The Cobalt Institute represents the voice of the global cobalt industry on sustainability, responsible use and health, safety and environmental issues.


AEL Mining Services is one of the world’s leading suppliers of explosives and initiating systems, they lead the way with blasting Technology in the global mining sector.

Chep SA is part of the Global Brambles Group. It supplies sustainable, pallet and pooling solutions to a wide cross section of Industry Sectors from Automotive to Consumer Goods, chemicals to fresh produce. It also supplies bins, boxes and containers.

LC Packaging is the leading manufacturer of FIBC’s Flexible Intermediate Bulk Containers for the Agricultural and Chemical Sectors, and various other types of agricultural packaging with headquarters in Belgium and manufacturing sites in Europe, India and South Africa.

Buckman – In 1945, Dr. Stanley J. Buckman, a biochemist from Memphis, Tennessee, founded Buckman Laboratories to mitigate microbial problems in the pulp and paper industry. Over the many years, Buckman has seen changes in industries, chemistries, and even its name.

Exis Technologies, headquartered in Darlington, UK, is the leading global supplier of Hazcheck IT compliance systems for the management of DG in sea transport and e-learning courses for the transport industry.

The CDI is incorporated under the law of the Netherlands as the Stichting Chemical Distribution Institute (CDI) and operates as a non-profit making foundation.

The International Cargo Handling Coordination Association (ICHCA), founded in 1952, is an independent, non-profit organisation dedicated to improving the safety, security, sustainability, productivity and efficiency of cargo handling and goods movement by all modes and through all phases of national and international supply chains.


GHS requirements for Hazard Classification & SDS

Global Transport Regulations & Hazard Warning Diamonds

Globally Harmonised System of Classification & Labeling of chemicals

GHS compliant Safety Data Sheets: Requirements

The GHS: NEW Product Labels

Comparison of Transport, Old EU & New GHS Pictograms