AUSTRALIA HAS COMPLETED THE TRANSITION TO GHS 7

GHS 7 is now the only system to classify newly manufactured and imported hazardous chemicals and prepare their labels and safety data sheets (SDS) across Australia.

Safe Work Australia has updated:

  • Model Code of Practice: Managing risks of hazardous chemicals in the workplace
  • Model Code of Practice: Labelling of workplace hazardous chemicals
  • Model Code of Practice: Preparation of a safety data sheets for hazardous chemicals
  • Classifying hazardous chemicals – National guide

as well as other fact sheets on hazardous chemicals to reflect Australia’s adoption of GHS 7.

More information here

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