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Enhesa Sustainable Chemistry’s toxicology team monitor hundreds of globally recognized chemicals lists. These are all available for screening in SciveraLENS.

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The Enhesa team manages and maintains over 500 lists and sub lists and makes these available to SciveraLENS subscribers for instant screening. Our Toxicologists review hundreds of globally recognized lists that are created by regulatory agencies, organizations, NGOs, etc. We add the lists that matter most to our customers into SciveraLENS so that you can quickly see if any of your chemicals appear on a list of interest. In addition to monitoring these lists and making sure that you always have the most complete and up-to-date list when screening your chemicals, our Toxicologists also expand any lists that include chemical groups or families. This means that we identify all CAS numbers associated with a chemical group or family so that you get the most complete and accurate screening results. If anything changes on a list that you’re tracking, you’ll receive real-time alerts letting you know of the change.

You’ll notice that our lists have identifiers in their titles so you can quickly see what category each list is in:

  • Authoritative: Authoritative lists come from recognized experts that identify known hazards and are considered reliable and high confidence sources.
    Examples include: IARC – Cancer Monographs Carcinogen Groups, NTP-OHAT Lists
  • Group: Group lists identify chemical groups, often these have known hazard characteristics but not all group lists indicate a particular hazard level.
    Examples include Aluminum, Azo Dyes, Mercury, Toluene Diisocyanates
  • Hazard: Hazard lists identify known hazards but are considered less authoritative and comprehensive sources. These hazards are assigned with lower confidence.
    Examples include: AOEC – Asthmagens, Lancet – Grandjean & Landrigan Neurotoxic Chemical, TEDX
  • Inventory: Inventory lists do not indicate specific hazards, only that a CASRN is present on a list of known chemicals generally by a regulatory body and/or country.
    Examples include Canada DSL
  • Organization: Organization lists include non-governmental organizations and other sources; these are often sector specific.
    Examples include AAFA, AFIRM, BIFMA, ChemSec, Cradle to Cradle, Safer Chemicals Healthy Families, ZDHC MRSL
  • Preferred: Preferred lists indicate low hazard, generally for a particular endpoint, but can also be for a chemical overall.
    Examples include EPA Safer Chemical Ingredient List
  • Regulatory: Regulatory lists are those published by regulatory authorities, including country lists and specific agencies within countries.
    Examples include California Proposition 65, ECHA, EU REACH, Oregon Health Authority, US EPA, US FDA, Washington State CHCC

 

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[Authoritative] Association of Occupational and Environmental Clinics (AOEC)-Asthmagens
[Authoritative] CDC Human Exposure to Environmental Chemicals
[Authoritative] California Safer Consumer Products Candidate Chemicals: Full Candidate Chemical List
[Authoritative] EU SCCS – Fragrance Allergens – Established fragrance contact allergens of special concern (single chemicals only)
[Authoritative] EU SCCS – Fragrance Allergens – Fragrance substances categorised as established contact allergens in animals
[Authoritative] EU SCCS – Fragrance Allergens – Fragrance substances categorised as possible contact allergens
[Authoritative] EU SCCS – Fragrance Allergens – Established contact allergens in humans
[Authoritative] EU SCCS – Fragrance Allergens – Fragrance substances categorised as likely contact allergens by combination of evidence
[Authoritative] European Commission – Ozone depletion substances
[Authoritative] IARC – Cancer Monographs Carcinogens (CARC)-Group 2A
[Authoritative] IARC – Cancer Monographs Carcinogens (CARC)-Group 1
[Authoritative] IARC – Cancer Monographs Carcinogens (CARC)-Group 2B
[Authoritative] NTP-OHAT–Some Evidence of Adverse Effects – Developmental Toxicity
[Authoritative] NTP-OHAT-Clear Evidence of Adverse Effects – Developmental Toxicity
[Authoritative] NTP-OHAT-Clear Evidence of Adverse Effects – Reproductive Toxicity
[Authoritative] NTP-OHAT-Limited Evidence of Adverse Effects- Developmental Toxicity
[Authoritative] NTP-OHAT-Limited Evidence of Adverse Effects- Reproductive Toxicity
[Authoritative] NTP-OHAT-Some Evidence of Adverse Effects – Reproductive Toxicity
[Authoritative] OSPAR Chemicals for Priority Action Part A
[Authoritative] Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs)
[Authoritative] US CDC – Occupational Carcinogens National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH-C)
[Authoritative] US NIH-National Toxicology Program (NTP) Report on Carcinogens Known To Be Human Carcinogens
[Authoritative] US NIH-National Toxicology Program (NTP) Report on Carcinogens Reasonably Anticipated To Be Human Carcinogens

[GHS Inventory] Japan-GHS-Full
[GHS Inventory] New Zealand-GHS-Full
[GHS Inventory] Quebec-WHMIS-Full

[GHS Regulatory] Korea-GHS-Full

[Group] Alkylphenols & APEs
