The LOLI Database (Lists Of Lists) contains more than 6,000 regulatory lists from more than 130 countries to assist you in complying with occupational, environmental, health and safety regulations from around the world. It also aids in writing Safety Data Sheets (SDSs) and labels for your products and intermediaries.
Comprehensive chemical and regulatory information is available
LOLI includes synonyms and molecular and structural formulas with generic chemical groups. The regulatory data is supplemented with nonregulatory information on related topics such as toxicity, ecotoxicity and physical properties.
LOLI cloud and desktop chemical databases allow you to:
- Create your own lists of chemicals
- Take information from LOLI lists
- Search on one or many chemicals
- Search using personalized filters
- Add and subtract chemicals from your lists
- Find synonyms/chemical groups
LOLI-SAP EHS&T Compliance Suite
The LOLI-SAP EHS&T Compliance Suite includes a comprehensive set of regulatory (Product Safety) and transportation (Dangerous Goods) data, translations of regulatory data, a software mechanism for loading this data into the Customer SAP EH&S system, software and procedures for handling data changes and consulting work for the installation, and configuration and training to help ensure you get the most out of the software.
In addition to the data, the database comes with millions of chemical identifiers and tens of thousands of chemical links. Additional components available for the Compliance Suite include Expert Rules, phrase library for SDS authoring and remote update service.
LOLI Database quality process
A consistent set of development practices and standard operating procedures serve as a foundation for reviewing and maintaining a high-quality regulatory database and for the development of new data. To do this, we review existing and new regulatory and advisory sources on a quarterly basis to help ensure data relevancy, currency, accuracy and accessibility.
Each regulatory database specialist is responsible for lists that are specific to their assigned area of responsibility. Lists are updated as a source is amended and are audited once a year against the current source. New lists are audited by a different team member following their input. In addition, there are software-based technical audits performed weekly on the LOLI master database that check the data for a variety of potential inconsistencies based on definitions outlined by both the IT and Regulatory departments’ content standards.