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New REACH mSDS (eSDS)

The new format of mSDS was set by REACH Regulation since December,1 2010. GHS classification and labelling according to CLP Regulation should be included in the new Safety Data Sheets. In addition, the new format demands some important changes.

New mSDS - reference links

New format of Safety Data Sheets

List of the most important changes in Safety Data Sheets

 

New mSDS - reference links

Annex II of REACH of REACH Regulation contains the requirements to the content, that should be included in new Safety Data Sheets.  Commission Regulation No 453/2010 of 20 May 2010 amends REACH as regards Annex II. New mSDS should be also in compliance with CLP Regulation.

 

New format of Safety Data Sheets

Below you will find the list of sections of new mSDS in English. MSDS should be provided in the official language of the country, where the substance is supplied.

  1. Identification of the substance/mixture and the company/undertaking
  2. Hazards identification (assessment)
  3. Composition/information on ingredients
  4. First aid measures
  5. Fire fighting measures
  6. Accidental release measures
  7. Handling and storage
  8. Exposure controls / personal protection
  9. Physical and chemical properties
  10. Stability and reactivity
  11. Toxicological information
  12. Ecological information
  13. Disposal considerations
  14. Transport information
  15. Regulatory information
  16. Other information

This new format is based on GHS recommendations and it will be acceptable throughout the world.

 

List of the most important changes in Safety Data Sheets

New mSDS (eSDS) should have firm structure in accordande REACH. The information should be in consistency with provided by registrants in their registration dossiers. There are also some important features that should be stressed by us:

  • REACH registration number should be indicated

  • Exposure scenarios should be added in accordance with Chemical Safety Report provided by the registrant in his registration dossier. Exposure scenarios are short guides, that describe the envisaged routes of exposure and how the use may lead to exposure to workers, public users, the environment. Exposure scenarios are added to mSDS as appendix.

  • Classification and labelling must be in accordance with CLP Regulation.

 

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