REGULATORY & COMPLIANCE
Product development requires adhering to strict guidelines, meeting regulatory compliance and safety requirements at every step.
Safety Data Sheets (SDSs) are essential for workplace safety and are required by federal regulations. The information on your SDSs needs to be accurate and complete to ensure GHS compliance with local, national and international regulations.
Our flexible service options are designed to fit your needs. These 3 options allow us to identify the best fit for you.
Pace® combines our regulatory expertise and extensive training program with our proven staffing model to provide a flexible professional workforce. Staff placement is designed to help our clients retain quality regulatory professionals without committing to additional full time employees. Short and long term needs can be met with on-site and off-site staffing options available.
Process Outsourcing has been a successful solution for clients who want to outsource a routine regulatory function allowing their staff to focus on core regulatory activities. Pace® has the ability to understand your regulatory need as well as manage your process.
Pace® Regulatory Consultants excel at understanding the challenges you face and providing the information you need to make informed decisions. With expertise in both domestic and international product regulations, they are the expert you can rely on when navigating the ever evolving regulatory industry.
EFFICIENT VENDOR MANAGEMENT IN A CHEMICAL COMPANY
BRINGING A PRODUCT TO MARKET IN A START-UP COMPANY
REACTIVE REGULATORY PROGRAM IN A GLOBAL COMPANY
OSHA’s Proposed HazCom Implementation of GHS Revision 7
The OSHA Directorate of Standards and Guidance has been working since 2016 to update the Hazard Communication Standard to reflect newer revisions of GHS. In February 2021, OSHA issued a proposed rulemaking to update the HCS to align with the 7th Revision of the GHS, with the incorporation of some elements of the 8th Revision. Download our whitepaper to learn more.
What Manufacturers & Suppliers Need to Know About WHMIS GHS Revision 7 Updates
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What the Proposed Rule Changes to OSHA Hazard Communication Standard May Mean to Your Operations
OSHA proposed modifications to the Hazard Communication Standard earlier this year to align with Revision 7 of the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS). In turn, many professionals have sought clarity about these changes and what it means to their operations.