Safety Data Sheets
A Safety Data Sheet is a form that contains data about the properties of a chemical substance (its use, characteristics, storage, hazards, etc).
Quick-FDS is an intermediation platform for Safety Data Sheets that ensures the regulatory, secure and certified transmission of SDS. With the Quick-FDS solution we have set up a new search system for SDS: by GS1 barcode, article code or by the name of the product. Just log on to this website and enter Brunel under the supplier’s name, leaving the password empty.
The information you see on our labels
We have changed the reverse side of our products to comply with CLP regulations. Since 1 June 2015, all the products we supply to our distributors comply with these new standards. See the 9 new symbols of the CLP regulations below.
Emissions to indoor air
Since 23 March 2011, construction products or floor and wall coverings, as well as paints and varnishes are subject to labelling regulations with respect to the emission of volatile pollutants. The products can be classified from A+ to C depending on these emissions.
Regulations for detergents
A detergent is any product that claims to clean, degrease or remove dirt. The objective of detergent regulations is to detail a part of the composition of detergent products on the labels and on the website.
Biocidal products regulations
The objective of these regulations is to control substances with biocidal chemical actions (disinfectants, bactericides, insecticides, repulsives, etc.) and finished products.
These regulations stipulate that the labels must specify information such as the effect of the product (curative and/or preventive), indications about the precise dosage, the active materials, their batch number and quantities, the type of product, etc. By 2023, the labels must also include the Marketing Authorisations for finished products.
Do you have any questions?
Do you have any questions about the regulations? Contact us by mail.