Advantages of Hazmat Navigator
3 reasons you need Hazmat Navigator
Reduce likelihood of accidents, injuries, and property loss
By providing essential safety and reactivity information from several premier chemical safety titles in one online product, Hazmat Navigator enables you to make informed decisions at the lab bench, pilot plant, and production facility.
Save time and enhance your productivity
Most chemistry professionals are accustomed to searching among multiple online sources and reference books to make chemical safety decisions. With Hazmat Navigator, information can be found through one integrated interface in a matter of minutes-with minimal disruption to a user's workflow.
Hazmat Navigator allows users to search by chemical sub-structure and similarity as well as chemical name, molecular formula, and CAS number. This unique functionality speeds users to chemical safety data on reactivity, toxicity, fire hazards, and chemical regulations.
By providing hyperlinks to primary research and other sources of safety information, Hazmat Navigator makes the amount of time you spend researching more valuable.
Unique, reliable information
Primary sources for Hazmat Navigator's extensive database include Bretherick's Handbook of Reactive Chemical Hazards, Sittig's Handbook of Toxic and Hazardous Chemicals and Carcinogens, Sittig's Handbook of Pesticides and Agricultural Chemicals, Encyclopedia of Toxicology, and the Fire Protection Guide to Hazardous Materials. Hazmat Navigator is the only place you can access this time tested, industry-standard information in one convenient location, eliminating the need to search multiple sources.
Additionally, the Hazmat Navigator editorial board monitors journals and other sources to discover the latest information on reactive, health, and toxic hazards and incorporates these findings into Hazmat Navigator on a regular basis.
Warning: Hazmat Navigator has only partial information for some compounds. If a compound is not included or if information is not provided,
DO NOT assume that the compound is without hazard. Proceed at your own risk.