Posted by Selerant EHS on 6/05/2019

Release 7 of the Data Package is available, specific for US dataIn previous newsletters we had the chance to get deeper in the ways in which to implement various GHS regulations and standards. These needs change from country to country, based on how they implement the GHS standard and on what additional laws and regulations they might implement.

This means that different countries can require different information in their SDS implementations, and providing these is a key aspect in the compliance of the Safety Data Sheet.

The EU CLP regulation exemplifies this by having harmonised substances with a specific classification and M factors, as well as further substance lists such as SVHC, and EU-specific occupational exposure limits.

Additional Data according to US HazCom

The US implementation of the GHS (HazCom) requires specific federal and state information to be reported in the Safety Data Sheet. Examples of these are OSHA exposure limits, IARC carcinogens, and California's Proposition 65.

What you will find in this data package

This US Data Package lets users import and update data for the following HazCom SDS sections:

  • Section 8 – Exposure control / Individual Protection
    • OSHA Permissible Exposure Limits (OSHA PEL)
    • NIOSH Recommended Exposure Limits (NIOSH REL)
  • Section 11 – Toxicological Information
    • List of substances classified as carcinogenic in the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) monograph
    • List of substances classified as carcinogenic in the National Toxicology Program (NTP) report
    • List of substances classified as carcinogenic by OSHA
    • List of substances classified as carcinogenic by NIOSH
  • Section 15 – Regulatory information
    • List of substances indicated in federal regulations:
      • TSCA Inventory and further TSCA sections (Section 12(b), Section 4 Test Rules, Section 5(a) Significant New Use Rules, etc…)
      • Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act (SARA) Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA)
      • Clean Air Act (CAA)
      • Clean Water Act
    • List of substances indicated in State-specific regulations:
      • California Proposition 65
      • Massachusetts Right to Know
      • New Jersey Right to Know
      • Pennsylvania Right to Know

Availability and download

Those who are already subscribed to the HazCom data package will soon receive instructions on how to download and install this update.

IThose who wish to receive further info on this data package and all the advantages it can give you, please contact our customer service at

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Topics: Safety Data Sheets Authoring, GHS Compliance

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