[Group] EU-Endocrine Disruptors-Category 3
[Group] Germany DFG Substances for which BAR can be derived
[Group] Germany DFG Substances for which BLW can be derived
[Group] Germany DFG Substances without BAR but have documentation referrences
[Group] Germany DFG Substances without BLW but have documentation referrences
[Group] Germany MAK Carcinogenic Substances Groups Requiring Special Consideration
[Group] Germany MAK Sensitizing Substances
[Group] Germany MAK metal‐working fluids, hydraulic fluids and other lubricants
[Group] IARC – Cancer Monographs Carcinogens (CARC)-Group 3 “not classifiable as to its carcinogenicity to humans”
[Group] Perfluoroalkyl and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFASs)
[Group] US EPA-CCL5PFAS

[Hazard] ECHA Flame Retardant Strategy List
[Hazard] EHP-San Antonio Statement-Full
[Hazard] EPA Safer Chemical Ingredient List – Gray Square
[Hazard] Germany FEA-Class 2 Hazard to Waters
[Hazard] Germany FEA-Class 3 Severe Hazard to Waters
[Hazard] Lancet – Grandjean & Landrigan Neurotoxic Chemicals
[Hazard] OSPAR Commission Substances of Possible Concern
[Hazard] OSPAR-Priority Action List
[Hazard] Pattys Toxicology – Boyes Neurotoxicants (Boyes-N)
[Hazard] Proposed REACH Restricted Dermal Sensitizers
[Hazard] Rotterdam Convention Prior Informed Consent (PIC) Annex III Chemicals
[Hazard] The Endocrine Disruption Exchange (TEDX)-Potential Endocrine Disruptors

[Inventory] Australian Inventory of Industrial Chemicals (AIIC)
[Inventory] Canada-DSL-Government of Canada Results for all Existing Substances
[Inventory] Canada-DSL-substances that meet human health categorization criteria
[Inventory] China – Inventory of Existing Chemical Substances
[Inventory] EU Medical Devices Regulation (EU) 2017/745 (Please select the following lists:
[Regulatory] EU-Annex VI (CLP) – Carcinogenicity Category 1A, 1B, 2; [Regulatory] EU-Annex VI (CLP) – Mutagenicity Category 1A, 1B, 2; [Regulatory] EU-Annex VI (CLP) – Reproductive Toxicity Category 1A, 1B, 2; [Regulatory] EU – REACH Substances of High Concern (EU SVHC) Candidate List; [Inventory] List Article 95 (1) of the Biocidal Products Regulation (BPR) List (ECHA))
[Inventory] List Article 95 (1) of the Biocidal Products Regulation (BPR) List (ECHA)
[Inventory] MCF Uniques 20180301
[Inventory] PBT/vPvB assessments under the previous EU chemicals legislation
[Inventory] Taiwan GHS Inventory
[Inventory] US EPA non-confidential Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) Chemical Substance Inventory
[Inventory] US FDA Effective FCS Notifications – Individual Chemicals
[Inventory] US FDA Effective FCS Notifications – Mixtures
[Inventory] US FDA Indirect Additives Used in Food Contact Substances

[Organization] ANSI/BIFMA e3 Furniture Sustainability Standard (2019) (Enhesa Expanded)
[Organization] ANSI/BIFMA e3 Furniture Sustainability Standard (2017)
[Organization] AWS
[Organization] Amazon Devices RSL
[Organization] Amazon Private Brands
[Organization] Amazon Robotics Additional Chemicals
[Organization] Amazon Robotics Conflict Minerals Regulation
[Organization] Amazon Robotics EU Ecodesign Requirements for Electronic Displays
[Organization] Amazon Robotics J-Moss (Japanese RoHS)
[Organization] Amazon Robotics Packaging Content Labelling (State-Level Regulations)
[Organization] Amazon Robotics Title VI
[Organization] Amazon Robotics WEEE Directive (Article VII)
[Organization] American Apparel & Footwear Association (AAFA) Restricted Substance List
[Organization] Annex 2 ETAD heavy metal limits for dyes -ZDHC sublist
[Organization] Apparel & Footwear International RSL Management Group (AFIRM)
[Organization] Apple Regulated Substances Specification 069-0135-K –Reportable Substances and Future Restriction in Products
[Organization] Apple Regulated Substances Specification 069-0135-K –Reportable Substances and Future Restrictions in Manufacturing Processes
[Organization] Apple Regulated Substances Specification 069-0135-K –Restricted Substances in Products
[Organization] Apple Regulated Substances Specification 069-0135-K –Restrictions in Manufacturing Processes
[Organization] BlueSign RSL
[Organization] Bolt MRSL K
[Organization] Bolt RSL A
[Organization] Bolt RSL K
[Organization] Bolt RSL L
[Organization] Bolt RSL S
[Organization] C&A RSL (C&A specific requirements. Also select AFIRM & ZDHC lists)
[Organization] CEPN Priority Chemicals List
[Organization] ChemSec – Substitute it Now List (SIN) All Chemicals by CAS RN
[Organization] ChemSec – Substitute it Now List (SIN) All Chemicals with 15 Chemical Groups (Enhesa Expanded)
[Organization] ChemSec – Substitute it Now List (SIN) Carcinogenicity Health Concern
[Organization] ChemSec – Substitute it Now List (SIN) Endocrine Activity Health Concern
[Organization] ChemSec – Substitute it Now List (SIN)-Mutagenicity Health Concern
[Organization] ChemSec – Substitute it Now List (SIN)-PBT
[Organization] ChemSec The 32 to leave behind, high concern endocrine disrupting chemicals
[Organization] ChemSec-Substitute it Now List (SIN)-Toxic to Reproduction
[Organization] Clean Production Action Standard for Food Service Ware
[Organization] Costco (Archived) CSS Protocol for Detergent_Washing and House Hold Care_Cleaning Product Supplemental Test V1
