Bio Management Solutions as the regulatory division for SJC.
BMS formulates, develops and designs industry specific antimicrobial products and monitoring systems, designs manufacturing protocols & software, whilst ensuring EH&S standards & GHS guidelines.
BMS through its partners and affiliates works with ECHA, EIGA, FDA, EPA and many other global institutions and organizations to improve the quality and safety of water, air, manufactured products and produce through all industries globally.
Managing ongoing chemical compliance can be very complex for enterprises, and requires effective regulatory document management.
Regulations worldwide are continuously changing and being updated.
BMS Systems offers global EH&S solutions to ensure that your safety data sheets and labels always comply with the local, regional, and global chemical regulations such as GHS, CLP and REACH.
All companies must now be compliant with GHS in the United States.
OSHA adopted the GHS framework in North America in March 2012 with an objective for hazard communication to develop a harmonized hazard communication system including labeling and Safety Data Sheets (SDSs) based on GHS classification criteria.
Under the GHS framework, important changes were made to SDSs and labels. Today, these changes to SDSs and labels must be implemented and managed efficiently.
In Canada the GHS/WHMIS 2015 implementation schedule has also been started with completion in 2018.
BMS’s enterprise-wide solution, creates, manages and distributes GHS-compliant safety data sheets (SDS) and labels for all major commercial markets.
It leverages fully integrated regulatory phrase and transportation content libraries, in almost 50 languages.
Built on flexible and scalable Microsoft .NET technology, BMS delivers a global, user-friendly, customizable SDS authoring and distribution platforms with multilingual user interfaces, and offers multilingual document generation.
GHS Classifications Based on Physical State, Toxicological and Ecotox Data,or Official Lists
·Ability to Classify Both Substances and Mixtures according to the various GHS versions
UN: Globally Harmonized System, 6th edition— SDS UN
Europe: Classification, Labeling and Packaging (CLP), substances and mixtures — SDS EU (Reach Annex II) according to 435/200
Japan: GHS Japan — SDS Japan according to JIS Z 7250/2005
Brazil: GHS Brazil — SDS Brazil according to ABNT NBR 14725-4
United States: GHS US — HazCom 2012 according to Federal Register 17574 (29 CFR Parts 1910, 1915 and 1926)
China: GHS China —SDS China according to GB/T16483-2008
Korea: Data integration from LOLI Database
Taiwan: Data integration from LOLI Database
Updates for Existing SDSs and Labels
Open Data Exchange & Linkages to third-party databases