REACH

A Walk Down Memory Lane with the Purple Book

Benjamin Franklin once said, “In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.” I think that I would amend that to include regulatory changes. Ours is a world of change and while the rate of changes sometimes slows, it never really stops. I was reminded of this the other day

TSCA Compliance Will Be a Taller Task After the ‘Reset’ Button Is Pushed

There are times when we all would like to hit the “reset” button and start again, and then there are times when it’s hit for us whether we like it or not. That’s what happened with substances in the European Union. Enter the era of inventory resets, initiated by the EU’s Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and

Regulatory Impact Report: The impact of REACH on downstream users

In partnership with Chemical Watch The EU’s REACH Regulation has been in the process of being implemented since 2007 and vast quantities of information have been disseminated about it. Even so, many companies are still, to varying degrees, unaware of how the Regulation actually works and how it will affect them. REACH has important implications for those who

REACH SVT: There’s a Ton to Think About for Substance Volume Tracking

“No data no market.” This fundamental principle underlies the European Union’s Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals—better known as REACH—regulation.  It basically means that the EU wants to keep close tabs on the amount of substances in the products being sold or distributed in its 28 member states—which includes the United Kingdom at least for

Insourcing vs. Outsourcing: That Is the question!

The Challenge While the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals, or GHS, was created to make identifying hazardous products and substances simpler for companies and workers, the truth of the matter is things have gotten a lot more complicated over the years. The big question is: As a company, can you handle

Finding the Harmonization in GHS

The GHS is not as harmonized as many of us may have hoped. With all the countries who have currently implemented GHS, along with those that are coming up, are there ways to create a ‘harmonized’ SDS or label? The world is becoming smaller and where we used to divide the planet up into regions, maybe we should look at it differently. In this webinar we will look at different ways to create harmonized SDSs across multiple countries and ask questions on where a pragmatic view to SDS/Label creation might help make processes more efficient.

REACH GHS

GHS & REACH Compliance Successfully navigating the many shades of purple. Chemical Management GHS & REACH Hazardous Material Management Product Compliance SDS Authoring Solutions > Product Stewardship > GHS & REACH PROVIDING FLEXIBILITY AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE Successfully implementing GHS – by Design Fortunately, the ‘Shades of purple’ between some countries can be immaterial to

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REACHing into the Future… Communicating Mixture Hazard Information

A few years have passed since the crazy rush of creating exposure scenarios for registered substances. Now, we are faced with this daunting task of developing an approach that is both pragmatic and meaningful for communicating safe-use information of mixtures to downstream users in a useable format. In this webinar, we will take a look at the future for formulators and how they will need to communicate the Exposure Scenario information to their customers.

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