Welcome to the website of ChemHaz Solutions Ltd. We offer a range of consultancy services to help clients comply with the safety regulations governing the supply, transport and use of products that contain hazardous chemicals.
The regulations concerning the supply and transport of hazardous materials are becoming increasingly onerous. This reflects a growing awareness of their impact on human health and the environment, coupled with the desire to limit their harmful effects through the promotion of informed and responsible usage. The challenge for industry is to remain compliant with constantly evolving legislation and thus avoid exposure to prosecution, litigation or exclusion form the market. Enterprises involved in international trade face the additional complications of significant differences in national regulations and the need for language localization.
The difficulties in achieving compliance have been illustrated in a recent survey conducted by European regulatory authorities. This found that only 40% of labels and 31% of Safety Data Sheets met current requirements. Failure to keep up-to-date with changes in regulations was identified as the most significant underlying cause of problems. This was most evident in products supplied by smaller companies and reflecting the fact that such enterprises are less likely to have sufficient hazardous materials expertise available in-house.
As specialists in chemical hazard identification and communication, ChemHaz Solutions offer cost effective alternatives to address this knowledge gap. Consultancy options include hazard classification for supply and transport, advice on labelling and packaging, MSDS authoring and translation, and DGSA services. Clients wishing to strengthen their in-house capabilities can avail of our training solutions. For further information visit our Services
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Preliminary consultation to assess requirements is offered free without obligation. We provide non-disclosure agreements as standard to guarantee the confidentiality of the detailed composition information that is required in order to deliver our hazard classification and MSDS authoring services.