Safety data sheets are multi-page documents, divided into 16 sections and subsections, for the safe use of chemical products. These are transmitted in PDF format in the supply chain.
A safety data sheet contains information for operating instructions and risk assessments. In addition, safety data sheets of premixtures are also used for further processing in your own safety data sheets.
Safety data sheets are updated at irregular intervals and published as new versions by the company putting them on the market.
Automated reading in of PDF safety data sheets into GeSi using the SDBcheck® interface.
Safety data sheets are automatically read in after they have been checked for plausibility by the SDBcheck® online tool.
This is how it works
With GeSi³, you directly access the SDBcheck® online portal and the checked safety data sheets stored there in “My SDBcheck®”. The prerequisite is that you are a registered user of SDBcheck®.
You import the relevant safety data sheets into the respective GeSi³ module in a structured manner. The original safety data sheet itself is appended as an annex at the same time. The data of the plausibility check is also transferred to GeSi³.
If new safety data sheet versions are created, you update existing records. Links to workplaces are of course retained. The GeSi³ dashboard directly shows you the next action required.
Volume packages for data import.
Import premixtures for formulations
S. 1 Company and supplier email
S. 2 Classification and labeling
S. 3 Ingredients and their toxicity and ecotoxicity data from S. 11 and 12
Create hazardous substance list and risk assessment based on EMKG incl. limit monitoring
incl. bulk email function to request new safety data sheet versions
I have just registered successfully and tested SDBcheck® straight away with a new hazardous substance. I am delighted and imported the data into GeSi³ afterwards. This will make my work much easier in future and, above all, save me time. I have approx. 1000 substances in my database. Excellent, a great function. Keep up the good work!