Notice anything new about the Lists in Rapid Screen?
You’ll notice that our lists now 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 know 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, these include 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
Check out the User Guide article to learn more about types of lists we track.