In their 1982 data sheet,* the Center for Occupational Hazards personnel summarized safe work practices for thymol as follows:
They also say to use ortho-phenyl phenol rather than thymol whenever possible due to the lower toxicity of the o-phenyl phenol.
* "Thymol and o-Phenyl Phenol: Safe Work Practices," by Deborah Nagin and Michael McCann. New York: Center for Occupational Hazards, 1982. 4 pp. $0.75.
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