The Pistoia Alliance Chemical Safety Library (CSL) provides unique crowd sourced data content containing hazardous reactions that can be used to alert scientists to potential dangerous experiments. CAS, a division of the American Chemical Society, is committed to increasing safety in the lab and has provided this open access platform to serve scientists worldwide.
Developed by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the goal of ChemView is to identify the risks of chemicals used in consumer and industrial applications. The database can be searched by chemical name or CAS registry number, and narrowed by selecting use, chemical category, and effects. The results include data submitted to the EPA, EPA assessments, and EPA actions.
Haz-Map is an occupational toxicology database that ties together three types of information: hazardous agents, occupational diseases, and high risk jobs. The database may be entered using one of these types of information.
The Household Products Database links consumer products to health effects listed in Safety Data Sheets. Find out the ingredients in a product and their health effects. Search the database or browse by product category, product name, or manufacturer
Based on the format described in Prudent Practices in the Laboratory: Handling and Management of Chemical Hazards, LCSS contains chemical hazard and safety information in the records of PubChem compounds.
Developed by the American Chemical Society, this online report in PDF format serves as guidelines and best practices for chemical hazard analyis in academic chemistry laboratories.
Online version of the popular chemical safety handbook, searchable by name and CAS number.
Search for & retrieve Materials Safety Data Sheets.
This site is a gateway to numerous Web sites that make their material safety data sheets freely available.