[Organization] Costco (Archived) CSS Protocol for HABA V2 – Apr 12, 2019
[Organization] Costco (Archived) CSS Protocol for Packaging Material-V6
[Organization] Costco CA 65 Court case
[Organization] Costco CHCC
[Organization] Costco CHCC/NEW YORK Toxic Chemicals
[Organization] Costco CHCC/Oregon HPCCCH/NEW YORK Toxic Chemicals
[Organization] Costco CHCC/Oregon HPCCCH/NEW YORK Toxic Chemicals /Maine Priority Chemicals
[Organization] Costco Cosmetic Regulation (EC) No 1223/2009
[Organization] Costco EU Recall 0067/09
[Organization] Costco EU Recall 0448/10
[Organization] Costco EU Recall A12/0172/14
[Organization] Costco Fragrance
[Organization] Costco GB/T 26396-2011 Technical specification for safety of soaps and detergents & GB/T 22731-2008 Fragrance compound
[Organization] Costco HABA CSS Addendum
[Organization] Costco Japanese Standards For Cosmetics Ministry of Health and Welfare Notification No.331 of 2000
[Organization] Costco REACH Regulation (EC) NO 1907/2006 Annex XVII[Organization] Costco REACH Regulation (EC) NO 1907/2006 SVHC
[Organization] Costco REGULATION (EC) No 648/2004 on Detergents
[Organization] Costco U.S. FDA 21 CFR 700.13
[Organization] Cradle to Cradle Banned List of Chemicals for Biological Nutrients
[Organization] Cradle to Cradle Banned List of Chemicals for Technical Nutrients
[Organization] Cradle to Cradle V4.0 Additional Restrictions for Biological and Environmentally Released Materials
[Organization] Cradle to Cradle V4.0 Additional Restrictions for Children’s Products
[Organization] Cradle to Cradle V4.0 Additional Restrictions for Cosmetics and Personal Care Products
[Organization] Cradle to Cradle V4.0 Additional Restrictions for Footwear, Apparel, & Jewelry Products
[Organization] Cradle to Cradle V4.0 Additional Restrictions for Formulated Consumer Products
[Organization] Cradle to Cradle V4.0 Additional Restrictions for Textile Materials
[Organization] Demo-S2A
[Organization] EDF Packaging RSL
[Organization] EICS-RSL – pilot v1
[Organization] Food Packaging Forum Priority Substances List
[Organization] Global Automotive Declarable Substance List (GADSL) – Declarable
[Organization] Global Automotive Declarable Substance List (GADSL) – Declarable/Prohibited
[Organization] Global Automotive Declarable Substance List (GADSL) – Prohibited
[Organization] Google RSS – Future Phase-Out for Manufacturing Process
[Organization] Google RSS – Restrictions for Manufacturing Processes
[Organization] Green Science Policy Institute – Six Classes – Antimicrobials
[Organization] Green Science Policy Institute – Six Classes – Bisphenols and Phthalates
[Organization] Green Science Policy Institute – Six Classes – Certain Metals
[Organization] Green Science Policy Institute – Six Classes – Flame Retardants
[Organization] Green Science Policy Institute – Six Classes – PFAS
[Organization] Green Science Policy Institute – Six Classes – Some Solvents
[Organization] GreenPeace – GreenPeace 11 – Full
[Organization] H&M Group Chemical Restrictions Additional Requirements MRSL and RSL
[Organization] H&M MRSL – Combined – Groups 1 & 2
[Organization] H&M MRSL – Group 1
[Organization] H&M MRSL – Group 2
[Organization] H&M RSL – Combined
[Organization] H&M RSL Aerosol Dispensers
[Organization] H&M RSL Apparel Accessories Footwear Home Interior Textile Products
[Organization] H&M RSL Candles
[Organization] H&M RSL Chemical Products
[Organization] H&M RSL Cosmetic Products
[Organization] H&M RSL Electrical and Electronic Products and Batteries
[Organization] H&M RSL Food Contact Products
[Organization] H&M RSL Hardline
[Organization] H&M RSL Medical devices
[Organization] H&M RSL Packaging
[Organization] H&M RSL Toys
[Organization] Healthier Hospitals – Safer Chemicals Healthy Interiors Guidance (HHI)
[Organization] Healthy Building Network – Priority Asthmagens
[Organization] Inditex MRSL – Parts Suppliers 2021
[Organization] Inditex MRSL – Wet Processing 2021
[Organization] Inditex RSL Clear-to-Wear [draft] 2021
[Organization] International Living Future Institute – Living Building Challenge Watch List
[Organization] International Living Future Institute – Living Building Challenge Watch List (Enhesa Enhanced)
[Organization] International Living Future Institute – Living Building Challenge Watch List: Priority for Red List Inclusion
[Organization] International Living Future Institute – Living Building Challenge Watch List: Priority for Red List Inclusion (Enhesa Enhanced)
[Organization] International Living Future Institute – Living Building Red List
[Organization] International Living Future Institute – Living Building Red List (Enhesa Enhanced)
[Organization] Kaiser Permanente Chemicals of Concern – Chemical Groups (Contact Enhesa for additional lists to select)
[Organization] Levi S & Co-RSL-Usage Banned
[Organization] Levi S & Co.-RSL-Full
[Organization] NextGen Integrated RSL for Food Packaging Materials
[Organization] Nike List Hazardous Air Pollutants
[Organization] Nike List Volatile Organic Compounds
[Organization] Nike Priority Chemicals for formulation cap
[Organization] Nike-Electronics RSL-Full
[Organization] Nike-Packaging Restricted Substances List
[Organization] Nike-Restricted Substance List for Toys
