A Japanese government survey of chemical manufacturers, downstream users, and distributors has revealed that companies are not providing either Safety Data Sheets or Labels.


The survey highlighted  a list of common issues on the difficulties in providing compliant SDSs and Labels. They include:



    • Creating SDSs for mixtures in products


    • Creating separate SDSs for similar products


    • Translating those for imported products into Japanese.



Currently in Japan, 640 chemical substances subject to the SDS and labelling requirements under the Industrial Safety and Health Act.


For more information, please visit chemicalwatch.com.


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