SciveraLENS Rapid Screen makes managing lists of chemicals even easier
Today Scivera further enhanced Rapid Screen users’ ability to easily wrangle the increasing number and constantly changing lists of chemicals of concern or general interest.
Today Scivera further enhanced Rapid Screen users’ ability to easily wrangle the increasing number and constantly changing lists of chemicals of concern or general interest. SciveraLENS Rapid Screen tracks your chemicals of interest against regulatory lists like California Proposition 65 List of Carcinogens and Reproductive Toxins (“CA PROP 65”) and even preferred chemicals lists like the US EPA Safer Choice Program’s Safer Chemicals Ingredient List (“SCIL”).
With today’s enhancement, Rapid Screen users can filter on any of the over 250 lists and sublists Scivera’s team of board-certified toxicologists and researchers manages and monitors for our customers. By clicking on the filter icon in the upper right of the Lists function in Rapid Screen (see highlighted red circle in screenshot), users can filter on list name, most recent change date, and a variety of other variables.
Scivera’s team takes list management several steps further than most tools or spreadsheets: Most regulatory lists include general statements about groups of chemicals (e.g., “Mercury and its compounds”) that makes list management a guessing game when done in a conventional way. Scivera’s experts incorporate the chemicals that fit those groups so they are included in your screening process in SciveraLENS. Even better, Rapid Screen delivers an alert to you when any list of interest changes for any of your Rapid Screen chemicals of interest.
Take charge of your chemicals management with the power of SciveraLENS. Start with basic list screening. Move on to tracking underlying human and environmental health attributes for alternatives assessment and sustainable chemistry. Take a test drive today.