Vietnam GHS has been updated

Posted by Selerant EHS on 23/02/2018

Two rulings update the Vietnamese implementation of the GHS

The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MOIT) of Vietnam has published two rulings that replace the previous implementation of the GHS in Vietnam. These rulings modify the text of some hazard statements, introduce new hazard categories, and add new criteria for the redaction of safety data sheets.

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Topics: Vietnam, SDS, classification, GHS

GHS in the world and safety data sheets

Posted by Selerant EHS on 23/09/2016

More and more extra-european countries are developing and implementing their own versions of the GHS, and Selerant answers by developing new calculation databases and specific SDS models that allow the user to create and calculate safety data sheets that are compliant with these new and developing standards.

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The new Mexico GHS has been published: from optional to mandatory

Posted by Selerant EHS on 23/11/2015

A new regulation: from optional to mandatory

Mexico has published a new regulation based on GHS 5, with the aim of harmonizing the country’s classification criteria with those of the rest of the world. The regulation has been published on the Official gazette with the following code: NOM-018-STPS-2015.

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Topics: GHS

ATP Management

Posted by Selerant EHS on 25/09/2015

The ATP management through the “Cascade mechanism” has already been described in previous newsletters, but we want to show it to you once more, in case there are some questions regarding this specific function.

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Topics: GHS, HazEX, ATP

A number of important regulatory changes occur in June 2015

Posted by Selerant EHS on 16/06/2015

In June 2015, a number of regulations come into force

June 2015 is a very important month for the regulatory field, because it will see the entry into force of a number of highly-awaited regulations, such as CLP for Europe and HazCom for the U.S.

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Topics: Regulation, GHS, HazCOM

Publication of the fifth edition of the UN GHS

Posted by Michelle Duerst on 21/11/2013

Fifth GHS edition: what is it?

The fifth edition of GHS does not add new classes of danger to the GHS, but it is mainly useful to clarify some methods of evaluation and calculation, moreover it makes a reordering of the GHS elements of danger, also in relation to the classification for transport.

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Topics: GHS

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