Globally Harmonized System (GHS) - SDS Authoring and MSDS to SDS Conversion Service
The Globally Harmonized System (GHS) is system of classification and labeling chemicals put forth by the United Nations. Since its adoption, all hazardous chemicals must be accompanied with a GHS-compliant SDS. Safety Data Sheets are an essential component of GHS and are intended to provide comprehensive information about a substance or mixture for use in workplace chemical management. They are used as a source of information about hazards, including environmental hazards, and to obtain advice on safety precautions, helping to keep your facility and employees safe.
Complying with the Hazard Communication Standard and the Globally Harmonized System (GHS) rules and regulations can be more than a full-time job. There is a lot to think about and a lot of complexities – GHS labeling rules, GHS pictograms, and more.
That’s why we’ve partnered with an expert service provider in SDS authoring and MSDS to SDS conversion to help your business comply quickly, easily and hassle-free with the global harmonization system.
GHS - SDS Conversion - How it Works
4 Simple Steps to Become GHS Compliant
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