Why do you need SDS for your Liquids?

A safety data sheet (SDS), material safety data sheet (MSDS), or product safety data sheet (PSDS) is an important component of product stewardship.

SDS formats can vary from source to source within a country depending on national requirements, but a globally harmonized system (GHS) exists, which has been internationally agreed for substances and mixtures.

The GHS follows a 16 section format which follows across REACH (CLP) and OSHA formats.

An SDS is required for all manufacturers, at the point of manufacturer for employees, for shipping for emergency service handling and for customers who are purchasing the chemical mixtures.

SDS must be in the correct format and language for the country in which the chemical mixture is being marketed in.

With more and more Customs authorities tightening up on shipping documentation for vape related products (particularly in Europe) its essential you have the correct documents to avoid fines and/or seizure of goods.

Whether you are marketing short-fills or nicotine-containing e-liquid, the law requires you to have an appropriate Safety Data Sheet (SDS or MSDS) for your product in the language of the country you are marketing in.

The labelling must be written in at least two official languages. With the agreement of individual professional final users, a substance for supply to these final users may be labelled in only one official language or in English. SDS must be provided in the official languages as requested by the customer or, by mutual agreement, in another language; the annex to the safety data sheet may be written in English

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