SEA Regulation - CLP Regulation Emergency Response Services
The safe use of chemical substances or mixtures is an important issue for all countries of the world. Due to the high level of danger and risk, various global studies have been carried out to ensure the safety of these substances over the years. At the beginning of these studies is the (Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals - GHS | Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals) used in countries that are members of the United Nations (UN). The European Union (EU), which wanted to adapt to this system, accepted the system with a few changes and started to implement it.
EU has put into effect this system on 20 January 2009, EU Regulation on Classification, Labeling and Packaging of Substances and Mixtures; In short, it has transitioned with the CLP Regulation. In this context, the rules regarding classification, labeling and packaging of substances and mixtures started to be followed with this regulation. Accordingly, businesses that manufacture or import chemicals in EU member states must comply with the principles of the CLP Regulation in their activities related to chemicals.
Our country has published the SEA Regulation based on the CLP Regulation in the process of harmonization with the EU´s environmental legislation. With the "Regulation on Classification, Labeling and Packaging (SEA) of Substances and Mixtures" published by the Ministry of Environment and Urbanization on 11.12.2013, some changes in the chemical industry have been made mandatory. The deadlines for the implementation of the SEA Regulation in our country were determined as June 2015 for chemical substances and June 2016 for chemical mixtures. In other words, we can say that the SEA Regulation has been enforced in our country in the last 4-5 years.
Purpose of the SEA Regulation
This regulation ensures that the classification, labeling and packaging activities of chemicals are carried out in accordance with global standards. In this way, correct steps can be taken regarding human and animal health and necessary precautions can be taken. Likewise, the damage to the environment can be reduced to acceptable levels. Together with the SEA Regulation and the CLP Regulation, chemicals or mixtures with all kinds of hazard classes can circulate safely and smoothly between countries.
What is the CLP Charter Emergency Response Services?
Safety is one of the most sensitive and critical issues in businesses operating with chemical products or processes. Various hazards may occur in processes such as the transportation and storage of chemicals or mixtures in these businesses, which have to implement the SEA Regulation. It is of great importance that the right intervention is carried out as soon as possible and correctly in emergency situations such as a chemical spill, a fire or a chemical harming people or the environment.
In this context, some companies with expertise in the safety of chemicals provide CLP Regulation Emergency Response Services. Within the scope of this service, in case of any danger, you can get support from the company on the right intervention method, every day of the week and at any time of the day. This support can be fire extinguishing, preventing a possible explosion, ensuring the safety of life and property, controlling the current danger or risk, etc.
CLP Regulation Emergency Response Services are not limited to this, but when requested, training services can also be obtained from the relevant company. At this point, it is beneficial to get this service only from companies that have expertise and experience in their field. Because in a possible danger, if the right intervention is not made on time, it is highly likely that there will be loss of life and property.
CLP Charter Emergency Response Services Benefits
Although the companies operating in the chemical industry take the necessary precautions and fulfill the legal requirements, the risk of experiencing a hazard never goes down to zero. In addition, although the relevant business has a personnel responsible for emergencies, that personnel may not be present at the scene in case of a danger. In addition, dangerous situations may occur in a period when the activities in the enterprise are stopped and the person who needs to intervene in the event may not be an expert on the subject. For such reasons, the CLP Code Emergency Response Services are becoming essential for every business in the chemical industry.
CLP Regulation Emergency Times of information about events related to products that provide Social Response Services do not sunbathe about the information, the relevant answers will not be asked. It is knowledgeable about the standard delimitation, labeling and appropriate packaging of the SEA Regulation, knows what response regulation for which product. This is to ensure that it is harmless or least harmful to the situation concerned.
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