[Organization] Nike-Restricted Substances List Chemical Group Antimony
[Organization] Nike-Restricted Substances List Chemical Group Arsenic
[Organization] Nike-Restricted Substances List Chemical Group Barium
[Organization] Nike-Restricted Substances List Chemical Group Brominated and Chlorinated Flame Retardants
[Organization] Nike-Restricted Substances List Chemical Group Cadmium
[Organization] Nike-Restricted Substances List Chemical Group Chromium
[Organization] Nike-Restricted Substances List Chemical Group Cobalt
[Organization] Nike-Restricted Substances List Chemical Group Copper
[Organization] Nike-Restricted Substances List Chemical Group Fluorinated Greenhouse Gases
[Organization] Nike-Restricted Substances List Chemical Group Halogenated Diarylalkanes
[Organization] Nike-Restricted Substances List Chemical Group Lead
[Organization] Nike-Restricted Substances List Chemical Group Mercury
[Organization] Nike-Restricted Substances List Chemical Group Nickel
[Organization] Nike-Restricted Substances List Chemical Group Nonylphenol and ethoxylates
[Organization] Nike-Restricted Substances List Chemical Group Octylphenols and ethoxylates
[Organization] Nike-Restricted Substances List Chemical Group PFOA and salts and ester
[Organization] Nike-Restricted Substances List Chemical Group Perfluorooctane Sulfonate (PFOS) and related compounds
[Organization] Nike-Restricted Substances List Chemical Group Phthalates
[Organization] Nike-Restricted Substances List Chemical Group Polychlorinated Biphenyls
[Organization] Nike-Restricted Substances List Chemical Group Polychlorinated naphthalenes
[Organization] Nike-Restricted Substances List Chemical Group Polychorinated terphenyls
[Organization] Nike-Restricted Substances List Chemical Group Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons
[Organization] Nike-Restricted Substances List Chemical Group Selenium
[Organization] Nike-Restricted Substances List Chemical Group Tin
[Organization] Nike-Restricted Substances List Chemical Group Tin Organic
[Organization] Nike-Restricted Substances List Chemical Group Volatile Organic Compounds
[Organization] Nike-Restricted Substances List Core CASRNs
[Organization] OLIKA Do Not Use List v1
[Organization] Packaging Pilot Base RSL
[Organization] Patagonia Restricted Substances List (RSL)
[Organization] Perkins + Will Architects Precautionary List
[Organization] Perkins + Will Architects Watch List
[Organization] Quebec CSST Asthma Agents
[Organization] SCJ – Potential Skin Allergens
[Organization] Scientific Committee on Consumer Safety (SCCS)- Final Opinions
[Organization] Scientific Committee on Consumer Safety (SCCS)- Opinions being finalised
[Organization] Scientific Committee on Consumer Safety (SCCS)- Preliminary Opinions open for comments
[Organization] Sephora Public Chemicals Policy–High-Priority Chemicals
[Organization] Silent Spring Institute Mammary Carcinogens Reviews Database
[Organization] Standard 100 by Oeko-Tex Appendix 5 individual substances for Appendix 4
[Organization] The Hazardous 100+ List of Chemicals of High Concern Safer Chemicals Healthy Families
[Organization] Toxics in Packaging Clearinghouse (TPCH) – Restricted Substances List
[Organization] USGBC-Substance to avoid to fulfill LEED Pilot Credit 54 Option 1 (also select Prop 65)
[Organization] Walmart High Priority Chemicals
[Organization] ZDHC MRSL V 1.1 -Azo Dyes Releasing Amines Through Reductive Cleavage and Banned Amines
[Organization] ZDHC MRSL V 1.1 -Chemical Group Alkylphenols & APEs
[Organization] ZDHC MRSL V 1.1 -Chemical Group Arsenic
[Organization] ZDHC MRSL V 1.1 -Chemical Group Brominated and Chlorinated flame retardants
[Organization] ZDHC MRSL V 1.1 -Chemical Group Cadmium
[Organization] ZDHC MRSL V 1.1 -Chemical Group Chlorobenzenes
[Organization] ZDHC MRSL V 1.1 -Chemical Group Chlorophenols
[Organization] ZDHC MRSL V 1.1 -Chemical Group Chlorotoluenes
[Organization] ZDHC MRSL V 1.1 -Chemical Group Chromium +6
[Organization] ZDHC MRSL V 1.1 -Chemical Group Lead
[Organization] ZDHC MRSL V 1.1 -Chemical Group Mercury
[Organization] ZDHC MRSL V 1.1 -Chemical Group PFOA and related compounds
[Organization] ZDHC MRSL V 1.1 -Chemical Group PFOS and related compounds
[Organization] ZDHC MRSL V 1.1 -Chemical Group Phthalates
[Organization] ZDHC MRSL V 1.1 -Chemical Group Tin Organic
[Organization] ZDHC-MRSL V 1.1 – Chapter 2 MRSL for Leather Processing (CASRNs + Groups)
[Organization] ZDHC-MRSL V 1.1 -Chapter 1 MRSL for Textiles and Coated Fabrics Processing core CASRNs (Nike)
[Organization] ZDHC-MRSL V 1.1 -Chapter 1 Textiles and Coated Fabrics Processing (CASRNs + Groups)
[Organization] ZDHC-MRSL V 1.1 -Chapter 2 MRSL for Leather Processing Core CASRNs (Nike)
[Organization] ZDHC-MRSLV2.0- Chapter 1 –Textile, Leather, and Polymers (CASRNs + Groups)
[Organization] ZDHC-MRSLV2.0- Chapter 2 –Candidate List (CASRNs + Groups)
[Organization] ZDHC-MRSLV2.0- Chapter 3 –Archived List
[Organization] ZDHC-MRSLV3.1- Chapter 1 –Textile, Leather, and Polymers (CASRNs + Groups)
[Organization] ZDHC-MRSLV3.1- Chapter 2 –Candidate List (CASRNs + Groups)
[Organization] ZDHC-MRSLV3.1- Chapter 3 –Archived List
[Organization] adidas Policy for the Control and Monitoring of Hazardous Substances

