Regulatory Services on CLP

The CLP regulation (EC No. 1272/2008) sets the rules for classification and labelling of chemicals. It aims to determine whether a substance or mixture displays properties that lead to a classification as hazardous. Once such properties are identified and the substance or mixture is classified accordingly, manufacturers, importers, downstream users and distributors of substances or mixtures, as well as producers and importers of certain specific articles should communicate the identified hazards of these substances or mixtures to other actors in the supply chain, including to consumers. As REACH and CLP are closely interlinked, it is recommended to coordinate the implementation of CLP together with processes related to obligations under REACH.
Summary Legislation

Overview of Key Obligations Under Regulation (EC) No. 1272/2008 on the Classification, Labelling and Packaging of Substances and Mixtures (CLP)..

Multilanguage Authoring

Professional services for the generation of safety data sheets (SDS/MSDS) & extended safety data Sheets (eSDS), fully compliant with the new REACH / CLP format, along with corresponding product labels.

Thorough substance inventory & identification (CAS, EINECS, IUPAC naming, etc.)

Identify all chemicals placed on the market, or substances used in products (or in the production process) and, for each substance, determine its regulatory status, gather information on its properties, and assess volumes, specific uses, and concentrations.

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Notification to the C&L Inventory

The CLP Regulation stipulates that all substances must be classified and labelled according to the CLP criteria from 1 December 2010 onwards and that all mixtures must be classified and labelled according to the CLP criteria from 1 June 2015. Substances must be notified within one month from being placed on the market.

Entry point for all regulatory services related to: The European Union