Classification, Labelling and Packaging (CLP) Regulation was set out to protect the environment and the health of those dealing with substances. It is legally binding across the Member States and directly applicable to all industrial sectors. It requires manufacturers, importers or downstream users of substances to classify, label and package chemicals appropriately.
A major aspect of CLP is establishing whether a product requires hazardous classification or not. Hazard classes cover physical, health, environment and additional obstacles. These identified hazards must be properly communicated in all other actors in the supply chain (including consumers) in order to satisfy regulation.
Deenamic can use our expertise and experience within this field to curate the most crucial information for your organization. We are able to translate the documents into relevant languages and ensure any Safety Data Sheets (SDS) is top quality to ensure the safety of anyone dealing with the substance.
Aspects of SDSs such as exposure level and toxicology data need to communicate the most important information to protect the environment and those working with the substance, yet many of these documents are often lacking. Deenamic sets out to prevent this happening with your document and establishing it in line with the Global Harmonization System.
When it comes to CLP Regulation, our services include reviewing, liaising with graphic designers, assessing legislation compliance within documents and more. CLP Regulation makes up the backbone of the industry and it is vital to have an experienced team to ensure the success of your organization.
We also offer services pertaining to UFI curation. A Unique Formula Identifier (UFI) is a code printed on products with hazardous mixtures in the European Economic Area, meant to help calls to poison control centres to determine the contents. It is a crucial aspect for the involved businesses