GESTIS database on hazardous substances

Information system on hazardous substances of the German Social Accident Insurance

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Contents

The GESTIS Substance Database contains information for the safe handling of hazardous substances and other chemical substances at work, e.g. health effects, necessary protective measures and such in case of danger (incl. First Aid). Furthermore the user is offered information upon important physical and chemical properties as well as special regulations e.g. GHS classification and labelling according to CLP regulation (pictograms, H phrases, P phrases). The available information relates to about 9,400 substances. Data are updated immediately after publication of new official regulations or after the issue of new scientific results.

Mobile version

A mobile version of the GESTIS substance database, suitable for smartphones and tablets, is also available at gestismobile-en.itrust.de. In addition, apps for Apple and Android devices are available for download in the App Store and Play Store respectively.

Publisher

The GESTIS Substance Database is maintained by the Institut für Arbeitsschutz der Deutschen Gesetzlichen Unfallversicherung (IFA, Institute for Occupational Safety and Health of the German Social Accident Insurance).

The GESTIS database information on occupational medicine and first aid is compiled by Prof. Dr. Heberer and his team (TOXICHEM, Leuna).

Use and Liability

The information may be used for the purpose of workers' protection, or to gain knowledge about risks emanating from chemical substances. Commercial use as well as a partial or complete transfer to other information systems is not permitted. There are no objections against citing of data to a limited extent giving the source "GESTIS – substance database". The data of GESTIS database are compiled and updated carefully. Nevertheless, any liability is excluded.

Sample for inspection

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Contact:

Institut für Arbeitsschutz der Deutschen Gesetzlichen Unfallversicherung (IFA)
Division 1
Alte Heerstr. 111
53757 Sankt Augustin
Germany

Phone:

Dr Thomas Smola
+49 2241 231-2743

Jutta Cramer
+49 2241 231-2742

Amélia Veloso
+49 2241 231-2741

Dr Caroline von Oppen
+49 2241 231-2984

Jörg Mosel
+49 2241 231-2744

Karin Braun-Mai
+49 2241 231-2588


Fax: +49 2241 231-2234