Those risks must be balanced with the potential for health gains. When it comes to hand-washes, FDA reports:
At this time, the agency does not have evidence that triclosan in antibacterial soaps and body washes provides any benefit over washing with regular soap and water.
(That statement was last updated November 2013.)
This is inconsistent with my doctor's advice (from two decades ago) and my anecdotal experience that triclosan-based antibacterial hand-washes are efficacious at clearing minor skin infections.
Is the use of Triclosan to treat skin infections evidence-based? Have I been treating myself with a placebo?
[For completeness, the US EPA also has concerns.]