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ATTENTION! Karty bezpečnostných údajov31 May 2018 is the final deadline for substances in range of 1 - 100 tonnes per year. Remaining time:

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Call for companies to continue their SIEF cooperation after the deadline

Kontaktná skupina riaditeľov (DCG) odporúča, aby registrujúci existujúcich látok udržiavali svoje platformy spolupráce aj po poslednom termíne registrácie 31. mája 2018.

Consider the REACH legislation for the EU's success?
Are you ready for CLP requirements for mixtures from 1.6.2015?
Why is SDS needed?
  • main tool of communicating information on safe use of chemicals and mixtures
  • provide the information in the supply chain down but up
  • including information from the relevant Chemical Safety Report the downstream user in the immediate supply chain (must comply)
  • if the chemical safety report prepared - relevant exposure scenarios shall be annexed to the SDS (exposure scenario: a set of conditions, including operational conditions and risk management measures that describe how substances are manufactured or used during its life cycle and how the manufacturer or importer controls, or recommends downstream users to control exposure of humans or the environment.These exposure scenarios may cover one specific process or use or several processes or uses.)
  • employer can with their help determine whether to present his work any hazardous substance or mixture and simultaneously may be considered a risk to health and safety of workers arising from their use
  • made responsible (competent) person (training required)

Safety Data Sheet

Safety Data Sheet - Definition
Why is SDS needed?
For which substance or mixture?
Format of safety data sheet
Update of safety data sheet
Language used in the SDS
How will CLP affect the SDS?
Content of safety data sheet
The content of an SDS - Responsibility
Who should compile an safety data sheet (SDS)


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Substances of Very High Concern identification