UFI in the label: What? How? When?

Posted by Selerant EHS on 4/07/2018

How should I add UFIs in my labels?

During the first joint convention of Selerant and Normachem, one of the hottest topics has been that of UFIs. A UFI, which stands for "Unique Formula Identifier", is an alphanumeric code that must be printed on the label of a product. The UFI creates a unique link between the mixture being put on the market and its specific information, which are sent to what will be the European Poison Centre. In this way, if an emergency arises the UFI will allow first aid responders to identify the product quickly and reliably.

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Topics: Annex VIII, UFI, labels

New ECHA guidance draft on the upcoming Annex VIII to CLP

Posted by Selerant EHS on 20/03/2018

CLP Annex VIII: what does it bring?

Commission Regulation (EU) 2017/542 defines how to harmonise the transmission of data regarding hazardous mixtures, 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: Poison centres, Annex VIII, UFI

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