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Ein Chemikalieninformationssystem als App im Einsatz

dc.contributor.authorMinx, Gunnar
dc.contributor.editorFuchs-Kittowski, Frank
dc.contributor.editorHosenfeld, Friedhelm
dc.contributor.editorAbecker, Andreas
dc.contributor.editorWikarski, Dietmar
dc.description.abstractThe GSBL (Joint Substance Data Pool of the German Federal Government and the German Federal States) is a chemical information system that has been operated together with the federal states and the German Environment Agency (Umweltbundesamt) for more than 20 years. The system was conceived primarily for use in authorities for a wide range of questions regarding chemicals. In 2003 the database GSA (Hazardous Substances Directive) was added. It should now be possible, for example, for the fire brigade to use this database for its purposes. It was also tried in the following years, the GSBL and the GSA to spread and new target groups to open up. The GSBL was made available in the Extranet of the police and applied to trade fairs. From 2014, the GSA was then designed as an app and tailor-made for the fire brigade. A further application was made available in Spring 2017. The app is now also offered for the PC as GSAdesktop with different user profiles and more substances.de
dc.relation.ispartofUmweltinformationssysteme 2017 - Vernetzte Umweltdaten (UIS 2017)
dc.relation.ispartofseriesWorkshops "AK Umweltinformationssysteme"
dc.titleEin Chemikalieninformationssystem als App im Einsatzde
dc.typeText/Conference Paper
gi.citation.publisherPlaceBrandenburg a.d. Havel
gi.conference.locationBrandenburg a.d. Havel