Material Safety Data Sheets in accordance with the safety regulations.
EUSHEET Plus GHS/CLP is software that can create Safety Data Sheets that fully comply with safety and environmental protection regulations in all European Union countries.
It’s an indispensable tool for any production company that wishes to operate in the European Union.
The Safety Data Sheet consist of 16 sections and within it a mass of highly technical information.
A manual compilation will require great deal of time and effort.
EuSHEET GHS/CLP is a useful tool for automatically creating and managing safety data sheets.
The safety data sheet model can be easily and quickly modified to suit your particular changing needs.
EuSHEET Plus GHS/CLP uses an automatic procedure to create the Safety Data Sheet.
This makes for a more efficient use of time and resources.
This product cannot be beaten for flexibility, power and ease of use.
EuSHEET Plus GHS/CLP allows you to work simultaneously with data coming from:
- Directives 67/584/EC and 99/45/EC;
- Regulations 1907/2006/EC (Reach) and 453/2010/EU (Amendments to Reach Annex II);
- Regulation 1272/2008/EC (CLP/GHS Europe).
Our software is constantly updated to keep pace with any changes to European legislation.
Selerant collaborates with leading authorities from industry and the legal profession.
In Italy we have work closely with the Istituto Superiore di Sanità(n° 18061/SA10 –www.preparatipericolosi.iss.it ). This is the official body that registers the use of warning labels on chemical products.
Moreover Selerant has created a technical-scientific department to evaluate toxicological and eco-toxicological data, and to help companies interpret the regulations in force regarding the safety data sheets and labeling of chemical products.
The Safety Data Sheet is divided into 16 sections, according to Regulation 453/2010/EU:
1. Identification of the substance/mixture and of the company/undertaking
2. Hazards identification
3. Composition/information on ingredients
4. First aid measures
5. Firefighting measures
6. Accidental release measures
7. Handling and storage
8. Exposure controls/personal protection
9. Physical and chemical properties
10. Stability and reactivity
11. Toxicological information
12. Ecological information
13. Disposal considerations
14. Transport information
15. Regulatory information
16. Other information
Selerant constantly updates its software to keep pace with all legislative developments.
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