- Incompatibility of Common Laboratory Chemicals
An additional resource for chemical compatibility and segregation information from George Washington University Medical Center.
- Pocket Guide to Chemical Hazards
The NIOSH Online Pocket Guide to Chemical Hazards.
- Prudent Practices in the Laboratory
Free online access to Prudent Practices in the Laboratory: Handling and Disposal of Chemicals, one of the most significant works in the field of laboratory chemical safety.
- Chemical Safety Board
An independent federal agency investigating chemical accidents to protect workers, the public, and the environment.
- C&EN: IT’s ELemental
The Chemical & Engineering News Interactive Periodic Table.
- Safety in Academic Chemistry Laboratories
Safety in Academic Chemistry Laboratories, 8th Edition, Best Practices for First- and Second-Year University Students, by the American Chemical Society’s Committee on Chemical Safety
- Safety in Academic Chemistry Laboratories: Volume 2
Safety in Academic Chemistry Laboratories, 7th edition, Volume 2, Accident Prevention for Faculty and Administrators, by the American Chemical Society’s Committee on Chemical Safety
- Safety Letters
Laboratory Chemical Hazard Reports: Chemical safety letters that have appeared in Chemical & Engineering News since 1993. American Chemical Society.
- Environment at MIT
Green Chemical Alternatives Purchasing Wizard: The Massachusetts Institute of Technology has launched a Green Chemical Alternatives Purchasing Wizard. The Wizard is a tool to reduce the generation of hazardous wastes and potential workplace exposures in research and academic laboratories. The Wizard allows the user to search from a select list of solvents commonly used in the laboratory, and the associated process. The Wizard identifies less hazardous and more environmentally benign chemicals or processes that may be substituted, and provides journal references as well as URLs to information that is available online.
- H2 Best Practices: Lab Safety
This section presents best practices for safe laboratory design and operations. It is divided into two subsections – one for designers of laboratories where hydrogen will be used and one for researchers who will actually be working with hydrogen in a laboratory setting. Links are provided to a series of topics of interest to a laboratory designer and another set of topics of interest to a laboratory researcher. Relevant references (either actual PDF files or links to materials on the Internet) are provided in the right-hand column, as well as links to lessons learned from hydrogen incidents that have occurred in the past.
- Ansell Glove Chemical Resistance Guide
Recently released 8th Edition with updated permeation and resistance data.
- Guidelines for Chemical Laboratory Safety in Academic Institutions
American Chemical Society.