This post describes the principles of risk assessment, particularly the chemical safety assessment required in the REACH Registration. We outline the process for the toxicological risk assessment, and its utility in providing users with risk management measures for using the chemical safely.
You must classify chemical substances and mixtures before they are placed on the market. This guide tells you how the classification processes works for mixtures.
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 article examines the new UK regulatory landscape for classification, labelling and packaging of chemicals under GB CLP.
This article looks at requirements for hazard classification, labelling and safety data sheet provision for makers of candles and diffusers in the EU and UK.
We are regularly asked to provide an SDS for use world-wide. If you want to sell your chemical product into an industrialised country it will follow the UN GHS for hazard classification, SDS format, and label content. However, many national variations mean that harmonisation is not a reality.
A new Regulation requires safety data sheets updates. This post informs you of the necessary changes.