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[Preferred] ChemForward Safer Flame Retardants List
[Preferred] EPA Proposed 20 Low-Priority Substances under the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA)
[Preferred] EPA Safer Chemical Ingredient List – Antimicrobial Actives
[Preferred] EPA Safer Chemical Ingredient List – Chelating Agents
[Preferred] EPA Safer Chemical Ingredient List – Colorants
[Preferred] EPA Safer Chemical Ingredient List – Defoamers
[Preferred] EPA Safer Chemical Ingredient List – Emollients
[Preferred] EPA Safer Chemical Ingredient List – Enzymes and Enzyme Stabilizers
[Preferred] EPA Safer Chemical Ingredient List – Fragrances
[Preferred] EPA Safer Chemical Ingredient List – Full Green Circle
[Preferred] EPA Safer Chemical Ingredient List – Half Green Circle
[Preferred] EPA Safer Chemical Ingredient List – Oxidants and Oxidant Stabilizers
[Preferred] EPA Safer Chemical Ingredient List – Polymers
[Preferred] EPA Safer Chemical Ingredient List – Preservatives and Antioxidants
[Preferred] EPA Safer Chemical Ingredient List – Processing Aids and Additives
[Preferred] EPA Safer Chemical Ingredient List – Skin Conditioning Agents
[Preferred] EPA Safer Chemical Ingredient List – Solvents
[Preferred] EPA Safer Chemical Ingredient List – Specialized Industrial Chemicals
[Preferred] EPA Safer Chemical Ingredient List – Surfactants
[Preferred] EPA Safer Chemical Ingredient List – Uncategorized
[Preferred] EPA Safer Chemical Ingredient List – Yellow Triangle
[Preferred] EU-Annex VI (CLP) – Acute Toxicity Category 4
[Preferred] European Food Safety Authority – Union list of authorised monomers, other starting substances, macromolecules obtained from microbial fermentation, additives and polymer production aids
[Preferred] Germany FEA-Class 0 Non-Hazardous to Water
[Preferred] Germany FEA-Class 1 Low Hazard to Waters
[Preferred] Germany MAK Carcinogenic Substances Categories 4
[Preferred] Germany MAK Carcinogenic Substances Categories 5
[Preferred] Japan-GHS Category 4 Acute dermal toxicity
[Preferred] Japan-GHS Category 4 Acute inhalation toxicity
[Preferred] Japan-GHS Category 4 Acute oral toxicity
[Preferred] Japan-GHS Category 5 Acute dermal toxicity
[Preferred] Japan-GHS Category 5 Acute inhalation toxicity
[Preferred] Japan-GHS Category 5 Acute oral toxicity
[Preferred] Japan-GHS Category Not classified Acute dermal toxicity
[Preferred] Japan-GHS Not Classified Respiratory Sensitization
[Preferred] Japan-GHS Not classified Acute inhalation toxicity
[Preferred] Japan-GHS Not classified Acute oral toxicity
[Preferred] Japan-GHS Not classified Serious eye damage/eye irritation
[Preferred] Japan-GHS-Carcinogenicity Not classified
[Preferred] US FDA Generally Regarded as Safe (GRAS) List of Food Additives

[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Acute Dermal Toxicity-Category 1
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Acute Dermal Toxicity-Category 2
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Acute Dermal Toxicity-Category 3
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Acute Inhalation Toxicity-Category 1
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Acute Inhalation Toxicity-Category 2
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Acute Inhalation Toxicity-Category 3
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Acute Inhalation Toxicity-Category 4
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Acute Oral Toxicity-Category 1
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Acute Oral Toxicity-Category 2
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Acute Oral Toxicity-Category 3
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Acute Oral Toxicity-Category 4
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Acute Toxicity Category 4
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Aspiration Hazard-Category 1
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Carcinogenicity – Category 1A
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Carcinogenicity – Category 1B
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Carcinogenicity – Category 2
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Corrosive to metals-Category 1
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Explosives-H200
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Explosives-H201
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Explosives-H203
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Eye Damage Category 1
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Eye Damage/Irritation Category 2B
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Eye Irritation-Category 2A
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Flammable Gases-Category 1
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Flammable Gases-Category 2
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Flammable Liquids-Category 1
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Flammable Liquids-Category 2
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Flammable Liquids-Category 3
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Flammable Solid-Category 1
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Flammable Solid-Category 2
