The Toxicology Data Network, a division of the United States National Library of Medicine, publishes a database of potentially hazardous chemicals called the Hazardous Substances Data Bank, or HSDB. Interested individuals can search the database online by specific substance, or view an alphabetical list of chemicals.
The HSDB is written by a Scientific Review Panel that meets several times each year. Records about individual chemicals contain:an identification of the chemical, common uses, and human exposure levels and risks. They also contain extensive information about human health effects and procedures for emergency treatment following high levels of exposure to the substance.