In its 6th “Reach En Force” assessment, ECHA inspected more than 3391 SDSs of chemicals across 29 Member States. Their conclusion shows that about half of them showed deficiencies in classification, labeling or misuse of information on the chemicals in these mixtures.
Beyond the document management of SDSs for all the chemicals used in your companies, a better exploitation of safety data will help you to focus your hygiene/health/environment efforts on the most severe risks.
You will thus be able to save time while improving the completeness of your approach and the relevance of your controls.
In this webinar you will be able to review the findings of this ECHA study and find out how :
- Having up-to-date SDSs for your chemicals
- Put your MSDS management in a wheel of Deming PDCA (Plan, Do, Check, Act)
- Maximize your use of safety data: product hazard classification, storage compatibility alerts, user empowerment
- Compensate for possible non-quality of supplier MSDSs
- Feed your chemical risk assessment process painlessly
- Identify the substitutions to be foreseen according to changes in regulatory lists of chemical substances (CMR, CLP, REACH), lists of industrial sectors or customer lists.