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A New Concept in SDS & Label Creation

Wednesday, May 20, 2015 10:00am - 11:00am EDT  
Host: AIHA
By: Claude Neri, Head of Compliance and Research, Chemwatch

The Globally Harmonized System: Global - Yes. Harmonized...???

Many companies in North America as well as companies that sell into North America are currently wrestling with the new Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS) SDS and labeling deadlines mandated by OSHA. This goes both ways as North American companies grapple with the many variants of GHS globally.
This free webinar will outline and discuss various issues in complying with GHS at home and in the global arena. These include the variations in SDS format and content required, and the differences in classifications, concentration limits and building blocks. Issues surrounding classification and sources of information now relevant to GHS will be discussed in detail. This late into the game the focus of the webinar will lean toward what you might not know about a global GHS.

The webinar will also discuss some ways to take the complexity out of complying with GHS SDS and labeling and its accompanying requirements, and will describe how to convert and translate existing product MSDSs into compliant GHS SDSs and labels.
 

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Presenter

Claude Neri
Claude Neri

Head of Compliance and Research, Chemwatch

Claude Neri is the Head of Compliance and Research Department at Chemwatch with over 17 years experience in the chemicals management marketplace.

His professional experience as a Chemical Database Project Technical Manager and Chemical Safety Projects Manager includes the successful management of a wide variety of projects such as chemical database web applications, molecular modeling and QSAR techniques.

Claude holds BS degrees in Environmental Management of Hazardous Materials and Mathematics and a MS in Analytical Chemistry.
 


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