A new CLP update: publication of the 12th ATP

Posted by Selerant EHS on 6/05/2019

The 12th ATP of CLP

On March 12th 2019, Regulation (EU) 2019/521 was published. It consists in the 12th ATP, amending the CLP regulation (1272/2008).

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Topics: Europe

A practical solution to place products on the market in compliance with Directive 2004/42/EC

Posted by Selerant EHS on 1/04/2019

A VOC, acronym of Volatile Organic Compounds, is defined in directive 2004/42/EC as any organic compound with a starting boiling point lesser or equal than 250°C, measured at a standard pressure of 101,3 kPa.

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Topics: hazard labels, Safety Data Sheets Authoring

Duties of the importer according to HazCom

Posted by Selerant EHS on 1/04/2019

The OSHA interpretation

OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) is the USA organisation responsible of the HazCom regulation. OSHA publishes on its website a number of Standard Interpretations, a series of Q&A that give further clarification on some HazCom topics.

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Topics: North America

New official ECHA guidances on CLP Annex VIII

Posted by Selerant EHS on 1/04/2019

Annex VIII: what does it bring to the table?

According to Article 45 of CLP regulation, importers and downstream users who put hazardous mixtures on the market must notify relevant information concerning emergency health response. This information must be transmitted to the appropriate appointed bodies.

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Topics: Europe

Directive 2019/130: new European occupational exposure limit values

Posted by Selerant EHS on 4/03/2019

Directive 2019/130: what’s new?

On January 31st 2019 the European Directive 2019/130 has been published. This directive updates Annex III Directive 2004/37/CE, containing the occupational exposure limit values by adding new entries. The five substances added to Directive 2019/130 are the following:

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Topics: Europe

Update to restriction 51 in REACH Annex XVII

Posted by Selerant EHS on 4/03/2019

The importance of restrictions

Restrictions are a tool for protecting human health and the environment from unacceptable risks that come with some hazardous chemical substances. Restrictions, described in Annex XVII of Regulation EC n° 1907/2006 (REACH), can limit or forbid the production, use or placing on the market of a specific substance. Restrictions to which a substance or mixture is subject must be specified in the 15th section of the SDS.

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Topics: Europe

DataPackage Update - February 2019

Posted by Selerant EHS on 1/03/2019

Following the update of the SVHC substances in the Candidate List and the publication of European Directive 2019/130 on european occupational exposure limits, Selerant has updated its solutions by releasing a dedicated EU DataPackage for Hazex Professional. Download your installation package to update your systems!

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Topics: Safety Data Sheets Authoring, GHS Compliance

New SVHC substances added to the Candidate List

Posted by Selerant EHS on 30/01/2019

What substances have been added to the Candidate List?

ECHA, on request of the European Commission or a Member State, may propose a substance to be identified as of very high concern (SVHC). If the substance is identified as such, it will be added to the Candidate List for its eventual inclusion in the authorisation list (REACH Annex XIV). The inclusion of a substance in the Candidate List creates law obligations for the companies producing, importing or using these substances as such, in preparations or in articles.

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Topics: Europe

How to generate and distribute exposure scenarios

Posted by Selerant EHS on 30/01/2019

During the registration process, registrants prepare a chemical safety assessment (CSA), with an evaluation of exposure for hazardous substances registered in an amount higher than 10 tons per year.

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Topics: Exposure scenarios, Safety Data Sheets Authoring

What's new with ADR 2019

Posted by Selerant EHS on 30/01/2019

What's new with ADR 2019?

UNECE - The United Nations Economic Commission for Europe - published the official ADR 2019 text, regulating road transport of hazardous goods. ADR 2019 came into force on January 1st 2019, and there is a transitional period ending on June 30th 2019.

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Topics: Global

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