FYI, there is a Superlist Locator for chemical records in the (U.S.) National Library of Medicine’s “ChemIDplus Lite.” This includes (for chemicals on a specific list) California’s Proposition 65 list, Massachusetts’ and Pennsylvania’s Right-to-Know substances, Maine’s Chemicals of Concern, etc. If interested, the Fact Sheet for ChemIDplus is at http://www.nlm.nih.gov/pubs/factsheets/chemidplusfs.html and includes Web links to ChemIDplus Lite and ChemIDplus Advanced.
Pertti (Bert) J. Hakkinen, Ph.D.
Acting Head, Office of Clinical Toxicology, and
Senior Toxicologist, and Toxicology and Environmental Health Science Advisor (to the Director)
Specialized Information Services, National Library of Medicine
National Institutes of Health
You might want to add the OSHA Z list of PELs, at 29 CFR 1910.1000. There are MSDS/chemical inventory services that have these lists already built into their services.
Afternoon all – I am just double checking to make sure I am not missing some obscure regulation out there. I am working on a chemical inventory project and we are trying to build a comprehensive screening list to make sure that all of the appropriate regulations are checked off when a new chemical may be presented.. I have gotten the List of Lists (which convers EPCRA, SARA, RCRA, Clean Air Act) and the CFATS (Anti-Terrorism List) – there used to be an ATF (alcohol, tobacco and firearms) list, but I think it has been rolled into the CFATS list. I know there are exemptions and potential other requirements – if it is a drug precursor (DEA), a bioagent, covered under FIFRA (insecticide, biocide, and/or rodenticide), or a material covered under the NRC.
TSCA is also out there as well and that will relate to use.
Is there anything that I am missing????
Frankie Wood-Black, Ph.D., REM, MBA
Senior Air Consultant
Phone – 307-745-7474
Cell – 580-761-3703
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