NFPA Labels and Regulatory Content Update
Over 100 years ago, in order to standardize fire sprinkler systems, the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) was founded. Today, in the USA, it’s a leading source of information on fire, electrical, and related hazards. NFPA references are found in around 20 countries and territories, working on important topics like electric vehicle infrastructure and battery energy storage hazards. NFPA ratings can be found in section 16 of a safety data sheet and is now integrated into SAP S/4HANA for product compliance.
Assessing an unpackaged product or raw material against a compliance requirement for National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) ratings in the USA. Within the assessment, you can specify the data required for a safety data sheet or labels. You can update the data to ensure that the product stays compliant. This can indicate a rating for the health, flammability, reactivity, and special hazards for many hazardous chemicals.
Regulatory Content Updates for February 2022
First let’s just go by the numbers:
- over 300,000 Embedded List Substances
- over 5,000 Embedded Regulatory Phrases
- over 200 Compliance Requirements for Product Marketability
- over 100 Compliance Requirements for Safety Data Sheet Management
- 14 Compliance Requirements for Dangerous Goods Management
Just from May 2021, there are almost 20% more compliance requirements available for safety data sheets, plus with our content service, compliance requirement updates are delivered at least once a month. Some of the update highlights are:
Occupational Exposure Limits- 2 new compliance requirements
- Russia. Maximum permissible concentrations (MPC) (2021)
- Russia. Tentative Safe Exposure levels (2021)
- EU Poison Centre Notification
- Substance List Check: JP PDSCL Status
Safety Data Sheets
- 2 updates for Great Britain and Northern Ireland
In case you are interested, here is a link to my blog on the new Poison Centre Notification feature
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