TABLE 3

Examples of Chemical Hazard Information Resources (Not Comprehensive)

Hazard Resource NameWeb LinkDescription
ChemHAT: Chemical Hazard and Alternatives Toolboxwww.chemhat.orgChemHAT, a publicly available tool developed by BlueGreen Alliance, a group of labor unions and environmental organizations, provides information about chemicals commonly found in workplaces including health effects, regulatory status, environmental impacts, sources of exposure, and available alternatives. The information is presented in a simple color-coded format.
Good Guidewww.goodguide.com/Founded at the University of California at Berkeley and now a division of Underwriters Laboratories, the Good Guide is a Web site and mobile app that provides information about chemicals in >250 000 consumer products, allowing consumers to select lower-hazard products.
GreenScreen for Safer Chemicalswww.greenscreenchemicals.org/GreenScreen is a tool developed by an NGO, Clean Production Action, which helps users conduct chemical hazard assessments. Completed GreenScreen assessments of chemicals are also available, providing hazard profiles of chemicals across 18 human and nonhuman health end points. The GreenScreen List Translator links users to authoritative hazard screening lists.
GreenScreen for Safer Chemicals List Translator
Skin Deepwww.ewg.org/skindeep/A Web site and mobile app developed by an NGO, the Environmental Working Group, provides hazard information and ratings for 64 000 beauty products and cosmetics helping consumers select lower-hazard products.