CLP is being updated: 13th ATP

Posted by Selerant EHS on 29/10/2018

The 13th ATP of CLP

On October 5th 2018 Regulation (EU) n. 2018/1480, corresponding to the 13th ATP, has been published on the official EU journal. This regulation amends Regulation 1272/2008 (CLP).

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Topics: 13th ATP, Regulation 2018/1480

Upcoming HazCom update

Posted by Selerant EHS on 29/10/2018

What is HazCom?

Inl 2012, OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) incorporated the third revision of the GHS Standard in the 29 CFR 1910.1200 standard, commonly known as HazCom. This standard specifies classification criteria, while also standardising label elements and chemical product information to be indicated in the SDS concerning the US market.

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Topics: HazCOM, usa

Safety Data Sheets and the Globally Harmonised System (GHS)

Posted by Selerant EHS on 29/10/2018

The globally harmonised system (GHS) of classification and labelling of chemical products has been developed by the United Nations to globally standardise the classification and labelling of chemicals. More specifically, the text of the GHS Standard (known as "UN Purple Book") does the following:

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Topics: Safety Data Sheets, SDS

Are you looking for a way to manage storage and distribution of Safety Data Sheets and Exposure Scenarios?

Posted by Selerant EHS on 1/10/2018

Safety Data Sheets are the most relevant document concerning the transmission of information on substances and mixtures, since they hold relevant information concerning physical and chemical properties, data concerning toxicity, and information on environmental hazards. All this info is relevant for a correct and safe use of the chemical product.

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Topics: Exposure scenarios, Storing, distribution, Safety Data Sheets, SDS

Proposals and news on harmonised CLP classifications

Posted by Selerant EHS on 1/10/2018

Harmonised classification: substance proposals

On the ECHA website a series of substances can be found, for which a proposal of harmonised classification and related dossier exist:

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Topics: Harmonised Classification

New proposals of Substances of Very High Concern (SVHC)

Posted by Selerant EHS on 1/10/2018

The SVHC identification process

On request of the European Commission, a Member State or the ECHA may propose the classification of a substance as substance of very high concern (SVHC). If such classification occurs, the aforementioned substance will be added to the candidate list for its eventual inclusion in Annex XIV. The inclusion of a substance in the candidate list generates legal obligations for companies producing, importing or using such substance as is, in preparations, or in items.

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Topics: SVHC, Candidate list

New notification of hazardous mixtures: a summary with some suggestions

Posted by Selerant EHS on 1/10/2018

Article written by: Normachem

Regulation (EU) 2017/542, a.k.a. Annex VIII of the CLP, is about the new notification method of hazardous mixtures.

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Topics: hazardous mixtures, Regulation (EU) 2017/542, Europe

New SVHC substances have been added to the Candidate List

Posted by Selerant EHS on 31/07/2018

Which substances has been added to Candidate List?

On request of the European Commission, a Member state or ECHA may propose the classification of a substance as substance of very high concern (SVHC). If such classification occurs, the aforementioned substance will be added to the candidate list for its eventual inclusion in Annex XIV. The inclusion of a substance in the candidate list generates obligations for companies producing, importing or using such substances as is, in preparations, or in items.

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Topics: SVHC, Candidate list, Annex XIV

New CLP harmonised classification and labelling proposals have been submitted

Posted by Selerant EHS on 31/07/2018

Harmonised classification: proposed substances

On ECHA website has been published the following harmonised classification and labelling (CLH) proposals:

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Topics: Harmonised Classification, Labelling, CLH

Water hazard for Germany

Posted by Selerant EHS on 31/07/2018

According to this regulation, in Germany every substance or mixture must be included in one of these WGK classes:

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