What’s Cooking with Gas Stoves? Health Effects, Regulations, & Litigation
Presented by Catherine Boston, MPH, DABT & Emily Goswami, M.S., CIH of Roux and Poston E. Pritchett of Shook, Hardy & Bacon LLP
Tuesday, May 16th at 1pm EST
Gas stoves have been in the public spotlight across the United States due to concerns about exposures to emissions. A recent study attributes a portion of childhood asthma to the use of gas stoves and the regulation of gas stoves has been hotly debated. We will investigate the current science related to toxicology, epidemiology, and exposure assessment as it relates to gas stove use. We will also review recent proposed federal and local regulations and the potential for toxic tort litigation.
On this webinar, the presenters will address questions such as:
- What are the potential exposures associated with gas stoves?
- What are the potential health risks?
- How can exposures be controlled?
- What regulations can we expect?
- What are the litigation implications?
Please join Catherine (Catie) Boston, DABT, MPH and Emily Goswami, MS, CIH of Roux and Poston E. Pritchett of Shook, Hardy & Bacon LLP to answer your toxicology, exposure, health risk, regulatory, and legal questions related to gas stoves. Join us by registering via the link below.