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The GHS Countdown – Are You Prepared for the June 2015 deadline?

The clock is ticking: PRISYM ID advises how to best plan and implement the CLP Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS) across your organisation efficiently ahead of the June 1st 2015 deadline for mixtures.

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Benefits of watching:

  • Gain a broad insight of GHS in practical terms
  • Learn what is required from your organisation
  • Walk through the compliance timeline
  • Realise how best to adapt through effective planning ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

The inconsistent classification of chemicals has been an on-going problem for all stakeholders in the chemical industry. A chemical product classed as toxic in one part of the world may not be considered toxic in another, creating many challenges in the global supply chain.

GHS aims to improve the health and safety of consumers, workers and the environment by ensuring consistent hazard communication are used on all chemicals, and the final deadline for organisations to comply within the chemical supply chain is looming. The ability to get ahead of the deadline will ensure organisations experience a smooth transition and avoid potentially brand damaging penalties.

“PRISYM ID’s understanding of global legislative and compliance requirements within the Chemical labelling industry is second-to-none. The team comprehensively understood our requirements, which meant we were able to communicate quickly and easily and ensured a very smooth, effi cient and pleasurable relationship” - PRISYM Labels Customer

Despite the challenges chemical organisations now face to comply in time, the GHS offers many benefits surrounding safety and cost reductions in the long term. In this 30-minute, informative session ‘The GHS Countdown – Are You Prepared for the June 2015 deadline?’ PRISYM ID takes an in-depth look into what these are, and advises how to best plan and implement the GHS across your organisation efficiently.

The webinar recording, along with the presentation slides and audience Q&A session is available for free download on the right hand side column of this website page.