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Voluntary Call for Information on Chemicals – Introducers of Chemicals of Potential Security Concern

The National Industrial Chemicals Notification and Assessment Scheme (NICNAS) published a voluntary call for information on certain chemicals which are of potential security concern in the Chemical Gazette of 2 August 2011.
This notice replicates the call for information and is directed at importers or manufacturers of the 40 industrial chemicals listed below. Organisations who have responded to the August Gazette notice need not respond again.



Chemical Name

CAS No.

Arsenic pentoxide

1303-28-2

Arsenic trioxide

1327-53-3

Beryllium sulphate

13510-49-1

Calcium cyanide

592-01-8

Carbon disulfide

75-15-0

Chloropicrin

76-06-2

Cyanogen bromide

506-68-3

Cyanogen chloride

506-77-4

Diethyl phosphate

762-04-9

Dimethyl mercury

593-74-8

Dimethyl phosphite

868-85-9

Dimethyl sulphate

77-78-1

Ethyl mercury chloride

107-27-7

Ethyldiethanolamine

139-87-7

Fluoroacetic acid

144-49-0

Fluoroethyl alcohol

371-62-0

Fluoroethyl fluoroacetate

459-99-4

Mercuric chloride

7487-94-7

Mercuric nitrate

10045-94-0

Mercuric oxide

21908-53-2

Mercurous nitrate

10415-75-5

Mercury cyanide

592-04-1

Methyl fluoroacetate

453-18-9

Methyldiethanolamine

105-59-9

Osmium tetroxide

20816-12-0

Phosphorus

7723-14-0

Phosphorus oxychloride

10025-87-3

Phosphorus pentachloride

10026-13-8

Phosphorus trichloride

7719-12-2

Potassium cyanide

151-50-8

Sodium cyanide

143-33-9

Sulfur dichloride

10545-99-0

Sulfur monochloride

10025-67-9

Thallium sulphate

7446-18-6

Thionyl chloride

7719-09-7

Thiophosphoryl chloride

3982-91-0

Triethanolamine

102-71-6

Triethyl phosphite

122-52-1

Trimethyl phosphite

121-45-9

Zinc cyanide

557-21-1

To assist with the recording of relevant information on these chemicals, NICNAS has developed a survey template which can be downloaded using this link: http://www.nicnas.gov.au/consultations.asp

Please send the requested information by 13 September 2011 to:
Maureen Hardy
Science Strategy & International Programs
NICNAS
GPO Box 58
Sydney NSW 2001
email: maureen.hardy@nicnas.gov.au.

NICNAS is collating information on the 40 chemicals on behalf of the Australian Government Attorney-General ’s Department (AGD). The information will primarily be considered to inform risk assessments on these chemicals of potential security concern.

For further information, please contact Mr Phillip Sharp by phone: (02) 8577 8820, fax: (02) 8577 8888 or email: phillip.sharp@nicnas.gov.au.

 

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