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By BlazeTech Corp. ADORA (Atmospheric Dispersion of Reacting Agents) is a Safety & Environmental Consequence Analysis tool available for organizations involved in environmental impact assessments for intentional or accidental discharge of hazardous chemicals that react with air, moisture or each other.
ADORA particularly models: OBOD (Open Burn and Open Detonation) applications, Spills of chemicals that react with moisture (e.g., halogenated compounds and silanes), and Fires and Explosions of chemical mixtures. With its 2100+ chemical database (phases included), ADORAv2.1 has been validated against test data and was selected for use in Toxic Release Inventory Reporting at 13 Ammunition depots of the US Army.
By CRC Press LLC. The Agrochemicals and Pesticides Desk Reference CD contains information about 137 pesticides, serves as a primer of environmental toxicology, and includes a trade name index. Profiles of each pesticide provide: regulatory information; toxicity assessments; environmental fate data; physical properties; and acceptable exposure limit values.
By Accelrys Inc. (formerly ChemSW, Inc.). The Amphibian Ecotoxicity Database - Xenopus consists of the chemical structures and associated chemical/physical properties of 86 industrial compounds. Toxicity data for Xenopus laevis was compiled from the handbook Ecotoxicity of Chemicals to Amphibians - Volume 1. Ecotoxicity data, where available for individual compounds, includes: embryo lethality at 24, 48, and 96 hours; embryo teratogenicity at 48 and 96 hours; 48 hour lethality at 3-4 weeks of life; and 48 hour highest concentration with no lethality at 3-4 weeks of life.
By 3E Company. SAP EH&S is an integrated compliance module of SAP used by many companies as the basis for their global chemical regulatory compliance program. The full benefits of SAP EH&S can be better optimized when comprehensive content, prepared by regulatory experts, is integrated into the SAP EH&S application. This content includes regulatory data covering the geographical scope of the user's business, Expert Rules to automate checking products against regulations and running complicated classification calculations, a library of phrases covering each of the languages which need to be used for documents, and document templates reflecting the current regulatory requirements and best practice for each of the countries in the user's business scope.
By 3E Company. Ariel WebInsight is an online chemical regulatory compliance reference tool that puts global EH&S compliance information one click away. Ariel WebInsight's web browser interface provides access to regulatory information, including more than 550 regulatory lists covering nearly 5,000 classes of chemical substances spanning more than 50 countries around the world.
By CRC Press LLC. The 2003 version of ATSDR 's Toxicological Profiles on CD-ROM is a database of toxicological and epidemiological information. The CD is organized by route of exposure (inhalation, oral, and dermal). Each profile includes an examination, summary, and interpretation of available toxicological and epidemiological data evaluations on the hazardous substance.
By National Technical Information Service (NTIS). This 1994 model, which is a combination oil properties database and oil weathering, is designed to provide spill behavior information to emergency responders. Typical output is in the form of graphs that display changes in oil properties and tables or pie charts that display the amount of oil evaporated, dispersed, or remaining in the slick. The oil database has been updated to include more oils and oil properties.
By Business and Legal Reports, Inc. (BLR). Information on workplace chemicals regulated in the United States by OSHA, EPA, DOT, and states.
By ChemADVISOR, Inc. ChemADVISOR Online combines two long standing regulatory information sources into one standard interface. Now using one log in ID, you can search the LOLI Database, the Transportation Database and the OHS Pure Substance Database of pre-written (M)SDSs.
By Bloomberg BNA / Bureau of National Affairs, Inc. Determine how a chemical is regulated with easy access to more than 3,000 federal, state, and international lists.
By Environmental Science Ltd. A chemical database that enables the user to check and cross reference hazard classification, exposure and concentration limits, toxicological properties, UK and European transport regulations. Helps in preparing MSDS (SDS)and COSHH assessment(UK). Information from UK government publications, European sources and Environmental Science Ltd's own database included. Regular updates on subscription. Free demo version available as download from www.esl-uk.com
By Accelrys Inc. (formerly ChemSW, Inc.). The ChemaElectrica Database contains over 5400 molecules of pharmaceuticals, pesticides, flavors and fragrances, solvents, surfactants, gasses, amino acids, and more.
By EMS Logic Inc. Contains several EPA chemical lists, state regulatory lists and Canada's DSL and NDSL lists.
By SOLUTIONS Software Corporation. Combines search and reporting capabilities with frequently-used Federal, State and International chemical lists. You can search on CAS Number, Chemical Name, Molecular Formula, or even, Former CAS Numbers. Use Boolean search operators or wildcard symbols (“*”). to assist in searching. Two chemical databases included are the TSCA Chemical Inventory and SARA Title III "List of Lists".
