You must classify chemical substances and mixtures before they are placed on the market. This guide tells you how the classification processes work. Substance classification is usually achieved through testing, although structure–activity relationships may also help. There are also inventories of hazard classification, that simplify substance classification.
This article covers the main facets of GB and EU SDSs that require attention during compilation to give not only a compliant SDS that will pass inspection, but also prove useful.
This post informs you of new requirements to notify articles (eg machine parts) that contain substances of very high concern to the European Chemicals Agency.
This post updates you on the UK REACH Regulation, the Government’s main instrument for gathering hazard information for forming UK chemical policy post Brexit.
A new Regulation requires safety data sheets updates. This post informs you of the necessary changes.
SVHCs and the Authorisation List The REACH Regulation  aims to ensure a high level of protection of human health
What are SVHCs? The REACH Regulation  aims to ensure a high level of protection of human health and the
Health and environmental effects Endocrine disruptors (EDs) are implicated in declining sperm counts, genital malformations in newborns, and rising rates
The Problem with POPs Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs) are man-made substances that take a long time to breakdown in the environment,
As of 31st January 2020, the UK is no longer a Member State of the EU. A transition period is