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Germ Cell Mutagenicity-Category 1B
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Germ Cell Mutagenicity-Category 2
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Hazardous to the Ozone Layer-Category 1
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Hazardous to the aquatic environment, acute hazard-Category 1
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Hazardous to the aquatic environment, acute hazard-Category 2
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Hazardous to the aquatic environment, acute hazard-Category 3
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Hazardous to the aquatic environment, long-term hazardCategory 1
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Hazardous to the aquatic environment, long-term hazardCategory 2
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Hazardous to the aquatic environment, long-term hazardCategory 3
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Hazardous to the aquatic environment, long-term hazardCategory 4
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Organic Peroxides-Type A
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Organic Peroxides-Type B
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Organic Peroxides-Type C
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Organic Peroxides-Type D
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Organic Peroxides-Type E
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Organic Peroxides-Type F
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Oxidizing Liquids/Solids-Category 1
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Oxidizing Liquids/Solids-Category 2
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Oxidizing Liquids/Solids-Category 3
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Oxidizing gases-Category 1
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Pyrophoric Liquids/Solids-Category 1
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Reproductive Toxicity-Additional Category
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Reproductive Toxicity-Category 1A
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Reproductive Toxicity-Category 1B
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Reproductive Toxicity-Category 2
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Respiratory Sensitisation-Category 1
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Self-heating Substances and Mixture-Category 1
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Self-heating Substances and Mixture-Category 2
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Self-reactive Substances and Mixtures-Type A
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Self-reactive Substances and Mixtures-Type B
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Self-reactive Substances and Mixtures-Type C
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Self-reactive Substances and Mixtures-Type D
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Skin Corrosion/Irritation-Category 1
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Skin Corrosion/Irritation-Category 1A
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Skin Corrosion/Irritation-Category 1B
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Skin Corrosion/Irritation-Category 1C
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Skin Corrosion/Irritation-Category 2
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Skin Corrosion/Irritation-Category 3
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Skin Sensitisation-Category 1
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Skin Sensitisation-Category 1A
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Skin Sensitisation-Category 1B
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Specific target organ toxicity, repeated exposure-Category 1
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Specific target organ toxicity, repeated exposure-Category 2
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Specific target organ toxicity, single exposure-Category 1
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Specific target organ toxicity, single exposure-Category 2
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Specific target organ toxicity, single exposure; Narcotic effectsCategory 3
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Specific target organ toxicity, single exposure; Respiratory tract irritation-Category 3
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Substances which, in contact with water, emit flammable gases-Category 1
[Regulatory] Australia-GHS-Substances which, in contact with water, emit flammable gases-Category 2
[Regulatory] Biomonitoring California Priority Chemicals
[Regulatory] California Assembly Bill No. 496 Ingredients Banned in Cosmetics (Enhesa Expanded)
[Regulatory] California Chemicals with OEHHA RELs
[Regulatory] California Drinking Water Chemicals with MCLs
[Regulatory] California Drinking Water Chemicals with Notification Levels
[Regulatory] California Priority Toxic Pollutants
[Regulatory] California Toxic Air Contaminants
[Regulatory] California-Prop 65-Carcinogenicity
