Partager

Evaluation des produits chimiques

eChemPortal: Global Portal to Information on Chemical Substances

 

What's new 

Additional studies in Combined Exposures database are now available in eChemPortal

We are pleased to announce that 9 additional studies including 364 substance records are now available in Combined Exposures database in eChemPortal. Collection of Case Studies on Risk Assessments of Combined Exposures to Multiple Chemicals database includes a variety of studies where chemicals are grouped together for a risk assessment that is usually limited to one or a few human health or environmental endpoint(s).

This addition improves accessibility to risk assessment data for governments, scientists and industry. 

 

Search for data on chemicals by: 

Substance search Property search Classification search

Video: Learn how to find data on chemicals in eChemPortal

 Brochure 

Roles and responsabilities

The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) is responsible for the development and maintenance of eChemPortal, and eChemPortal is hosted by the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA). The data sources accessed through eChemPortal are maintained by and remain the responsibility of the organisations that create them. The data and information stored in each data source are the responsibility of the data owner. Participating data sources are responsible for ensuring links from eChemPortal to their local data sources are updated.

Extending eChemPortal

Holders of Internet-accessible databases or report collections containing peer-reviewed information on physical-chemical properties, environmental fate and pathways, ecotoxicity or toxicity of chemicals, as well as their use and exposure, are invited to participate in eChemPortal.

Proposals should be submitted to the OECD Secretariat at echemportal@oecd.org.


Contact & Social Media 

We are pleased to announce that 9 additional studies including 364 substance records are now available in Combined Exposures database in eChemPortal.

Collection of Case Studies on Risk Assessments of Combined Exposures to Multiple Chemicals database includes a variety of studies where chemicals are grouped together for a risk assessment that is usually limited to one or a few human health or environmental endpoint(s).

This addition improves accessibility to risk assessment data for governments, scientists and industry.

 

Documents connexes