Chemical Hazard Communications

With the adoption of national regulations following the guidance of the UNECE Globally Harmonized System (GHS) and as Europe’s Registration, Evaluation, and Authorization of Chemicals (REACH) and similar regulations have been implemented, companies have experienced an unprecedented rate of change in the requirements for chemical hazard communication.

Fortunately, the GHS has now been rolled out in most of the major chemical markets around the world, and the final REACH transitional period is ending. Companies now have an opportunity to take a step back and re-evaluate if they are happy with the automated SDS authoring systems and other processes that have been established to meet the quickly evolving demands in the hazard communication and product stewardship field.

That means, this is the time to learn more about services Chemical Safety Consulting offers to help companies determine if their software systems are meeting their needs! Learn more about how we can help here:

If you are entering new markets, or behind in your GHS roll-out, you may still be faced with a confusing array of new “building blocks” for hazard classification, and new information and documents flowing through the supply chain. If you are struggling to understand these obligations, where can you turn for help?

Chemical Safety Consulting can answer your questions:

  • When is GHS compliance required?
  • How do the requirements differ in different countries or jurisdictions?
  • What are the requirements for safety data sheets and labels?
  • What is an Extended SDS? Do I need one?

Chemical Safety Consulting focuses on making your business processes more efficient and leveraging your hazard communication data for a more sustainable, growing business.