We are an independent consultancy which:

*provides advices on the hazard assessment of chemicals applying the national and EU legislation.

*employs the experts in a field of chemical managment with national licenses.

*has expertise in regulation of chemicals, including industrial chemicals, consumer chemicals and biocides.

*helps the clients to fulfill their regulatory requirements, under a wide range of Serbian national legislation, also including the EU REACH Regulation and CLP Regulation.

Classification and labelling of chemical substances is undertaken to ensure their safe production, transport, use and disposal in the workplace and by consumers. It provides information on a chemical’s hazardous properties and appropriate control measures to reduce risks. The Classification, Labelling and Packaging (CLP) Regulation, which entered into force across Europe in January 2009, is based on the United Nations’ Globally Harmonised System (GHS). The Regulation replaces two previous pieces of legislation, the Dangerous Substances Directive (DSD) and the Dangerous Preparations Directive (DPD), which have now been phased out following a transitional period until June 2015.


Classification and Labelling Notifications

We have a wealth of experience with the preparation and submission of CLP notifications, having contributed to classification and labelling proposals for national registration (the Registry of Chemicals). As well as Classification and Labelling Proposals for substances, we can assist clients in preparing their classification and labelling for mixtures under CLP.


Harmonised Classification and Labelling Dossiers and MSDSs

Where chemicals have an agreed classification under the DSD these have been harmonised to CLP classifications and labelling. Where additional data indicates that a revision of the harmonised classification and labelling is required, we have experience in completing CLP dossiers and MSDSs for our clients.

The CLP dossiers and MSDSs include information on the existing classification and the proposed changes to the classification for the chemicals.


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