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Subject: OSHA Develops Database of Chemical Information

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July 1, 2007  Volume 6, Issue 13

OSHA Develops Database of Chemical Information

OSHA recently launched a database of information on more than 800  
chemicals commonly found in the workplace. The OSHA/EPA Occupational  
Chemical Database allows users to quickly and easily retrieve  
information on chemicals such as their physical properties and  
exposure limits. The database compiles information from several  
government agencies and organizations, including the National  
Institute for Occupational Safety and Health and the Department of  

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