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German WGK (Water Hazard Class) according to AwSV

Posted by Selerant EHS on 27/06/2017

With the publication of the AwSV (Ordinance on facilities for the handling of substances hazardous to water) in the Bundesanzeiger of 21 April 2017, the new regulation, which was adopted in 2014, but not approved by the Bundesrat (Federal Council) for a long time, will now enter into force this year, in all parts, no later than 1 August 2017.

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Topics: CLP, German WGK, Water Hazard Class

Regulation EU n. 2017/999 has been published, bringing changes to authorisations listed in Annex XIV of REACH Regulation

Posted by Selerant EHS on 27/06/2017

Which new substances have been added to REACH Annex XIV?

Regulation 2017/999 adds 12 new entries to REACH Annex XIV, bringing the total number of substances to 43.

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Topics: REACH, Annex XIV, Regulation 2017/999

Regulation 2017/1000 has been published, bringing a new restriction to REACH Annex XVII

Posted by Selerant EHS on 27/06/2017

What is a restriction?

The Restriction procedure allows the management of those hazards which are not adequately evaluated by specific dispositions of the REACH Regulation. Restriction proposals may concern different things, such as manufacturing conditions, use, placing on the market, or specific prohibitions.

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Topics: Annex XVII, Regulation 2017/1000

Managing external documentation

Posted by Selerant EHS on 27/06/2017

For an optimal management of product safety documents, such as exposure scenarios and technical data sheets, you can activate the knowledge base module for HazEX Professional.

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Topics: HazEX Professional, Managing external documentation

End of the transitional period for labelling according to the old EC DSD/DPD directive and for SDS redaction according to Reg. 453/2010

Posted by Selerant EHS on 30/05/2017

Retiring EC labelling: CLP labels becomes mandatory

Labelling according to the old 1999/45/CE directive was still accepted thanks to a transitional period which allowed its use for mixtures manufactured and placed on the market before June 1st 2015, according to article 61, paragraph 4 of regulation (EC) 1272/2004 (also known as CLP).

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Topics: Safety Data Sheets, Labelling

An important update to the CLP: the 10th ATP

Posted by Selerant EHS on 30/05/2017

The 10th ATP of CLP

On the 4th of May 2017, Regulation (EU) n. 2017/776 has been published on the Official Journal of the European Union (L 116). This regulation, also known as the 10th ATP, updates Regulation 1272/2008 (CLP). This regulation updates Annex VI of regulation 1272/2008 by updating the harmonised classification of 13 substances already listed under Annex VI, and by adding 23 newly harmonised substances to the same Annex.

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Topics: CLP, ATP

Release of the “French IOH Déclaration Synapse” module

Posted by Selerant EHS on 30/05/2017

According to recent regulatory dispositions, all manufacturers, importers and distributors who place a hazardous product on french territories must declare the product according to the guidelines described on the declaration synapse website.

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Topics: HazEX Professional, Declaration Synapse

Harmonisation of data transmission regarding hazardous mixtures: Annex VIII of CLP

Posted by Selerant EHS on 21/04/2017

CLP Annex VIII: what does it bring?

Reg. (UE) 2017/542 defines how the transmission of data regarding hazardous mixtures can be harmonised, making emergency interventions easier. Up until now data transmission has been different in each member state, which caused problems and slow-downs, with many inconveniences for those who place these mixtures in different countries and thus have to follow different procedures.

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Topics: CLP

New consultation for three substances regarding their harmonised classification and labelling

Posted by Selerant EHS on 21/04/2017

Three new substances subject to public consultation

Public consultations have been opened by the ECHA for three substances regarding their classification in Annex VI of the CLP Regulation. ECHA invites all interested parties to provide comments regarding all classes for physical, health and environmental hazards.

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Topics: Harmonised Classification, Public consultation

End of support for Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 operating systems

Posted by Selerant EHS on 21/04/2017

Exactly 3 years ago, between April and July 2014, Microsoft ended the extended support for Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 Operating Systems. As a consequence, the security updates and technical support are no longer provided. After 15 years of compatibility, Selerant announces the end of support for all environments that are still working with these operating systems, starting from 1st June 2017.

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Topics: HazEX Professional

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