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Good to know about SDS and UFI codes
According to ECHA's guidelines (REACH Annex 2 CLP regulation) the SDS do not need to include an UFI code, BUT
- For unpackaged mixtures, the UFI code must be specified in SDB, section 1.1
- For mixtures for industrial use, the UFI code can be specified in SDB, section 1.1 instead of in the label
- Avoid more UFI codes in the same SDB, as well as UFI codes that are not registered in the country in question.
If there is no UFI code in the SDS, you have the option of entering it to your product in "Edit product" page yourself.
In order for a user to be able to add a UFI code, they must have the permission to edit in products.
UFI code in labels
From 2025 it will be mandatory to view UFI codes on all labels for products that are classified for health and physical hazards. If there is a UFI number on the product, iChemistry will show this on the product label.
UFI code in the safety sheet
If there is a UFI number connected to the product in iChemistry it will be visible on the Safety Sheet and the activity safety sheet.
UFI code in the WPI
UFI codes will also be visible in the WPI.
To get a better overview on products with UFI codes, check the UFI report in Reports > Products > UFI