National Regulations Governing Labels:

In Russia the National standard GOST 31340-2997 “Labeling of chemicals. General requirements” was adopted January 1, 2009. The standard sets out the labeling criteria for hazardous substances.

 

Additional Regulations:

In Russia there are numerous legislative acts that pertain to chemical management. However, as Russia moves to align its legislation with the UN GHS, the following draft regulations have been approved and may become mandatory soon:

GOST 30333-2007: Chemical production safety passport. General requirements
GOST R 53856-2010: Classification of chemical hazards. General requirements
GOST R 53855-2010: Classification of chemicals hazardous due their physical and chemical properties. Test methods for explosives.
GOST 53854-2010: Classification of chemical mixtures for health hazards
GOST 53857-2010: Classification of chemicals for environmental hazards. General requirements
GOST 53858-2010: Classification of chemical mixtures for environmental hazards.
In Russia the consumer rights protection agency (Rospotrebnadzor) is responsible for the registration of certain hazardous chemical products. The agency also provides the latest consumer protection news, links and relevant documents.

 

GHS Implementation Status:

GHS partially implemented. Slow progress towards full implementation.

 

Language for required text:

Russian

 

Multi-Jurisdiction Label Options:

N/A

 

Extra language comments:

All specific hazard text provided in Russian. Hazard text can be provided in additional languages upon request. Marketing text translation can be provided upon request.

Dan George, Non-Slip Safety Solutions

Non-Slip Safety Solutions Inc would like to thank Nexreg for guiding us through the process of getting a CCCR Review on our product packaging, bottles and labels. We cannot thank you enough for working with us regarding our time frame. Due to this we were able to obtain the approval necessary to move forward with our products and they are now on the shelves of over 1,000 retail stores across Canada.