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Agriculture Network Information Center Agriculture Network Information Center is a chemical database for agricultural products developed by the USDA. You may use wildcards to search on partial chemical names.
California Environmental Protection Agency (CEPA) The California Environmental Protection Agency; Department of Pesticide Regulation (DPR) provides a chemical database that allows for several types of queries. The DPR database can search using chemical ingredient name, CAS number, DPR chemical code, or multiple variables. The DPR database can also search for pesticide products using multiple variables.
CamSoft: ChemFinder Chemical Database CambridgeSoft ChemFinder is a chemical information database that provides chemical property data, as well as links to other Web sites. ChemFinder allows you to search chemicals by name, formula, melting point, boiling point, CAS number, RN, and chemical structure.
CEPPO's Chemical Accident Investigations Table of chemical accidents including location, date, chemical involved, the consequence of the accident, and links to investigation reports.
CEPPO's Databases and Software This list provides many of the computer programs developed by EPA and other organizations to help facilities comply with regulations, give first responders tools to better plan and prepare for chemical accidents, and help the public understand the chemicals in their community.
Chemical Scorecard The Environmental Defense Fund's Scorecard provides detailed information on more than 5,000 chemicals. You can search for information by typing in the chemical's name (or any common synonym) or the CAS number.
Cornell University MSDS Database
Cornell University: Planning, Design and Construction MSDS database provides a compilation of approximately 325,000 MSDSs in a searchable format. The MSDS database is derived from U.S. Government Department of Defense MSDS database, The Vermont SIRI database, MSDSs from Cornell University Environmental Health and Safety, and other Cornell departments.
DOT Office of Hazardous Materials Safety
DOT Office of Hazardous Materials Safety - Frequently requested documents about hazardous materials can be found on this page.
Environmental Chemicals Data and Information Network (EDCIN)
Environmental Chemicals Data and Information Network (EDCIN) database provides chemical information on physical/chemical properties, production and use, legislation and rules, occupational health and safety, toxicity, concentrations and fate in the environment, detection methods, and hazards.
Extension Toxicology Network (EXTOXNET) The EXtension TOXicology NETwork (EXTOXNET) is a searchable online toxicology database that provides pesticide information profiles, toxicology information briefs, toxicology issues of concern, fact sheets and newsletters. This site is a cooperative effort of University of California-Davis, Oregon State University, Michigan State University, and Cornell University.
Global Information Network on Chemicals The Global Information Network on Chemicals is maintained by the Japanese National Institute of Health Sciences. This database will search multiple online databases, including international and national institutions, as well as private sources. Chemicals can be entered by name or by CAS number. The system includes chemical information of various types (e.g., chemical identification, hazard identification, physical/chemical properties, hazard and risk assessment, risk management, emergency response, and regulatory information).
Hazardous Chemical Database at the University of Akron The University of Akron chemical/MSDS database allows users to search on and retrieve information for any of 1,991 hazardous chemicals based on a key word search. Potential key words include names, formula, and registry numbers (CAS, DOT, RTECS and EPA). Primary resources for this database were 1996 North American Emergency Response Guidebook NAERG96, 1996, Hazardous Chemicals Data, NFPA 49, PC-49-94, 1994 and The Merck Index 11th edition, 1989.
National Institute of Science and Technology (NIST) Chemistry WebBook The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) site contains chemical data compiled by the NIST under the Standard Reference Data Program. The chemical data provided includes formula, molecular weight, CAS registry number, chemical structure drawing, mass spectrum analysis plot, and infrared spectrum analysis data.
National Response Center Incident Summaries National Response Center Incident Summaries - List of incidents tracked by the National Response Center. Each incident has a description and details.
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National Response Center Links National Response Center Links Page. Links include hazardous chemicals in the environment and an extensive list of institutes and associations.
National Safety Council's Environment Writer Chemical Backgrounder Index The National Safety Council's Environment Writer Chemical Backgrounder Index - These backgrounders provide descriptions, chemical properties, health effects, economics, and regulations on various hazardous chemicals.
NIOSH Pocket Guide to Chemical Hazards NIOSH's Online Pocket Guide can be searched on an index of chemicals using the NIOSH number, chemical name or synonym, CAS number, or RTECS number. Search information on exposure limits, DOT IDs, chemical properties, and PPE requirements.
NOAA/NWFSC: MSDS database The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Northwest Fisheries Science Center (NWFSC) division presents a searchable MSDS database of 1,474 MSDSs. This site allows searches on the following MSDS databases: University of Utah Department of Chemistry, Vermont SIRI (Safety Information Resources on the Internet ), Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (Centers for Disease Control), ChemFinder Database Searching (a service of CambridgeSoft Corporation), Chemical Abstracts Service, and The Fisher Scientific Internet Catalog.
Oxford University Chemical Safety Information The Oxford University MSDS database organizes information on several thousand of the most common chemicals in university and industrial laboratories. This database is a browsable listing of approximately 1,800 MSDSs and is maintained by the Physical and Theoretical Chemistry Laboratory at Oxford University. Information is also available in the form of downloadable .pdf files.
Process Safety Management Templates for PSM Programs Safety Info's PSM Web site provides several templates in MS Word and HTML on how to develop a PSM program. The programs are based on OSHA's 1910.119 standard.
Stanford University Chemical Safety Stanford University Chemical Safety Web site is a searchable chemical database. Searches can be completed on chemical name or CAS number. MSDS, storage, and other information is available for chemicals listed in the database.
University of Kentucky MSDS Site The University of Kentucky MSDS Web site contains a comprehensive listing of free Internet MSDS resources. This site does not maintain original information, but aids in directing the user to the right place. Examples of MSDS links offered on this site include government agencies, chemical manufacturers and suppliers, nerve gas, agricultural (pesticides and herbicides), and other useful information.
Vermont Safety Information Resources on the Internet (SIRI) The Vermont SIRI MSDS archive is edited by a medical doctor and a certified industrial hygienist. The site is searchable, with one or more words from the company, product name, or CAS number. This site also links to MSDS information from each manufacturer, and there are additional safety links. The entire archive of 180,000 MSDSs may be downloaded for local use.
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