By Bloomberg BNA / Bureau of National Affairs, Inc. This authoritative bulletin keeps you current on significant developments and issues in the field of chemical regulation, with detailed, daily coverage.
By Bloomberg BNA / Bureau of National Affairs, Inc. Get complete, dependable coverage of the regulation of every stage in the chemical life cycle in this multi-part service, offering comprehensive news, an encyclopedic collection of full-text documents, A-to-Z hazmat guidance, and accurate listings on 80,000 regulated substances.
By Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS). With CHEMpendium you have access to information on chemical hazards, workplace safety, regulatory compliance, emergency response, transport of hazardous materials, environmental data and more. Search one, some or all of the databases in the collection. Regular updates keep you current.
By Alcumus Holdings Limited (formerly Sypol). A web based COSHH management software system. Users have access to a database of COSHH risk assessments and all the supporting information. The screens lead the user through the simple traffic light system of material identification and show the appropriate assessment, offering suitable alternatives where necessary. The resulting risk assessment sheet displays all the details for controlling the risk associated with the material, making the next step easy by using Pictograms to reference the correct risk control required.
By Croner (formerly Norton-Waugh). A subscription to Croner-i CHEM-BANK provides the information to assist in migrating the risks to health and the environment and can be used to compile data sheets, and there is also legislative and compliance information, best practice and more. Updated regularly. Croner-i CHEM-BANK is a source of data on thousands of potentially hazardous chemicals. It combines six key databanks designed to complement each other: IRIS (Integrated Risk Information Systems); RTECS (Registry of Toxic Effects of Chemical Substances); HSDB (Hazardous Substances Data Bank); OHMTADS (Oil and Hazardous Material, Technical Assistance Data Systems); CHRIS 2000 (Chemical Hazard Response Information System); and TSCA (Toxic Substances Control Act).
By Croner (formerly Norton-Waugh). An online information service providing access to chemical legislation and best practice. Also contained is official guidance from the HSE, and a comprehensive searchable database of over 100,000 substances, providing you with all the information you need for the day-to-day management of hazardous and dangerous substances.
By Croner (formerly Norton-Waugh). Croner-i REACH & CLP is an online service providing a comprehensive searchable substances database to assist in compliance with the REACH and CLP regulations. It is a fully integrated and cross-linked inventory based on the EINECS, ELINCS, NLP and a corrected ECHA (European Chemicals Agency) Pre-registration list and the official list of hazardous substances for which harmonised classification and labelling information has been agreed at Community level, and other important EU inventories covering wastes, cosmetics and plant protection products.
By Thomson Reuters Scientific (formerly Institute for Scientific Information (ISI)). Current Contents/Physical, Chemical & Earth Sciences® provides easy access to complete tables of contents, abstracts, bibliographic information and all other significant items in recently published editions of over 1,050 leading journals.
By Croner (formerly Norton-Waugh). This guide explains to employers and Dangerous Goods Safety Advisors (DGSAs) their duties under UK regulations concerning the carriage of dangerous goods by road and rail. The service includes a range of model forms in both paper and electronic fomats, helping your business to fulfill its obligations effiiciently, and contains details of the DGSA training syllabus, with model questions and answers, to help candidates prepare for examinations. The CD-ROM version contains a database of over 2000 chemical substances, enabling you to find the UN number, packing group, labelling requirements and Tremcard reference for the transport for a substance quickly.
By Atrion International, Inc. Atrion’s DataLink for EHS works in conjunction with the SAP® EH&S™ component and supplies critical chemical & regulatory data via an efficient data loading mechanism for updating the SAP R3® database. In addition, real-time updating of the SAP R3® Servers is achieved without the need of a staging area or having to re-map any information.
By Technical Database Services, Inc. A software tool which provides instant access to physical property, environmental and safety data for more than 1900 industrial chemicals.
By National Technical Information Service (NTIS). This 1996 datafile is an integration of three existing EPA datafiles, AQUIRE, Phytotox, and Terretox. It includes toxicity data, derived predominantly from the peer-reviewed literature, for aquatic organisms, terrestrial plants and wildlife species, respectively. Each Ecotox test record contains information about the chemical, organism, exposure condition and observed effect under which the toxicity test was conducted.
