What Is SDS Authoring?

Nexreg utilizes chemical and regulation compliance experts whom generate a 16 section, GHS-compliant SDS [American National Standards Institute (ANSI) 16 section format] in the required language for use in the country of your choice. We guarantee that all country-specific GHS regulations are followed to create a compliant SDS for your product with the most up-to-date chemical information available.

Why Do You Need An SDS?

In most countries, hazardous products used in the workplace are legally required to be supplied with an SDS/MSDS which informs users on the safe use of dangerous substances and mixtures. Without a compliant label, products may be considered “Non-Compliant” and may not be shipped.

Our Procedure

  • Required Product Information

    Nexreg first acquires information about the product including the full formula, the current SDS (if available), and raw material SDS’s for components of mixtures. We typically ask that a “required product information sheet” be filled out with the information needed to generate the SDS.

  • SDS Generation Process

    Nexreg creates a formula breakdown (if required) and inputs the information into our SDS generation process. The product formula is checked against databases for chemical hazard information, regulatory information, and physical data.

  • Product Classification

    The product classification is determined based on the hazards of the chemicals in the product, the specific requirements of the country, and other available information such as test data. The chemicals required to be disclosed on the SDS are determined based on their individual hazards and statements are selected to be included in the SDS based on the product characteristics and GHS classification.

  • Final Adjustments & SDS Review

    The SDS is reported from the SDS generated and final adjustments are made as required. The final SDS is reviewed by a senior regulatory consultant to ensure a high quality, compliant document is issued.