ECHA Registered Substances Database

https://echa.europa.eu/information-on-chemicals/registered-substances

The data comes from Registration Dossiers submitted to ECHA by the date indicated as last update.

 

ECHA Classification & Labelling Inventory Database

https://echa.europa.eu/information-on-chemicals/cl-inventory-database

This database contains classification and labelling information on notified and registered substances received from manufacturers and importers. It also includes the list of Harmonised Classifications.

Jeff Simpson: It is useful to see the variations in GHS Chemical Hazard Classifications on this database and compare them to the ECHA Registered Substances Database hazard classifications. Be aware that with this database you need to carefully consider the real data for the chemical mixture before you classify, as impurities affect how the companies classify their products.

 

OECD eChemPortal Substance Search

https://www.echemportal.org/echemportal/index.action

eChemPortal provides free public access to information on properties of chemicals by CAS No., Chemical Name; and by Physical Chemical Properties; Ecotoxicity; Environmental Fate and Behaviour; and Toxicity.

eChemPortal allows simultaneous searching of reports and datasets by chemical name and number, by chemical property, and by GHS classification.

TOXNET Toxicology Databases – USA National Library of Medicine

https://toxnet.nlm.nih.gov/index.html

The USA TOXNET is a resource for searching databases on toxicology, hazardous chemicals, environmental health, and toxic releases

 

PubChem Search – USA National Library of Medicine

https://pubchem.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/search/

Open Chemistry Database

 

New Zealand Chemical Classification and Information Database (CCID)

https://www.epa.govt.nz/database-search/

Note: These classifications are mandated by the NZ HSNO Regulations, BUT there are many not quite correct classifications, where the Common Law correct classification would override the not quite correct one. So be very careful with NZ classifications. And when you find a discrepancy, notify the NZ EPA.

Every year NZ reviews classifications on this database that have been advised to not be correct and updates them.

 

NZ Worksafe website

https://worksafe.govt.nz/topic-and-industry/hazardous-substances/

Note: The NZ term “Hazardous Substances” covers the full range of GHS Hazards including Environmentally Hazardous Chemicals.

 

Hazardous Chemicals Information System (GHS Classifications) by Safe Work Australia

Note: These classifications are an aid to Hazard Classification and are not mandated by Australian Regulation.

To Search: http://hcis.safeworkaustralia.gov.au/

NOTE Differences in the Hazardous Substances Information System by Safe Work Australia
which was updated in Dec 2016 with the classifications from the NICNAS IMAP reviews. There are several classifications that are now different from the ECHA Hazardous Chemicals Classifications (e.g. Toluene), which may lead to problems with EU labelled products in Australia.

ALSO the previous cut-off concentrations are no longer listed (as they still are on the ECHA C&LID). Even skin sensitisers which had clear supporting data for cut-off concentrations below the standard GHS %s are not listed. This means you now need to review other databases to decide to classify a hazardous chemical due to a skin sensitising ingredient e.g. CMI/MI biocide in aqueous products at 20ppm.

 

Hazardous Substances Information System (OLD Risk Phrase Classifications) by Safe Work Australia

OLD HSIS Consolidated Listhttp://hcis.safeworkaustralia.gov.au/HCISDocumentation

 

Merck Millipore Laboratory Chemical SDSs have reliable GHS classifications

http://www.merckmillipore.com/AU/en/products/vMqb.qB.GdEAAAE_Mhd3.Lxj,nav

This weblink goes to the Products webpage where you can search (at the top of the page) with a CAS No. or a Chemical Name, where an SDS is part of the information that is available for products in their range.