By Nova Metrix , LLC (formerly Schlumberger Water Services). Enviro-Base Pro is a database, designed to provide a wide variety of referenced property information for users seeking data related to hydrogeological modeling and report writing. With the ability to add and edit information, Enviro-Base Pro enables a user to consolidate their important data and references into one package that can be easily searched and updated. The Enviro-Base Pro database is comprised of Soil Properties, Chemical Properties, Half-Life, Drinking Water Standards, Adsorption, and Dispersivity.
By National Technical Information Service (NTIS). The chemical fact sheets contained in this notebook provide a hazard summary for each of the hazardous air pollutants specified in the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990. These chemicals include volatile organic chemicals, chemicals used as pesticides and herbicides, inorganic chemicals, and radionuclides. These brief summaries are intended to provide a quick reference for pertinent toxicity information and to indicate where more comprehensive and primary information can be found. 1995.
By ERA Environmental Consulting, Inc. Features an integrated database and includes regulatory tracking and reporting capabilities for SARA 312 (Tier II reporting) and SARA 313 (TRI tracking , Form R Reporting), Canadian Reports (NPRI & Ontario Rule 127), air emissions management, and waste management. Includes a built-in master chemical list with 9000 chemicals.
By Quantum Compliance. Using this FacTS module, users can develop and maintain regulatory lists from any source. Data associated to each list includes issuing agency, regulated substance, and reportable quantity, including units. Name or CAS number may define regulated substances. Reports can be run comparing usage/inventory records against the listed substances and associated reportable quantities.
By Chemwatch. A database of more than 900 global regulatory lists plus physical, environmental and toxicological properties. Galleria Chemica includes tools for searching, sorting, and exporting data. The data are referenced and notated.
By Vance Publishing Corporation. Includes all product information in the Greenbook database, including all labels and MSDSs available in the Crop Protection Reference, Turf & Ornamental Reference, and MSDS Reference.
By CRC Press LLC. The handbook presents environmentally relevant physical-chemical property data pertaining to numerous groups of chemical substances, culled from peer-reviewed journals and other valuable sources on over 1200 chemicals. It also provides new data on the temperature dependence of selected physical-chemical properties, allowing scientists and engineers to perform better chemical assessments for climatic conditions outside the most commonly reported 20-25-degree range.
By Genium Group Inc. This Genium web site features frequently needed data about hazardous chemicals commonly used in the workplace. Includes Genium's MSDS collection.
By LOGICAL Technology, Inc. LOGICAL has compiled over 170 lists and 70,000 chemicals and categories to make the Regulated Substance Database (RegSub) a comprehensive list of lists. The specialized chemical database combines information on hazardous chemicals, regulated chemicals and advisory chemicals. More than just a hazardous chemical list, the bibliography provided makes the chemical database a starting point for environmental, health and safety regulations. The Regulated Substance Database Module drives many of the environmental reports in the Environmental Reporting Module. When combined in HAZMIN with the MSDS Module and the Environmental Reporting Module, the components of MSDSs can be aggregated into one chemical name for reporting purposes or the inventories of all of the chemicals can be calculated for a regulation.
By Accelrys Inc. (formerly ChemSW, Inc.). The High Production Volume (HPV) Chemicals Database consists of the chemical structures and calculated chemical/physical properties of 1,583 industrial compounds produced in or imported into the United States in excess of one million pounds per year.
By Accelrys Inc. (formerly ChemSW, Inc.). HSC Chemistry offers a way to solve chemical reaction problems on your personal computer. The HSC has a wide range of application possibilities in industry, research and education. All calculations utilize automatically integrated thermochemical database that includes more than 11000 compounds.
By Accelrys Inc. (formerly ChemSW, Inc.). The Human/Animal Developmental Toxicity Data Base consists of the chemical structures and associated chemical/physical properties of 157 organic compounds (pharmaceutical, agrochemical, industrial) listed in Jelovsek et. al. (Obstetrics & Gynecology 74:624-636; 1989).
By Accelrys Inc. (formerly ChemSW, Inc.). The Industrial Solvents Developmental Toxicity Data Base consists of the chemical structures and associated chemical/physical properties of 94 individual solvents listed in Schardein's third edition of "Chemically Induced Birth Defects".
By Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS). IPCS INCHEM consolidates thousands of current peer-reviewed publications and database records from international bodies. It allows you to search, view, compare, link, bookmark and print information, including: environmental health criteria publications, health and safety guides, international chemical safety cards, pesticide data sheets, toxicological evaluations of pesticides, food additives and contaminants, and residues of veterinary drugs in food and more.
By Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS). Produced through cooperation between the International Programme on Chemical Safety (IPCS) at the World Health Organization and the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS), the IPCS INTOX System is an information management tool for poison centres and others dealing with toxic exposures.
