Little Pro on 2016-01-05 Views: Update:2018-10-17
The Swiss Chemicals Ordinance (ChemO) has already adopted GHS by requiring suppliers to classify, label and package hazardous substances and preparations in accordance with EU CLP Regulation. In the meantime, manufacturers and importers are required to notify the classification and labelling info of hazardous substances (including <1t/y new substances and exempt new substances) and preparations to the Swiss authority within 3 months after first placing them on the Swiss market.
ChemO requires that manufacturers or importers register certain hazardous substances or preparations with the Notification Authority within 3 months after first placing them on the Swiss market. For more info about registration requirements and exemptions, please refer to Chemical Registration under ChemO.
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