[Regulatory] California-Prop 65-Developmental Toxicity
[Regulatory] California-Prop 65-Reproductive Toxicity Female
[Regulatory] California-Prop 65-Reproductive Toxicity Male
[Regulatory] Canada Consumer Chemicals and Containers Regulations Substances of Special Concern
[Regulatory] Canada-DSL-substances that are Persistent, Bioaccumulative and Inherently Toxic to the environment (PBiT)
[Regulatory] Canadian Environmental Protection Act (CEPA) – Environmental Registry – Toxic Substances List (Schedule 1)
[Regulatory] China – Restricted Harmful Substances in Electrical and Electronic Products
[Regulatory] China – Priority Control List of Chemicals
[Regulatory] China New Pollutants for Control
[Regulatory] Danish Environmental Protection Agency (DKEPA) List of Undesirable Substances
[Regulatory] ECHA-Registry of SVHC intentions until outcome-Intentions
[Regulatory] ECHA-Submitted SVHC Intentions-Full
[Regulatory] EU – Cosmetics Regulation Annex II Prohibited Substances
[Regulatory] EU – Cosmetics Regulation Annex III Restricted Substances
[Regulatory] EU – REACH Substances of High Concern (EU SVHC) Candidate List
[Regulatory] EU Endocrine disruptor assessment list
[Regulatory] EU Priority Substances Directive (Directive 2008/105/EC Annex II)
[Regulatory] EU REACH Annex XIV SVHC Authorisation list
[Regulatory] EU REACH Annex XVII – Substances restricted under REACH
[Regulatory] EU Reduction of Hazardous Substances Directive (“RoHS”) Restricted Substances
[Regulatory] EU- Endocrine Disrupters Priority-Category 1
[Regulatory] EU-Annex VI (CLP) – STOT Single Exposure Category 3
[Regulatory] EU-Annex VI (CLP) – Acute Toxicity Category 1
[Regulatory] EU-Annex VI (CLP) – Acute Toxicity Category 2
[Regulatory] EU-Annex VI (CLP) – Acute Toxicity Category 3
[Regulatory] EU-Annex VI (CLP) – All Health, Environmental, Physical Harmonized
[Regulatory] EU-Annex VI (CLP) – Aquatic Acute Category 1
[Regulatory] EU-Annex VI (CLP) – Aquatic Acute Category 2
[Regulatory] EU-Annex VI (CLP) – Aquatic Chronic Category 1
[Regulatory] EU-Annex VI (CLP) – Aquatic Chronic Category 2
[Regulatory] EU-Annex VI (CLP) – Aspiration Toxicity Category 1
[Regulatory] EU-Annex VI (CLP) – Carcinogenicity Category 1A
[Regulatory] EU-Annex VI (CLP) – Carcinogenicity Category 1B
[Regulatory] EU-Annex VI (CLP) – Carcinogenicity Category 2
[Regulatory] EU-Annex VI (CLP) – Eye Damage Category 1
[Regulatory] EU-Annex VI (CLP) – Eye Irritation Category 2
[Regulatory] EU-Annex VI (CLP) – Lactation
[Regulatory] EU-Annex VI (CLP) – Mutagenicity Category 1A
[Regulatory] EU-Annex VI (CLP) – Mutagenicity Category 1B
[Regulatory] EU-Annex VI (CLP) – Mutagenicity Category 2
[Regulatory] EU-Annex VI (CLP) – Reproductive Toxicity Category 1A
[Regulatory] EU-Annex VI (CLP) – Reproductive Toxicity Category 1B
[Regulatory] EU-Annex VI (CLP) – Reproductive Toxicity Category 2
[Regulatory] EU-Annex VI (CLP) – Respiratory Sensitization Category 1
[Regulatory] EU-Annex VI (CLP) – STOT Repeat Exposure Category 1
[Regulatory] EU-Annex VI (CLP) – STOT Repeat Exposure Category 2
[Regulatory] EU-Annex VI (CLP) – STOT Single Exposure Category 1
[Regulatory] EU-Annex VI (CLP) – STOT Single Exposure Category 2
[Regulatory] EU-Annex VI (CLP) – Skin Corrosion Category 1
[Regulatory] EU-Annex VI (CLP) – Skin Corrosion Category 1A
[Regulatory] EU-Annex VI (CLP) – Skin Corrosion Category 1B
[Regulatory] EU-Annex VI (CLP) – Skin Corrosion Category 1C
[Regulatory] EU-Annex VI (CLP) – Skin Irritation Category 2
[Regulatory] EU-Annex VI (CLP) – Skin Sensitization Category 1
[Regulatory] EU-Annex VI (CLP) – Skin Sensitization Category 1A
[Regulatory] EU-Annex VI (CLP) – Skin Sensitization Category 1B
[Regulatory] EU-Endocrine Disrupters -Priority -Category 2
[Regulatory] Environment Canada – Virtual Elimination List (CEPA)
[Regulatory] European Commission Restrictions Roadmap Under the Chemical Strategy for Sustainability Pool 0 European Green Deal
[Regulatory] European Commission Restrictions Roadmap Under the Chemical Strategy for Sustainability Pool 1 European Green Deal
[Regulatory] European Commission Restrictions Roadmap Under the Chemical Strategy for Sustainability Pool 2 European Green Deal
[Regulatory] Germany BAT Carcinogenic Substances Categories 1
[Regulatory] Germany BAT Carcinogenic Substances Categories 2
[Regulatory] Germany MAK Carcinogenic Substances Categories 1
[Regulatory] Germany MAK Carcinogenic Substances Categories 2
[Regulatory] Germany MAK Carcinogenic Substances Categories 3A
[Regulatory] Germany MAK Carcinogenic Substances Categories 3B
[Regulatory] Health Canada – Cosmetic Ingredient Hotlist – Prohibited
[Regulatory] Health Canada – Cosmetic Ingredient Hotlist – Restricted
[Regulatory] Homeland Security: Appendix A: Chemicals of Interest (COI) List
[Regulatory] Japan-GHS Category 1 Acute dermal toxicity
[Regulatory] Japan-GHS Category 1 Acute inhalation toxicity
[Regulatory] Japan-GHS Category 1 Acute oral toxicity
[Regulatory] Japan-GHS Category 1 Aspiration
[Regulatory] Japan-GHS Category 1 Dermal Irritation
[Regulatory] Japan-GHS Category 1 Dermal Sensitization
[Regulatory] Japan-GHS Category 1 Flammable Liquids
[Regulatory] Japan-GHS Category 1 Respiratory Sensitization
[Regulatory] Japan-GHS Category 1 Serious eye damage/eye irritation
