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RIFM's 53rd Annual Meeting and Dinner

Thursday, September 12, 2019
The Chart House, Weehawken, NJ

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RIFM's 53rd Annual Meeting and Dinner
Communicating Science and Fragrance Safety

Location: The Chart House, Weehawken, New Jersey

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  • 02/12/19
    Find Out if Your Materials are on RIFM's Next Not-Supported List
    RIFM is holding a series of webinars to explain a new policy on fragrance materials on the RIFM Non-Supported List. This is the first webinar in the series. Please join the webinar to learn what will happen to fragrance materials on the Non-Supported List.
  • 01/22/19
    2018 Year End Safety Assessment Update
    RIFM staff reported on progress made in the Fragrance Ingredient Safety Assessment Program during Q4 2018 and recap the year. Included in this update was an introduction to the new Not Supported Material Policy and a review of the new RIFM genotoxicity tool. A replay of the webinar will be available
  • 10/02/18
    Q3 2018 RIFM Safety Assessment Update
    If you missed this important Webinar, covering the RIFM Safety Assessment Program, the Elsevier Resource Center, the non-supported list of fragrance ingredients, and updates on the Creme RIFM Aggregate Exposure Model, you can now view the recording.


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RIFM Procedure To Review Fragrance Materials Not Included In The Safety Assessment Program

This brief RIFM publication outlines the process for completing a Safety Assessment on a new material that is not already being processed through the RIFM Safety Assessment Program.

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Integrating habits and practices data for soaps, cosmetics and air care products into an existing aggregate exposure model

Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology Volume 88, August 2017, Pages 144156