By Sphera’s Editorial Team | June 23, 2017

Health Hazard Data

As global economies continue to adopt GHS and a mostly standardized classification system, one area that lacks harmonization is toxicity and eco-toxicity data used for classification.

The potential difference in classifications determined can have consequences in terms of protection of health, environment, property, storage requirements and costs as well as marketability of products compared with competitors.

Overall, this could be the last significant hurdle related to harmonizing the classification of substances under the GHS classification schema.

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