So that you don't lose track of which of the many pieces of information from the safety data sheet actually need to be on your label, we can create templates for hazardous substance labels for you on request.
We take into account all labeling elements, not only according to CLP, but also according to all additional relevant regulations, such as the Detergents Regulation or the Biocides Regulation. In addition, we also provide you with the necessary information on the size of the label elements and whether you need to observe special safety measures in the packaging, such as child-resistant closures or tactile warnings.
We will also find a solution for particularly difficult cases, such as very small packaging.
It's best to get product-specific advice before creating your personal label template.
Or even better, you can print your finished labels yourself with our DocSafety®-Software.
Feel free to contact us, we will be happy to advise you.
The UFI code is a unique, 16-digit formulation identifier that must be included on the label of hazardous mixtures. In emergencies, the code allows poison control centers to recommend first aid measures according to the hazardous mixture. Provisions for the application of the UFI, as well as for the labeling of mixtures were announced in Regulation (EU) 2017/542. These are binding for all member states of the EEA.
Via ECHA, you can easily create your own UFI code by using the UFI generator.