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This question is very often when it comes to Slovene market and obligations towards regulatory bodies. Here's the last e-mail – and our answer that you might find interesting:

»I came across your very interesting articles but I couldn't find anything about who is monitoring chemical documentation in Slovenia.

Can you tell me which public body is responsible for checking the SDS?«

Here's my short answer:

»Slovene authorites are quite stricked when it comes to Slovene Safety Data Sheets. Two types of inspetors are daily on the field checking Safety Data Sheets and labels on the products.

These two are:

  • Chemical inspectors, and
  • Working inspectors.

Chemical inspectors check classification, labelling, names of substances whereas working inspectors check Section 8 (Exposure controls/personal protection).«

Do you also have some difficulties understanging your obligations? Why don't you write to me and I'll see if I can help you.


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