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Forum starts a project on extended safety data sheets, exposure scenarios, risk management measures and operational conditions

Posted Date: 
Friday, June 26, 2015

This news update regarding how Forum starts a project on extended safety data sheets, exposure scenarios, risk management measures and operational conditions, is brought to you by ECHA.

The Forum for Exchange of Information on Enforcement will prepare and execute a fifth coordinated enforcement project (REF-5) focusing on obligations related to extended safety data sheets (e-SDSs), exposure scenarios, risk management measures and operational conditions.

Previous enforcement experience indicated that SDSs were often non-compliant. Therefore, the Forum considers it important to focus enforcement efforts in this area particularly on checking the operation of the new mechanisms introduced by REACH, such as the provision of exposure scenarios.

The precise scope of the project will be defined during the preparatory phase, with the project inspections executed in 2017 and results expected in 2018.

The Forum also chose 14 specific restriction entries for its fourth coordinated enforcement project (REF-4). The list is available in the Annex below.

To learn more about how Forum starts a project on extended safety data sheets, exposure scenarios, risk management measures and operational conditions, please follow the ECHA link above.  Please contact Nexreg for MSDS (SDS) Services.

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