User Guide / Sharing your Collections

Sharing your Collections

Sharing your Collections

Once you’ve created a Collection in Rapid Screen, you can share your screening results with others including those in your organization or in your supply chain. If you have proprietary chemical information or would like to share your assessment results without disclosing the CAS numbers or chemical names,  simply make sure that the “Share chemical data in REDACTED form” button is selected.

To share your Collections:

  1. Choose the Collection you would like to share
  2. Select the Share option on the menu
    1. You can access the Share option from your Collection Summary view or on your Assessment results. Just look for the three grey vertical dots ()Collection Summary view:
      Collection Detail view:
  3. Set up your sharing settings: 
    1. Enter the email address of whom you would like to share your Collection.
      • You can enter the email address alone or First Name Last Name <email address>
    2. Choose whether or not you would like to share your Collection in redacted form or with full materials disclosure
      • The default setting in Rapid Screen is that your Collection will be shared in redacted form. This means that in place of your CASRNs and chemical names, the recipient of your collection will see the word “redacted”
      • In order to share your Collection with full materials disclosure, simply uncheck the box next to “Share chemical data in REDACTED form”
    3. Add an optional message for your recipient
  4. Save!
    1. Your recipient will receive an email inviting them to view your Collection assessment.

 

What your recipient will see:

Once you share your Collection(s), your recipient(s) will receive an email inviting them to view your Collection in Rapid Screen. 

New Rapid Screen users will be invited to set up a Rapid Screen account that will allow them to view your Collection for free. If your recipient is already a Rapid Screen subscriber, they can view your Collection in their existing Rapid Screen account under the Received menu option.

Your recipients will see a read-only version of your assessment results.

Receiving and Viewing Collections in Rapid Screen

Rapid Screen users can share Collections with others including those in their organizations or their supply chain. This allows everyone in the supply chain to better understand the chemicals in products and make safer chemical decisions. Plus, Rapid Screen allows you to share Collection assessments without disclosing proprietary chemical data if needed.

When a Rapid Screen user shares a Collection with you, you will receive an email inviting you to view the Collection in Rapid Screen. 

If you are a new Rapid Screen user, you will be invited to set up a Rapid Screen account that will allow you to view your Collections for free.

If you are already a Rapid Screen subscriber, you’ll be able to view the Collection Assessments you have received in your existing account.

To view your received Collections, click on the Received menu option in your Rapid Screen account.  

Depending on the version of Rapid Screen your sharer has, you’ll be able to review their chemical assessment for:

  1. List Hits – Does the chemical of interest appear on any of 250+ Regulatory, Authoritative, Industry, and Preferred Lists and Sublists?
  2. Human and Environmental Health Attributes – Understand the underlying hazard characteristics for each chemical. This Insight report gives you a more in-depth look into your chemicals of interest, allowing you to predict future regulations and better understand the chemicals in your products with the help of our Board-certified Toxicologist’s assessments.

For more information on how to interpret these reports, check out the “Interpreting your Report” User Guide article.

Don’t forget, you can filter the Collections that have been shared with you. Find the filter icon on your Received Collections page:

You can filter and search your Received Collections by specific text, who the Collection was shared by, and more:

 

What Happens When You Share Your Ingredient Information and Assessment Results in SciveraLENS Rapid Screen?

Scivera understands how important your confidential ingredient information is to your business. This is why we developed our data redaction and disclosure processes as a core feature of SciveraLENS®. Within SciveraLENS® Rapid Screen, you can share your assessment results with others while protecting proprietary ingredient information (i.e., chemical name and registry number). When you choose to share your information using Rapid Screen, redaction is turned on for your shared Collections by default. This means all chemical ingredient identity information will be hidden in the shared report replaced with the word “redacted”. The SciveraLENS subscription type determines the type of assessment results (list screen and/or comprehensive hazard assessments) for the redacted chemicals and overall formulations.

Here is an example of a SciveraLENS Rapid Screen redacted report:

 

Notice that for redacted reports, all chemical names and registry numbers are replaced with the word “redacted”.

SciveraLENS Rapid Screen Tracker + Insight subscribers have the advantage of viewing underlying toxicological data for each assessment across 23 human and environmental health endpoints. Redacted reports disable access to these toxicological data for recipients because these citations often include identifying information for the chemical.

In the example above, the person who created the Collection had a SciveraLENS Rapid Screen Tracker + Insight subscription and could view both list screen and comprehensive hazard assessment results. Redacted report recipients are able to view the list screen and hazard assessment results but no chemical identity information.

Recipients of redacted reports often need to incorporate the shared results into another formulation or product. In this case, the recipient of your shared report will import that information into their own Collection. In all cases, your redacted chemical information will remain redacted.

When you share your Collection, it is important to know what is included in the shared report and what information is available for use by the recipient when you choose to share. To summarize, when you share your Collection, the following information is included:

  • Collection Name
  • Your contact information (first name, last name, email address)
  • Number of chemicals in the Collection (shown as individual rows)
  • Concentration of each chemical (if provided)

 

And, depending on your SciveraLENS subscription type:

  • List screen results
  • Comprehensive hazard assessment results
  • Access to updated assessment results
  • Ability to import Collection, incorporate into other Collections, and share with others

In some cases, users may be interested in exporting assessment results that they have generated in SciveraLENS. Use of SciveraLENS assessment results outside of the platform is for a subscriber company’s internal business purposes only. If you are interested in publishing or documenting assessment results outside of Rapid Screen, please contact Scivera for prior authorization as required by the SciveraLENS Web Services Agreement.

It is also worth noting that list screen and hazard assessment results are highly dynamic. As better information becomes available about industrial chemicals, and toxicological tools improve for filling data gaps, Scivera’s toxicology team is constantly updating this information in SciveraLENS. The team at Scivera monitors and maintains over 400 lists and sublists in SciveraLENS. One of the many benefits of a SciveraLENS Rapid Screen subscription is that you will always see the most-current assessment results for your chemicals. Because of this, we encourage subscribers and viewers to log into Rapid Screen frequently to view the most current assessment results.