Safety Data Sheets (SDS) must be supplied with substances and mixtures that are hazardous to heath. However, anyone being supplied a chemical can demand an SDS even if it is not hazardous if the mixture contains hazardous components above certain thresholds.
In addition, the SDS must be provided in the language of the member state it is supplied in. 24-7 Response offers a cost effective SDS translation service
Due to the recent change in legislation under Classification, Labelling and Packaging Regulation (CLP) all substances and mixtures will need to be reclassified by June 2015. This will mean updates and changes to both SDS and labels.
There will also be a requirement for extended Safety Data Sheets which will need to contain information relating to exposure scenarios.
24-7 Response provides an SDS authoring service, or if you are looking for reassurance that your SDS complies we offer a checking service.
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