HazCom, GHS & SDS's
Green Chemistry/Safer Alternatives
By using this toolkit, businesses can improve worker well-being through eliminating or reducing hazardous chemicals, while creating other benefits.
Welcome to the University of Oregon's Green Chemistry website. In the links that follow there is information about our green chemistry curriculum, research programs, database of educational materials, workshop on incorporating green chemistry into the undergraduate curriculum and our textbook on Greener Organic Chemistry.
E-fact 71: Hazard identification checklist: Occupational safety and health issues associated with green buildinghttps://osha.europa.eu/en/tools-and-publications/publications/e-facts/e-fact-71-hazard-identification-checklist-occupational-safety-and-health-issues-associated-with-green-building/view
This checklist accompanies the e-fact on the same topic and aims to help identify the potential hazards to workers’ safety and health associated with green buildings.
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This blog, by Dr. Kristi Pullen, describes opportunities and limitations of non-animal toxicity testing (high throughput) data, using as a case study the California Safer Consumers Product chemicals of concern list.
The TURI Community projects are organized here by topic area. If you are looking for ideas for your own projects, this is a great place to start. We encourage community groups to replicate and build upon past projects.
The webinars allow for networking and sharing of experiences of government experts in chemical alternatives assessment, both chemical assessment and application. These webinars are open to local, state and federal government agencies. T
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The Interstate Chemicals Clearinghouse (IC2) published today a Guide designed help create safer products and reduce the impact that chemicals have on human health and the environment.
OSHA has developed this step-by-step toolkit to provide employers and workers with information, methods, tools, and guidance on using informed substitution in the workplace.
This four-page fact sheet includes summary results of an alternatives assessment of seven common alternatives to perc. It is provided by Toxic Use Reduction Unit at UMass Lowell.
Here you can find information to support your search for safer alternatives.
Webinar presentations and resources from CROET's June 15, 2012 symposium.
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Have you ever heard the term "green chemistry" and wondered what it's all about? Read our new green chemistry page for definitions, the twelve principles, and links to numerous articles and websites about this emerging and critical topic.
Safer Choice helps consumers, businesses, and purchasers find products that perform well and are safer for human health and the environment.