[Regulatory] Japan-GHS Category 1A Carcinogenicity
[Regulatory] Japan-GHS Category 1A Respiratory Sensitization
[Regulatory] Japan-GHS Category 1A-1B Carcinogenicity
[Regulatory] Japan-GHS Category 1B Carcinogenicity
[Regulatory] Japan-GHS Category 1B Respiratory Sensitization
[Regulatory] Japan-GHS Category 2 Acute dermal toxicity
[Regulatory] Japan-GHS Category 2 Acute inhalation toxicity
[Regulatory] Japan-GHS Category 2 Acute oral toxicity
[Regulatory] Japan-GHS Category 2 Aspiration
[Regulatory] Japan-GHS Category 2 Dermal Irritation
[Regulatory] Japan-GHS Category 2 Flammable Liquids
[Regulatory] Japan-GHS Category 2 Serious eye damage/eye irritation
[Regulatory] Japan-GHS Category 2A Serious eye damage/eye irritation
[Regulatory] Japan-GHS Category 2A-2B Serious eye damage/eye irritation
[Regulatory] Japan-GHS Category 2B Serious eye damage/eye irritation
[Regulatory] Japan-GHS Category 3 Acute dermal toxicity
[Regulatory] Japan-GHS Category 3 Acute inhalation toxicity
[Regulatory] Japan-GHS Category 3 Acute oral toxicity
[Regulatory] Japan-GHS Category 3 Dermal Irritation
[Regulatory] Japan-GHS-Category 1 Acute Dermal Toxicity
[Regulatory] Japan-GHS-Category 1 Carcinogenicity
[Regulatory] Japan-GHS-Category 1 Reproductive Toxicity
[Regulatory] Japan-GHS-Category 1B Germ Cell Mutagenicity
[Regulatory] Japan-GHS-Category 2 Carcinogenicity
[Regulatory] Japan-GHS-Category 2 Germ Cell Mutagenicity
[Regulatory] Japan-GHS-Category 2 Reproductive Toxicity
[Regulatory] Maine Safer Chemicals in Children’s Products –Regulated Priority Chemicals
[Regulatory] Minnesota Department of Health – Chemicals of High Concern and Priority Chemicals
[Regulatory] Oregon Department of Environmental Quality – Priority Persistent Pollutants P3 List
[Regulatory] Oregon Health Authority-high priority chemicals of concern to children’s health
[Regulatory] Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs) Regulation (EU) 2019/1021 (Including Annexes I, II, III, IV)
[Regulatory] Persistent, Bioaccumulative, and Toxic (PBT) Chemicals under TSCA
[Regulatory] Prior Informed Consent (PIC) Regulation Annex I
[Regulatory] Proposition 65 Chemicals with No Significant Risk Levels (NSRLs) Maximum Allowable Dose Levels (MADLs)
[Regulatory] Recommended chemicals for EU REACH Annex XIV SVHC Authorisation list
[Regulatory] State of Maine Department of Environmental Protection – Chemicals of High Concern
[Regulatory] TSD | Directive 2009/48/EC | Allergenic Fragrances (Banned List)
[Regulatory] TSD | Directive 2009/48/EC | Allergenic Fragrances (Labeling List)
[Regulatory] TSD | Directive 2009/48/EC | EN 71-3 :: Safety of toys – Annex II – Migration Limits on Metal
[Regulatory] TSD | Directive 2009/48/EC | EN 71-4 :: Safety of toys – Part 4: Experimental sets for chemistry and related activities
[Regulatory] UAE RoHS
[Regulatory] US ATSDR Neurotoxicants [Regulatory] US CPSC Strong Sensitizers
[Regulatory] US CPSC Supplemental Precautionary Labeling Required Substances
[Regulatory] US EPA – Chemical Action Plans (EPA Action)
[Regulatory] US EPA – Clean Water Act Priority Pollutants
[Regulatory] US EPA – Exempt VOCs
[Regulatory] US EPA – Extremely Hazardous Substances
[Regulatory] US EPA – Hazardous Air Pollutants (HAPs)
[Regulatory] US EPA – IRIS Carcinogens (EPA-C) 1986-A
[Regulatory] US EPA – IRIS Carcinogens (EPA-C) 1986-B1
[Regulatory] US EPA – IRIS Carcinogens (EPA-C) 1986-B2
[Regulatory] US EPA – IRIS Carcinogens (EPA-C) 1986-C
[Regulatory] US EPA – IRIS Carcinogens (EPA-C) 1996-Known/Likely
[Regulatory] US EPA – IRIS Carcinogens (EPA-C) 1999 Carc
[Regulatory] US EPA – IRIS Carcinogens (EPA-C) 1999 Likely Carcinogenic
[Regulatory] US EPA – IRIS Carcinogens (EPA-C) 1999 Suggested Carcinogen
[Regulatory] US EPA – IRIS Carcinogens (EPA-C) 2005 Likely Carcinogenic
[Regulatory] US EPA – IRIS Carcinogens–All
[Regulatory] US EPA – IRIS Neurotoxicants
[Regulatory] US EPA – IRIS-2005 Carcinogenic
[Regulatory] US EPA – IRIS-2005 Suggested Carcinogenic
[Regulatory] US EPA – Ozone Depleting Substances (EPA-ODS)-Class 1
[Regulatory] US EPA – Ozone Depleting Substances (EPA-ODS): Class 2
[Regulatory] US EPA – Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs)
[Regulatory] US EPA – Priority Persistent, bioaccumulative and toxic substances PBTs
[Regulatory] US EPA – Priority Persistent, bioaccumulative and toxic substances PBTs (National Waste Minimization Program (NWMP) Priority)
[Regulatory] US EPA – Toxics Release Inventory-Persistent, bioaccumulative and toxic substances (TRI PBT)
[Regulatory] US EPA Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) Program
[Regulatory] US EPA first 10 chemicals under TSCA
[Regulatory] US FDA – Antimicrobials Banned in Antiseptic Washes
[Regulatory] US OSHA-Carcinogens
[Regulatory] Vermont Chemicals of High Concern to Children
[Regulatory] Washington State Department of the Environment -PBT-Metals of Concern
[Regulatory] Washington State DoE: Chemicals of High Concern to Children (CCHC)
[Regulatory] Washington State DoE: Chemicals of High Concern to Children (CCHC) (Enhesa Expanded)
[Regulatory] Washington State DoE: Persistent, bioaccumulative and toxic substances-Full

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