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Document ID (ISN)108231
CIS number 08-672
Year 2007
Convention or series no. INRS CD 613
Title Toxicological data sheets
Original title Fiches toxicologiques [in French]
Bibliographic information Institut national de recherche et de sÚcuritÚ, 30 rue Olivier-Noyer, 75680 Paris Cedex 14, France, 2007. CD-ROM readable on Macintosh (OS X) or on PC (Windows 98 or higher). Price: EUR 20.00.
Internet access$FILE/Visu.html [in French]
Abstract CD-ROM including the complete collection of 266 data sheets published by the Institut national de recherche et de sÚcuritÚ (INRS). These data sheets provide a technical and regulatory synthesis of information on hazards related to a product or a group of products. This electronic media allows several query modes: by data sheet number, product name, CAS registry number and EINECS number. It also contains labelling pictograms in colour. The CD-ROM can be installed on a single PC or on a server and runs under both Windows and Macintosh operating systems. Topics covered by each data sheet: uses; physical and chemical properties; methods of detection and determination in air; fire hazards; pathology and toxicology; current French occupational safety and health regulations in areas of occupational safety and hygiene, protection of the environment and transport; technical and medical recommendations. Internet version available free of charge. Replaces CIS 07-423.
Descriptors (primary) threshold limit values; dangerous substances; health hazards; toxicology; harmful substances; France
Descriptors (secondary) compendium; fire fighting; fire hazards; handling and storage; explosion hazards; labelling; data sheet; first aid; personal protective equipment; determination in air; CD-ROM; comment on standard; limitation of exposure
Document type G - Computer databases
Country / State or ProvinceFrance
Subject(s) Toxic and dangerous substances
Broad subject area(s) Chemical safety
Browse category(ies) Occupational exposure limits