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A toolbox created to assist individuals from within government, industry, academia, and the general public with assessing exposure. It is a compendium of exposure assessment tools that links to guidance documents, databases, models, reference materials, and other related resources.
Bold resources are listed below and links go to other pages.
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Search by CAS # or name in the Integrated Index Search box OR browse the specific data source: RTECS Registry.
Toxicity data extracted from scientific literature worldwide on more than 169,000 substances. About 2,000 new substances are added each year.
Includes mutagenicity, carcinogenicity, reproductive hazards, and acute and chronic toxicity on drugs, food additives, pesticides, fungicides, herbicides, solvents, diluents, chemical wastes, and substances used in industrial and household situations.
Information on human health effects that may result from exposure to various chemicals in the environment.
Includes oral reference doses (RfDs) and inhalation reference concentrations (RfCs) for chronic noncarcinogenic health effects and hazard identification, oral slope factors, and oral and inhalation unit risks for carcinogenic effects.
Search for documents from the NPIC and EXTOXNET website, EPA Pesticide websites, the Federal Register, EPA Office of Pesticide Program E-Dockets from 2002 to present, print and electronic Code of Federal Regulations Title 40 - Pesticide Programs, and the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act.
Search for data and information on pesticide ingredients and products, California pesticide use, regulatory information, etc. by chemical name or chemical category; including use, regulatory and official lists, toxicity, and classification.
Within California, use information can be found by crop, chemical, or geography.