The information currently available on the effects of nanomaterials on human health is very limited for most nanomaterials, and since they do not behave like the same material on their micro or macrometric scale, their effects cannot be extrapolate to the nanometric scale, for this reason it is very important to continue researching to expand knowledge in this regard.
But you should not be afraid of nanomaterials since 90% are of natural origin caused by volcanic activity, fires and pollen.
From the normative point of view there is no specific regulation for its use either at European or international level, although there are recommendations and manuals for the use of nanomaterials. Currently, the regulations for the prevention of occupational hazards in matters of health protection and safety of workers against risks of chemical agents are applied, and the European regulation regarding the registration, evaluation, authorization and restriction of chemical substances and preparations (REACH) on classification, labeling and packaging of substances and mixtures (known as the CLP regulation).
From Phi 4 Technology one of our main objectives is the continuous training of our workers, which makes us very competitive and allows us to give our customers the best solutions in the market. All this accompanied by exhaustive controls of production and quality, which guarantees both the safety of our workers and compliance with the most restrictive present and future laws.