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The responsibility of Malaysia’s chemical regulation falls under the Department of Occupational Safety and Health (DOSH), Ministry of Human Resources (MOHR). Malaysia’s DOSH has published the Malaysian Standard on Globally Harmonized System (GHS) For Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (MS 1804:2008) based on the second edition UN GHS, and sets out guidelines for Safety Data Sheet (SDS) authoring. Compliance for MS 1804:2008 is still voluntary. DOSH is working to replace the existing regulations “Guidelines for the Classification of Hazardous Chemicals (1997)”; which are currently in effect.
Other legislation relating to chemical safety and regulation are:
Other Lead Agency’s responsible for chemical management and regulation:
- Pesticides Board (PB)
- Ministry of Transport (MOT)
- Transport of dangerous goods
- Ministry of Domestic Trade, Co-operatives and Consumerism (MDTCC).
- Consumer products
Malaysia is in the process of implementing GHS, they have published voluntary guidelines MS 1804:2008 based on the second edition UN GHS. For more information on the current status of Malaysian GHS implementation please refer to the Ministry of International Trade and Industry.