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Europe: UFI module and EU declaration available

Posted by Selerant EHS on 3/07/2020

The UFI code, among the most important innovations introduced by Annex VIII, must be printed on the label of hazardous mixtures in order to uniquely correlate the mixture placed on the market with the information contained in the declaration sent to the Poison Centers.

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Topics: Hazard Labeling, GHS Compliance, Blog, Environmental Health & Safety

Publication of 15th ATP provisional text

Posted by Selerant EHS on 3/07/2020

15th ATP of CLP

The 33rd CARACAL meeting, held last January 15th, led to a first draft of the 15th Adaptation to Technical Progress, amending the Annex VI to Regulation 1272/2008 (CLP).

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Topics: Europe, GHS Compliance, Blog, Environmental Health & Safety

Europe and Annex VIII: FAQs from Chemic webinar

Posted by Selerant EHS on 3/07/2020

Following the CHEMIC webinar, hosted in collaboration with Normachem and covering some of the most pressing European regulatory obligations and their aspects, we found useful to gather the most frequently asked questions to cover some of the less clear aspects of Annex VIII and the EU declaration, from the current implementation status of Annex VIII in the various Member States to more technical aspects.

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Topics: Europe, GHS Compliance, Blog, Environmental Health & Safety

Europe: the 13th ATP applies from May 1st!

Posted by Selerant EHS on 4/06/2020

The 13th ATP of CLP

On October 5th 2018, Regulation (UE) n. 2018/1480 has been published on the Official Journal of the European Union

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Topics: Environmental Health & Safety, blog post

Europe: Annex VIII, provisional text of the 2nd amendment has been published

Posted by Selerant EHS on 29/05/2020

Annex VIII: what does that entail?

According to article 45 of CLP Regulation, importers and downstream users who place hazardous mixtures in the market should submit relevant information in the event of emergency health response to designated appointed bodies.

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Topics: Environmental Health & Safety, blog post

USA: GHS Hazcom and SDS, updated Regulation DataPackage available

Posted by Selerant EHS on 29/05/2020

In previous newsletters we have been able to discuss what the global harmonized system (GHS) provides in the world and understand how nations can freely implement all or some of these elements, they use the approach called building blocks.

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Topics: Safety Data Sheets, Environmental Health & Safety, blog post

Prosisoft HSM: Data update and overview of Annex VIII functions implementation

Posted by Selerant EHS on 29/04/2020

Prosisoft HSM Hazardous Substance Management Software designed to cover and support all aspects of hazardous substance management and dangerous goods transport processing.

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Topics: regulatory compliance, GHS Compliance, Environmental Health & Safety, blog post

HazCom 2012 and CLP: GHS compliance and building blocks approach

Posted by Selerant EHS on 29/04/2020

The globally harmonized system of classification and labelling of chemicals (GHS) is a standard developed by the United Nations to harmonize the classification and labelling of chemicals globally.

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Topics: GHS Compliance, Environmental Health & Safety, blog post

The 49th Amendment of IFRA implementation has been postponed

Posted by Selerant EHS on 29/04/2020

What is IFRA?

IFRA is the official self-regulatory representative body of the fragrance industry worldwide dedicated to ensure the safety of fragrance materials based on the risk assessment carried out by an independent Expert Panel.

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Topics: Environmental Health & Safety, blog post

The European Union and USA are taking emergency measure to facilitate the placing on the market for biocidal products

Posted by Selerant EHS on 29/04/2020

European emergency measures

To face the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic, ECHA and the European Commission are taking necessary measures in addressing disinfectant shortages, a critical issue in most Member States, by acting on the availability of active substances used in biocidal products - in particular isopropanol, 1-propanol and ethanol-.

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Topics: Environmental Health & Safety, blog post

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