In responding to a survey from your customer, you should know:
Only your customer will have access to your response. No other users of Toxnot will be able to see your information.
Toxnot will not disclose your information.
Any substance information that you share can be marked as proprietary, hiding the CASRN and Chemical Name from your customer. Hazard, toxicology, and other non-identifying information will be visible to your customer and appear in their reports.
Your data is stored encrypted, both at rest and in transit.
Toxnot employees do not have administrative access to log in to your account and see your information.
When adding a substance to a request for data, you will enter the CASRN for your chemical. You will then see the "Disclosure" section where you can designate a chemical as proprietary if desired.
When you designate a chemical as proprietary, its CASRN and Chemical Name will not appear to your customer or show up in reports.
Instead, they will see the term "Proprietary":
However, they still see any available hazard data such as the rating BM-2 above which is useful for reporting purposes.
Substances that you do not designate as proprietary will appear in reports.
In a Health Product Declaration report including this proprietary substance, the chemical will appear as "Undisclosed":
LEED v4 Disclosure and Optimization Report
In a LEED v4 report including this proprietary substance, the chemical will appear as "Undisclosed":
In an ILFI Declare Label including this proprietary substance, the chemical will appear as "Undisclosed":
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