By SAP AG / Technidata. A database of existing chemicals is being compiled by the European Chemicals Bureau (ECB). The database includes all data sets submitted by industry following council regulations (EEC) 793/93 on the "evaluation and control of risks of existing substances." The regulation mandates that industry submit all readily available data on High Production Volume Chemicals (HPVCs).
By ChemADVISOR, Inc. The LOLI (List Of LIsts) Database contains over 5,000 regulatory lists from around the world, including environmental, health and safety, international, inventories, and reference material necessary for Material Safety Data Sheet ((M)SDS) preparation. LOLI is updated on a weekly basis through our website with quarterly update CDs provided for other data formats.
By ChemADVISOR, Inc. Enables users to efficiently research and utilize global regulatory environmental, health, safety, and transportation information available in the LOLI Regulatory Database.
By ChemADVISOR, Inc. ChemADVISOR's solution to provide the LOLI database in an SAP environment.
By Thomson Reuters MICROMEDEX. Clinical information to make treatment decisions including a calculators tab with 22 separate dosing, laboratory value, antidote, and measurement calculators, and tabs for Trissel's™ 2 IV compatibility, drug identification with images, comprehensive drug interaction checking, and Tox & Drug Product Lookup for quick substance identification.
By A V Systems, Inc. Provides SARA Title III Section 313 compliance. The step-by-step guidance leads the user through chemical identification, usage, release determination, exceptions, and exemptions. A large chemical database includes all listed Section 313 toxic chemicals and 11,000 category chemicals that are not individually listed by the EPA. It includes a chemical-category locator function and a special-condition qualifier (include or exempt certain reportable chemicals). A mass balance feature accounts for all chemical usage.
By A V Systems, Inc. The SARA/Tier Reporting module provides materials and chemical components data management and state/local Tier reporting compliance. It covers Title III Section 302, 304, 311 & 312 compliance including reporting for Tier I, Tier II, MSDS chemical list, emergency release (spill) notification, and emergency planning. It also includes capabilities for Federal Tier II magnetic media submission. Includes a hazardous material database made of Title III Section 312 chemicals with chemical data and legislative status. The search function locates chemicals and materials using the CAS number or full or partial chemical/material name. Automatic unit conversion converts into EPA-required "pounds" for reporting. Also includes an import function.
By Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS). MSDS is a comprehensive database of more than 200,000 Material Safety Data Sheets, obtained directly from 1,200 North American manufacturers and suppliers. CHEMINFO contains chemical profile information for more than 1,300 important workplace chemicals including fire and reactivity hazards and safe work practices.
By CAS (formerly Chemical Abstracts Service). A CD reference tool with chemical substance information listed in 13 major national regulatory inventories from around the world.
By National Technical Information Service (NTIS). The 1994 National Exposure Registry: Trichloroethylene (TCE) Subregistry' contains data on approximately 4,000 persons and is the first CD-ROM product released in the National Exposure Registry Series. This CD-ROM is composed of three files: Demographics and Health, Mortality, and Environmental. The CD-ROM includes access software, the Statistical Export and Tabulation System (SETS).
By National Technical Information Service (NTIS). The NIOSH Pocket Guide to Chemical Hazards (NPG) 2005 is intended as a source of general industrial hygiene information on several hundred chemicals/classes for workers, employers, and occupational health professionals. On CD-ROM with search and retrieval software.
By Kelleher,Helmrich & Associates, Inc. KHA Environmental replaces spreadsheets with a single database for environmental calculations. KHA provides updates of more than 150,000 chemicals through its Software Subscription Service (SSS).
By Accelrys Inc. (formerly ChemSW, Inc.). PCID is a pure chemical compounds database. With a database of over 69,000 pure chemical compounds, PCID contains hazard, health, and physical properties with NFPA ratings (all include CAS numbers) for the compounds.
By AristaTek, Inc. The PEAC-WMD software includes integrated mapping, GPS connectivity, over 100,000 chemical names, synonyms & trade names, six modeling tools, and much more. The PEAC-WMD software has critical features to support the First Responder when dealing with both Hazmat and CBRNE events.
By CRC Press LLC. Properties of Organic Compounds on CD-ROM contains more than 29,000 of the most commonly sought organic compounds, featuring physical data, spectral data, and structures. With a high-quality display, powerful search capabilities, high-resolution output, and superior help utility, this relational database acts as an easy-to-use tool for identifying unknown compounds or for locating additional data and references for a known compound.
