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Material Data Safety Sheets (MSDS) have valuable information concerning
substances used in the workplace. This is a collection of useful MSDS-related links.
You may also be interested in the history of the MSDS.
Official Government Information:
- ChemFinder -- is a name,
formula, MW, CAS, and substructure searchable chemical database.
The ChemFinder WebServer indexes over 150 chemical information sites.
- Interactive Learning Paradigms, Inc. has a
variety of MSDS tools, an extensive glossary and a huge list of links to MSDS sources.
- Oxford University
-- is a nice site which includes a glossary, MSDS data on general
chemicals, plus special sections for gases, carcinogens, and peroxides.
- Vermont SIRI -- Once
connected, you will be given instructions on how to search the MSDS
archive. This site also has links to other MSDS sites.
University has a good MSDS site.
- MSDSOnline.Com allows you
to search by chemical name and company name. Free registration required;
for a fee, you can have access to lots of other options.
- MSDS Search is an attempt to
produce "one stop shopping" for all your MSDS needs. The site has lots
of links to MSDS databases and in the future promises to have a "master"
database of MSDS information.
- MSDSsolutions has a large
database. Free registration is required for access.
- MSDS Provider is a place
to search for manufacturer specific MSDS sources.
- MSDS Xchange can be searched
by manufacturer or chemical, and has extensive health and safety links.
Scientific has an online catalogue with integrated MSDS information, along with a dedicated
MSDS Search page.
Sigma-Aldrich has an online MSDS and product search area.
EPA Fact Sheets -- These are documents which contain similar information
to an MSDS. Once connected you will get a list of chemicals. Choose the
chemical which you are interested in to get the fact sheet or give you
a link to additional information.
Chemical Safety Cards.
- University System of
Georgia -- has a limited collection of MSDSs, but they have some
unusual stuff in their collection.
- EXTOXNET, the EXtension TOXicology
NETwork at Oregon State University, provides a variety of information about pesticides.
- University of Akron
has a searchable hazardous material database.
- ChemExper is a searchable MSDS
database in Belgium.
- New Jersey
Department of Health and Senior Services Right to Know Hazardous
Substances Fact Sheets.
- Agency for Toxic
substances and Disease Registry has hazardous substance fact sheets.
- EPA Chemical Fact Sheets.
- VWR Scientific has online
MSDS in their catalog.
- Electronic Space Products
International has their MSDS data online in Adobe Acrobat format.
- Instant Chemical
Hazards and Safety Data has safety information on a small number
of chemicals plus links to other sites.
- Reade Advanced Materials
has a list of links to MSDS sites plus other safety related information.
- Seton, a safety products
company, has an extensive library of not only MSDS data, but also workplace
safety and environmental regulation information.
- Emedco has a similarly