|MsdsMarket is a leader in delivering high quality, chemical regulatory compliance, Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) authoring and technical translations. We are committed to providing our clients with first rate services, regardless of the regulatory challenge.
Our mission is to deliver exceptional chemical regulatory and translation services around the world.
MSDSMARKET Authoring/Writing Service assists companies in Authoring/creating, auditing, writing and updating Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS Sheets).
Our Technical expert staff has created lots of MSDS sheets for both internal purposes and as consultants to our customers.
Your company is launching a chemical product into a market, such as a cleaner or a cosmetic. A vital part of the pre-launch process is ensuring your product will meet comply with all legislation for that market. Look at our modules.
MSDSMARKET Authoring Services supplies customers with MSDS sheets that are in compliance with regulations from the following countries: Turkey (TR), (European Union Nations, EU) European Inventory of Existing Chemical Substances (EINECS), United States (USA) TSCA, Canadian (CA) DSL and Other inventory lists: ENCS (Japan), Korea, Australia, China (Draft), PICCS (Philippines), Japan (ENCS). Other countries are included as required by the customer.
Your organization large or small can feel comfortable relying on our Material Safety Data Sheet Authoring Expertise with our experienced experts team.
|Our experts define the products hazard class and prepare material safety data sheets based on information on composition, physical and chemical characteristics, toxicological and ecotoxicological effects. We prepare and translate MSDS considering the legislation of the EU as well as the national regulations.
MSDS translation and adaptation.
We translate safety data sheets into the language their business need require, considering local regulations. Our experts prepare MSDS documents according to national legislation. Direct translation of the documents is rarely sufficient. It is a common experience that modifications in format and content of the original safety data sheet are necessary. We prepare MSDS in the languages you want. Professional proof-reading of MSDSs prepared wth software. Survey of material safety data sheets prepared with software. Supplementation of missing data. Professional and linguistic proof-reading.
Your own product labels are prepared according to the latest legislation relating to labelling of hazardous materials and preparations. Labels are prepared in languages you want.
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|The communication requirements of REACH ensure that not only manufacturers and importers but also their downstream users have enough information to use chemical substances safely.
The main tool for information transfer is the well-established and familiar Safety Data Sheet.
The current duties and responsibilities for Safety Data Sheets remain, as the provisions of the Safety Data Sheets Directive (91/155/EEC) are carried over to REACH: the supplier must provide a Safety Data Sheet to his customer when supplying a dangerous substance or preparation.
However, under REACH a Safety Data Sheet must also be provided when supplying substances that are PBT or vPvB, or preparations containing such substances.
In addition, where exposure scenarios are developed as a result of conducting a Chemical Safety Assessment, they must be annexed to the Safety Data Sheet and thus be appropriately passed down the supply chain. By doing so, the supplier informs his customer about the risk management measures that are implemented or recommended for safe uses of the substance.
A Safety Data Sheet has to be supplied in the official languages of the Member States in which the substance or preparation is placed on the market.
The Safety Data Sheet must be updated if new data become available on hazards or data which may affect the risk management measures, if an authorisation is granted or refused, or if a restriction is imposed.
What is GHS?
In broader sense it is the new classification system of the UN, the Globally Harmonised System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals.
In narrower sense it means the Regulation (EC) No 1272/2008 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 December 2008 on classification, labelling and packaging of substances and mixtures (previously: preparations). The regulation - which effects all the countries of the European Community - enters into force on 20 January 2009 and will, after a transitional period, replace the current rules on classification, labelling and packaging of substances (Directive 67/548/EEC) and mixtures (Directive 1999/45/EC).