (Predicted No Effect Concentration) and DNEL (Derived no-effect level)

  • Exposure Assessment
    - Development of exposure scenarios based on the type of use, the stage in the life cycle
    - Environmental release estimation based on process categories (PC) and Environmental Release Categories (ERCs)
    - Exposure estimation using various domestic and foreign models "Simplebox Korea, EUSES, ECETOC TRA, ART, MEASE, ConsExpo,
    etc." (Human exposure, environmental exposure, occupational exposure, consumer exposure, etc.)

  • Risk Characterization
    - Derivation of Risk Characterization Ratio (RCR)

  • Risk Management Measures (RMM)

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