UFI generation module is available

Posted by Selerant EHS on 3/07/2019

The UFI code, introduced by CLP Annex VIII, is a labelling element that links a specific hazardous mixture to its specific data that has been notified to the EU Poison Centres database. Therefore, every company that places hazardous mixtures on the market will have to generate their own UFI codes, so that they can be included in the EU Poison Centres notifications for their products and then be included in the hazardous products' label.

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Topics: Hazard Labeling, GHS Compliance

Release 7 of the Data Package is available, specific for US data

Posted by Selerant EHS on 6/05/2019

In 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.

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Topics: Safety Data Sheets Authoring, GHS Compliance

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

Safety Data Sheets and the Globally Harmonised System (GHS)

Posted by Selerant EHS on 29/10/2018

The globally harmonised system (GHS) of classification and labelling of chemical products has been developed by the United Nations to globally standardise the classification and labelling of chemicals. More specifically, the text of the GHS Standard (known as "UN Purple Book") does the following:

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Topics: Safety Data Sheets Authoring, GHS Compliance

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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Topics: GHS Compliance

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