Master Chemical Index

The Master Chemical Index is a subscription service offered only to SDSpro Customers.  The index is seamlessly incorporated with SDSpro’s chemical table to automatically flag specific regulatory fields associated with each chemical (CAS number),  significantly reducing the workload associated with SDS indexing.

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MCI General Lists:
  • CERCLA/SARA – Hazardous Substances and their Reportable Quantities
  • CERCLA/SARA – Section 302 Extremely Hazardous Substances and TPQs
  • CERCLA/SARA – Section 313 – Emission Reporting
  • OSHA – Possible Select Carcinogens
  • OSHA – Select Carcinogens
  • RCRA – D Series – Chronic Toxicity Reference Levels
  • RCRA – D Series – Maximum Concentration of Contaminants
  • RCRA – F Series Wastes
  • RCRA – Hazardous Constituents – Appendix VIII
  • RCRA – K Series Wastes
  • RCRA – P Series Wastes
  • RCRA – U Series Wastes
  • United States TSCA
  • Canada – WHMIS: Ingredient Disclosure

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MCI State Lists:
  • California – Directors List of Hazardous Substances ( 8 CCR 339)
  • California – Prop. 65 – Cancer List
  • California – Prop. 65 – Developmental Toxicity
  • California – Prop. 65 – Reproductive – Female
  • California – Prop. 65 – Reproductive – Male
  • Florida Substance List
  • Massachusetts Right to Know List
  • Michigan Critical Materials List
  • Minnesota Hazardous Substance List
  • New Jersey – Department of Health RTK List
  • Pennsylvania Right to Know List
  • Pennsylvania RTK – Special Hazardous Substances
  • Wisconsin – Table 1 – HAPs with Acceptable Ambient Concentrations
  • Wisconsin – Table 2 – HAPs, Pesticides with Acceptable Ambient Concentrations
  • Wisconsin – Table 3 – HAPs Without Acceptable Ambient Concentrations
  • Wisconsin – Table 4 – HAPs w/ Acceptable Ambient Conc., Compliance by 4/1/93
  • Wisconsin – Table 5 – HAPs with A.A.C., EPA Reference Concentration Methodology

*If there are any specific lists that are not indicated above, please contact your SDSpro Software Consultant.  We will make every effort to include your requested list in a future release.

Data contained in the Master Chemical Index has been controlled for accuracy by a third party.  SDSpro is not responsible for incomplete or incorrect data.  Updates to the Master Chemical Index data are provided up to four times per year and with every new SDSpro release.

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