REACH regulation requires that you translate the Safety Data Sheet (SDS) or extended Safety Data Sheet (eSDS) into the official language of the country where you use the substance. This means a complex work of translation, following the ECHA guidance and relevant legislation.
Our Safety Data Sheet translation teams have a proven background in chemicals, health and safety, and regulatory affairs. We translate complete SDS, eSDS, MSDS documents, exposure scenarios, chemical phrases, labels, and other chemical documents. In the last two years we have translated over 3 million words in the field of chemistry, for clients including Glencore International, Rio Tinto, Tokyo Chemical Industry, Arkema, CEFIC, Everris, Nickel Institute, and many more.
Chemical documents, and SDSs in particular, are usually quite repetitive. We are glad to offer discounts on repetitions in these documents.
Thanks to our unique methodology, even your longest SDS document can be ready with a short turnaround time. All translations go through a thorough quality assurance procedure in order to meet the highest quality standards possible.