Lisam Systems Turkey offers Turkish SDS authoring, translation and compliance services for all chemical industry in Turkey and abroad. Many aspects of the Global Harmonized Systems (GHS) have already been implemented in Turkey for Turkey chemical industry.
The GHS Regulation came into force when The Turkey Official Gazette published the GHS Regulations with the set transitional periods in December 2014. The full implementation of the regulation has been implemented as of June 1, 2016 for both hazardous substances and mixtures. An SDS (formerly known as MSDS) includes information such as the properties of each chemical; the physical, health, and environmental health hazards; protective measures; and safety precautions for handling, storing, and transporting the chemical.
Our Main Turkish SDS Authoring and Translation Services
- Hazard classification of your products in accordance with Turkish-SEA regulations or other GHS regulations,
- Preparation of labels of your products in accordance with Turkish-SEA regulation or other GHS regulations,
- Transport calculations in accordance with ADR-RID-IATA-ADR-ADN regulations and recommendations should be given.,/li>
- Classification and Labelling Notifications,
- Notifications via Electronic Environment Notification System,
- Compliance of your SDS in other languages and regulations and translation of them into Turkish,
- Turkish SDS authoring and translation service,
- Evaluation of the hazardous of your substances, mixtures or products and giving the necessary recommendations,
- Detergent, cosmetics, VOC, biocidal, PIC calculations,
- Checking and certifying the Turkish safety data sheets you have prepared,
- Giving the necessary test recommendations for your substances and mixtures,
- Extended-GBF / extended-SDS authoring service,
Are three or more of your answers yes in the checklist above? Lisam Systems is the solution you are looking for!
Key Safety Data Sheet / GBF / MSDS preparation languages and regulations:
SDS Translation Languages
We provide SDS Authoring and Services with the languages below:
Spanish (Latin America)
SDS Authoring Legislations
We provide SDS authoring services with the regulation below:
Regulation No. 29204 on Safety Data Sheets for hazardous substances and mixtures
Regulation No. 28848 on classification, labelling and packaging of substances and mixtures
Regulation No:30105 By- Law on Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and Restriction of Chemicals (KKDİK-Turk REACH)
EC no 1272/2008 European Union CLP regulation
EC No 1907/2006 EU REACH regulation
GHS New Zealand
GHS Canada (WHMIS 2015)
GHS EU REACH Annex II - EIGA (Gas)
JIS / JCDB
Cosmetics / IFRA
South Korea / K-REACH
What is an SDS?
The word “Material Safety Data Sheet” represents the initials of the phrase. The literature no longer uses the word” Material " and is referred to only as SDS (Safety Data Sheet). Its counterpart in Turkish legislation is "Safety Data Sheet". Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) of chemical substances or mixtures of negative effects on human health and the environment, physiochemical hazards related risks, including in addition to describing the measures to be taken against 16 major sections and 48 sub-headings (compatible KKDIK 30105 Extended SDS 49 units in sub-include the title of the Chemical Safety document.)
The GBF / MSDS preparation requirement will provide comprehensive information about a substance or mixture for use in regulatory framework studies for controlling chemicals in the workplace. Employers [and workers] use GBF/MSDS to obtain information about damages, including environmental damages, and to obtain advice on safety measures. The preparation of GBF / MSDS is relevant to the product and does not generally include specific information about any workplace where the product is to be used as a final product (where there are no attached exposure scenario(s)). But where products have customized end uses, the information in GBF-SDS can be more worker-oriented. The information therefore allows the employer to develop an active program of worker protection measures, including training, which is specific to a single workplace, and to evaluate any measures that may be necessary to protect the environment.
General Information About Turkish SDS-GBF
T. C. The Ministry of Environment and Urban published classification, labelling and packaging regulation (SEA) in the Official Gazette No. 28848 on 11 December 2013. As with the EU CLP regulation, there has been a transition period prior to the legislation taking effect as of 1 June 2016. The aim of this regulation is to protect human health and the environment against adverse effects from substances, mixtures and goods on the market and to regulate the administrative and technical requirements related to classification, labelling and packaging.
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