THE RIFM DATABASE
The RIFM Database is the most comprehensive, worldwide source of toxicology data, literature and general information on fragrance and flavor raw materials.
Fragrance Material Safety Resource Center
RIFM's Online Fragrance Material Safety Assessment Resource Center is published by Elsevier's Food and Chemical Toxicology Journal. The Resource Center features RIFM peer reviewed scientific publications including:
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RIFM 2016 Year-End Wrap Up
If you missed Dr. Anne Marie Api's presentation summarizing RIFM's activities in 2016, you can still view the recording.
Dermal Sensitization: How Clusters Are Formed And Read Across Is Used
If you missed this important RIFM Webinar, you can still view the recorded version. Join RIFM Scientists and Dr. Terry W. Schultz, from the Expert Panel for Fragrance Safety for this RIFM Webinar on Dermal Sensitization. This Webinar is Free and for RIFM Members (Member login required).
Q3 2016 Update on RIFM Safety Assessment and Research Programs
View the recording of this RIFM Member Webinar! Q3 2016 updates on RIFM's Safety Assessment Program, Environmental Research Program and RIFM's use of Toxicological Threshold of Concern (TTC) for Local Respiratory Effects and Systemic and Reproductive Toxicity.
50th Annual Meeting - Communicating the Science of Safe Scent
RIFM's 50th Anniversary was a huge success! Thank you to our Sponsors and guests who helped make it a spectacular evening. View the presentations.
Seasons Greetings From RIFM
We wish you and your families a wonderful holiday season and a peaceful and prosperous New Year!
RIFM Procedure To Review Fragrance Materials Not Included In The Safety Assessment Program
This brief RIFM publication outlines the process for completing a Safety Assessment on a new material that is not already being processed through the RIFM Safety Assessment Program.
Novel Database for exposure to fragrance ingredients in cosmetics and personal care products
D. Comiskey et al, Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology, 72 (2015) 660-672.