Description

Regulation 1223/2009 on cosmetics and subsequent integrations and implementing rules provide for a number of specific provisions on cosmetic safety. Firstly, the “Cosmetic Product Safety Report”: This is a report that contains the information necessary to maintain a high level of consumer protection, and demonstrates and documents the safety of use of cosmetics.

In particular, in accordance with article 11, “the person responsible for placing a cosmetic product on the market must make available to the supervisory authorities a series of data and information relating to cosmetics, the so-called Information about the product that is indicated with the acronym PIF (Product Information File) “.

Although ready-to-use cosmetic products (i.e. already packaged for sale to consumers) are not subject to a safety card requirement, or to CLP labelling (generally required for all chemical products), cosmetic manufacturers have The obligation to label any packaging of products not yet included in the packaging for the public, and to provide a safety card to professional users. In fact all workers have the right to know the danger characteristics of the products used during their professional tasks, and to obtain (via the safety card) information on how to use the product safely. It could in fact recommend the use of gloves, or the limitation of the quantities used. These and other useful information are transmitted through the Safety Card tool.

New European notification-UFI-:

On March 22, 2017 was published on Reg. (EU) 2017/542 amending Reg. (EU) 1272/2008 (CLP) and constituting annex VIII thereto.

This annex introduces in Europe a very important novelty in terms of notification of hazardous mixtures as it enshrines the activity of harmonising information to be communicated to the competent bodies within the meaning of article 45 of the CLP.

Annex VIII gave rise to the harmonization of the information to be communicated to the competent bodies at the time of the notification of the mixtures.

Among this information that must be communicated, one of the most important is the UFI (unique formula identifier) code, which will have strong impacts on the labelling and safety data sheets of the products entered On the market.

Cosmetic Safety Cards: labelling

Service of realization and updating of the labelling on the basis of the safety data sheet, according to Regulation (EC) No. 1272/2008 (CLP or CLP Regulation), which entered into force in the European Union on 20 January 2009, constitutes the new EU legislation on the classification, labelling and packaging of substances and mixtures.


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Stages:

  1. PURCHASE AND PAYMENT OF THE SAFETY CARD
  2. SEND ALL THE INFORMATION YOU NEED TO EVALUATE
  3. ISSUE OR REVISION OF THE SAFETY DATA SHEET IN EDITABLE FORMAT