Since 2007, the European Chemicals Regulation for the Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH) has been in force in the EU. The regulation regulates the manufacture and marketing of chemicals. The regulation affects not only manufacturers but also downstream users - i.e. companies that do not manufacture these substances themselves but process them further. The first step was to register chemical substances at the ECHA (European Chemicals Agency). This took
On Mondays I always receive a message by e-mail about open requests. Although I work in our company as an administrator, I cannot see or find these requests in the IMDS in order to be able to react. What is the correct procedure?
The mentioned requests were sent to you via the regulation wizard of the Chemistry Manager. In order to see and edit them in the IMDS, you must first enable access to the Chemistry Manager.
Please perform the following steps to do this:
- log in as
Updated supplier information
The following companies have updated their supplier information:
More information can be found at https://public.mdsystem.com/web/imds-public-pages/oem-specific-info
FCA US LLC - Part Number/Supplier Code Verification
Since June 29, 2018, the supplier code and/or part number are checked when FCA US is selected as the recipient. An error message is issued if the supplier code and/or part number cannot be found in the system. In this
- "Analysis" tab in the IMDS details
In the new "Analysis" tab, IMDS users can query the classifications, materials and substances used in the MDS as well as their aggregated weights and percentages. With release 11.1.1 (from August 31, 2018) of the IMDS-a2, it already contains a report that provides a summarized view of this screen.
Company administrators have the option of directly administering all users of their own company via the menu entry "User maintenance" under