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L’Anses met à disposition une base de données sur plus de 500 valeurs toxicologiques de référence
L'Agence poursuit depuis 2004 la réalisation d'un programme national sur les valeurs toxicologiques de référence (VTR). Les VTR sont des indicateurs biologiques qui permettent de qualifier ou quantifier sur une base scientifique un risque pour la santé humaine lié à l'exposition à une substance chimique. Elles sont utiles pour les différents acteurs de la gouvernance des risques : entreprises, expertise publique et autorités chargées de la gestion du risque. L'Anses publie une base de données regroupant...
EPA releases formerly confidential chemical information
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is making available hundreds of studies on chemicals that were previously treated as confidential business information (CBI). EPA Administrator Lisa P. Jackson said the move will increase transparency and enhance the agency's chemicals management program. Newly available information can be found using EPA's Chemical Data Access Tool. Since 2009, 577 formerly confidential chemical identities are no longer confidential and more than 1,000 health and safety studies are now accessible to the public that were previously unavailable or only available...
Introducing the SINLIST
ChemSec, The International Chemical Secretariat, is a non-profit organisation dedicated to working towards a toxic free environment. Based in Göteborg, Sweden, ChemSec was founded in 2002 by four Swedish environmental organisations: Swedish Society for Nature Conservation, WWF Sweden, Nature and Youth and Friends of the Earth Sweden. These NGOs are the ChemSec member organisations and are represented on the ChemSec board. ChemSec operates through support from a broad spectrum of society. A main contributor is the Swedish Government, but ChemSec also receives financial support from charitable...
eChemPortal: Global Portal to Information on Chemical Substances
Users of eChemPortal are now able to search specific endpoint properties for substances contained in The Ecological Categorization Results from Canada Database. This Database contains the ecological categorization results for substances on the Canadian Domestic substance list and the supporting data on: Inherent toxicity, Persistency and Bioaccumulation. Source : http://www.oecd.org/document/9/0,3343,en_2649_34379_35211849_1_1_1_1,00.html
EPA Improves Access to Information on Hundreds of Chemicals
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is making it easier to find data about chemicals. EPA is releasing two databases - the Toxicity Forecaster database (ToxCastDB) and a database of chemical exposure studies (ExpoCastDB) - that scientists and the public can use to access chemical toxicity and exposure data. Improved access supports EPA Administrator Lisa P. Jackson's priorities of protecting Americans' health by assuring the safety of chemicals and expanding the conversation on environmentalism. Source : http://yosemite.epa.gov/opa/admpress.nsf/0/f7b2e8162ff521b4852578b0005c7edb?OpenDocument

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