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14 Feb

Sensitisation in GHS / CLP

By |2022-02-28T16:19:16+01:0014 February 2022|SDB-Profi, GefStoff-Profi|

There are two sensitisation hazards in GHS / CLP, Europe even has another related EUH statement with EUH208. What does sensitisation actually mean, what does it refer to and what does it have to do with allergies? What does sensitisation mean? For the definition of sensitisation, it is best to look at the law

7 Jun

What is different in the US-SDS? (Part 2)

By |2021-06-07T12:07:28+02:007 June 2021|SDB-Profi|

After an overview from the first part to the series, I summarize some differences between the European (EU-SDS) and the US Safety Data Sheet (US-SDS) formats. As a source, I primarily use the corresponding legal sources. [1] [2] Substances and mixtures in the EU-SDS The CLP Regulation indicates the classification and labeling and identification

25 May

What is different in the US-SDS?

By |2021-05-25T10:26:29+02:0025 May 2021|SDB-Profi|

Is it possible to use a European safety data sheet for the USA? After all, both jurisdictions have the same basis for SDS: GHS. Certain adaptations are nevertheless necessary. So what is different in the US-SDS? I will shed more light on this question in my next blog posts. Where are the similarities? Both

10 May

What do GHS, REACH, CLP or CFR mean?

By |2021-05-10T13:35:03+02:0010 May 2021|SDB-Profi|

Since legal ordinances are usually named in an unwieldy manner, abbreviations are found as legal references instead. However, these are often an obstacle for those interested in getting started with chemicals law. This article summarizes a few important, overarching regulations and their meaning. To coincide with our series on safety data sheets in the

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