Safety Data Sheets

CEPRA offers consulting services to prepare and update the eSDS (Extended Safety Data Sheet) of substances and mixtures according to REACH (Regulation 2006/1907 / EC) by applying the CLP (Regulation 2008/1272 / EC) and Globally Harmonized System (GHS)

The services offered are:

  • Editing / Revision of Safety Data Sheets
  • Collection of necessary data
    • Physical chemical data
    • Toxicological data
    • Ecotoxicological data
    • Transport
    • Exposure limit values
  • Evaluation of compliance with the instructions received through the SDS and the attached Exhibit Scenario (Uses and Conditions for Use Safety)
  • Contact with suppliers (also extra EU)
  • Verification of liability and compliance (disputes / expertise / controversies)
  • Translations in the languages ​​of the European Community or extra EU


Safety Data Sheets are required to provide information to chemical users of information necessary to protect the health and the environment.

The Safety data Sheet format is defined in REACH, the security card is divided into 16 sections.

WHEN YOU PROVIDE A SAFETY DATA SHEET

A safety data sheet should be provided when:

  • A substance or a mixture is classified as hazardous;
  • A substance is persistent, bioaccumulative and toxic (PBT) or very persistent and very bioaccumulative (vPvB); or
  • A substance is included in the Candidate List for Authorisation according to REACH (for other reasons than the above)
  • Mixtures which are not classified as hazardous, but which contain specified concentrations of certain hazardous substances, also require a safety data sheet to be provided on request.

WHAT TO DO WHEN YOU RECEIVE THE SAFETY DATA SHEET

You need to identify and apply appropriate measures to properly control the risks at your site. You should also perform a consistency and plausibility check of the safety data sheet contents, you should compare all sections related to chemical identification, composition, classification, and safe use against on the substance or mixture. The safety data sheet must be update when:

  • If the classification is changed
  • new information on the risk management measures, or new information on hazards becomes available;
  • once an authorisation has been granted or refused, or a restriction has been imposed

 

CEPRA srl is able to draw even SDS in accordance with the regulations of the major markets outside the EU in order to facilitate your import / export activities (China, Korea, South America, Canada, USA ...).

Contact us for more information.