By CRC Press LLC. This electronic database covers 564 of the most common solvents used in industry, academic research, and general commerce. These organic solvents find applications as carriers for paints, medications, cleaning agents, and a host of other active ingredients. Health hazards and safety guidelines are covered, including the limiting values for airborne exposure, carcinogenicity status, flammability, and various official hazard ratings.
By CRC Press LLC. Properties of Pesticides, available on a 3.5" disk, focuses on 386 of the most commonly-used pesticide chemicals registered by the EPA. This electronic product can be used to locate additional data and references for a known compound or identify an unknown compound that meets a given search criteria.
By Atrion International, Inc. A collection of chemical and regulatory information. Includes global products that provide all national inventories for regulated markets worldwide and information on over 204,000 unique regulated chemicals linked through synonym names.
By RegScan, Inc. LOLO (Lists of Lists Online) is the name of the RegScan GCS online regulated chemical list service. With it, you can search for over one million chemical synonyms by name or registry number.
By Thomson Reuters MICROMEDEX. Databases to help you evaluate human reproductive risks of drugs, chemical, and physical/environmental agents.
By Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS). The NIOSH Registry of Toxic Effects of Chemical Substances (RTECS) provides critical toxicological information with detailed citations on more than 148,000 common and rare chemical substances. Access authoritative information from more than 2,500 international journals, textbooks, technical reports, scientific proceedings and compendia. Includes toxicological data and reviews, international workplace exposure limits, references to U.S. standards and regulations, analytical methods, and exposure and hazard survey data. Search detailed toxicity data and reviews - including hard-to-find tumorigenic data, carcinogenicity status, reproductive effects and mutagenic effects -- using a master index and comprehensive library of toxic effects codes.
By CAS (formerly Chemical Abstracts Service). A research tool that allows you to access a large collection of biochemical, chemical, chemical engineering, medical, and other related information (including CAplus and MEDLINE). You can explore one single source for scientific information in journals and patent literature from around the world. Locate past and current chemical information by chemical substance (or reaction), research topic, author name, or reference. Comes with a reaction query tool that enables you to build and explore reaction queries, including the ability to specify reaction sites and map atoms in the reactant to the product.
By CAS (formerly Chemical Abstracts Service). STN is an online database service that provides global access to published research, journal literature, patents, structures, sequences, properties, and other data. Topics include bioscience, biotechnology, business, chemistry, energy, engineering, health and safety, material science, medicine, patents, pharmacology, toxicology, and more.
By Croner (formerly Norton-Waugh). The CD-ROM contains a database of over 2000 commonly used chemical substances, plus Croner Software Chemical Management. Store substance information together with inventory and supplier details, plus work step-by-step through COSHH assessments, storing completed assessments to develop your own permanent record.
By SAP AG / Technidata. Product, environmental, chemical and health & safety compliance solutions that integrate compliance processes into materials management, production, human resources and sales, making communicating with your customers, suppliers and partners easier. This gives you a more effective basis for managing processes such as collecting and evaluating material data and drawing up safety data sheets or Tremcards while also supporting an ongoing process of improvement. Integrates management processes for accidents, claims, and hazardous substances into procurement, storage, health and safety, and security processes.
By National Technical Information Service (NTIS). This CD-ROM product contains the series of final, harmonized test guidelines that have been developed by the Office of Prevention, Pesticides and Toxic Substances(OPPTS), U.S. EPA for use in the testing of pesticides and toxic substances, and the development of test data that must be submitted to the EPA for review under the Toxic Substances Control Act (15 U.S.C. 2601) and the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide and Rodenticide Act (7 U.S.C. 136, et seq.). 1997.
By National Technical Information Service (NTIS). This consolidated chemical list includes chemicals subject to reporting requirements under Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA) and Section 112(r) of the Clean Air Act. 2001.
By National Technical Information Service (NTIS). The TSCA Chemical Substances Inventory lists the latest public information on more than 62,000 chemicals or chemical substances manufactured or imported into the U.S. for commercial purposes as defined under the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA).
By ChemADVISOR, Inc. The Transportation Advisor contains all of the information from the U.S. DOT and Canadian TDG hazardous materials tables in a database fromat. This includes proper shipping names, packing groups, CFR notations, synonyms, and more. The data can be uploaded into other programs or used in conjunction with ChemADVISOR's ChemSDS+ product.
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By Environmental Science Ltd. WASPS Software provides on a single page "WASP" Sheet, a highly visual presentations of the degree of harm which hazardous chemicals can cause, the risk of fire or explosion, and the degree of risk to the environment. The program also offers the facility to use the WASPS sheets to carry out straightforward COSHH assessments based on the Health & Safety Executive’s COSHH Essentials techniques.