This is a question that is often asked by companies – and the short answer to the question is a resounding ‘YES!’ There are, however, conditions that must be met. For electronic workplace SDS compliance, OSHA requires that the availability and accessibility of electronic SDSs be included in your organization’s Hazard Communication Plan. An OSHA-defined…read more.
If you live in one of the EU member states and were considering getting a tattoo, you may want to act soon. In fact, the European Commission recently requested that ECHA begin a safety evaluation of several common tattoo inks, which may eventually lead to use restrictions of these inks throughout the EU. As part…read more.
1. How many languages do you translate? Answer: We translate into over 80+ languages. However, 95 % of MSDS translations fall into 30 or less languages. 2. Are your SDSs translated by humans or is it software translation? Answer: We use professional translators and editors. However, we have large databases of translated SDS phrases as…read more.
GHS, the Globally Harmonized Standard, is the new global standard to be used for the classification of chemicals in most industrialized countries. Countries in Asia have adopted GHS at various levels and speed and it can be challenging to keep requirements straight across these regions. A full understanding of both legal requirements and industrial practices…read more.