A listing of helpful General Chemical websites is available at:
A quick-reference guide on how to work safely with chemicals.
Includes information on occupational exposures to hazardous chemicals.
An index of the chemical safety letters that have appeared in C&EN since 1993. The index is alphabetized by the chemical involved in the letter.
Provided by: The National Library of Medicine. Includes links to materials on nanotechnology uses and environmental concerns. Also included are links to databases, maps, regulations and policy, and TOXNET and PubMed searches.
Prepared by the National Academy of Sciences. Summaries provide basic information on the toxicity, flammability, reactivity, and explosivity of chemicals commonly used in research laboratories.
By Dr. James A. Kaufman while he worked for the Dow Chemical Company.
By American Industrial Hygiene Association Laboratory Health and Safety Committee. Compilation of laboratory safety incidents.
The NIOSH Pocket Guide to Chemical Hazards is intended as a source of general industrial hygiene information on several hundred chemicals/classes for workers, employers, and health and safety professionals.
By ACS Committee on Chemical Safety The information presented in this manual is adaptable to all laboratories, educational institutions and workplaces using chemicals.
Chemistry Laboratory Information Profiles (CLIPs) are provided courtesy of the Journal of Chemical Education.