Thanks everyone on their input on the GHS database. I have some serious discussions with my company’s EHS personnel in my future.
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I most commonly use the ECHA database as they have under “Registered Substances” classifications and labeling determinations that are identified for chemicals under GHS as well as DPD/DSD. I usually select the record that has the widest tonnage band and further one that is a joint submission rather than an individual submission. There is also a wealth of other chemical information by CAS RN to be culled.
I hope this helps!
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There is no database that we aware of for this. There are several universities have ratings online for a number of common chemicals – try googling NFPA 704 ratings – but there is not a real database. There are no compiled ratings for mixtures since their properties are different.
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