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Chemical Laboratory Safety

Information to help keep you and your lab safe

Mobile Apps & Software

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CAMEO Chemicals  (Free for iOS) CAMEO Chemicals is a database of hazardous chemical datasheets that emergency responders and planners can use to get response recommendations and predict hazards (such as explosions or toxic fumes). CAMEO Chemicals is developed jointly by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Office of Response and Restoration in partnership with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Office of Emergency Management. This app runs offline.

Chemical Safety Datasheet Logo

Chemical Safety Data Sheets - ICSC  (Free for iOS) Search by chemical name or CAS RN or RTECS number.  Information on fire/explosive hazards and first aid/firefighter response method; eye/skin/ingestion exposure symptoms and first aid treatment; spill response, storage and packaging; physical properties, etc.  Based on International Chemical Safety Cards by IPCS Review committee.

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WISER - Wireless Information for Emergency Responders (Free for all OS) This National Library of Medicine resource is available for download as a standalone application or via WebWISER.  Provides identification, equipment considerations, protective measures, fire procedures, reactivities, first aid treatment and other information for commonly encountered chemicals

Chemical Reactivity Worksheet Logo

Chemical Reactivity Worksheet (Free download) Contains a database of chemical datasheets for thousands of chemicals. The datasheets describe the physical properties, toxicity, and intrinsic reactive hazards of each chemical. Also included is a reactivity prediction worksheet that allows you to see the results of accidental mixing of various chemicals.


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