Chemical policy in Thailand is currently in transition from hazard-base to risk-base under the framework of Hazardous Substance Act B.E.2535 (1992) in line with international practice on chemical management. Currently industrial hazardous chemicals are regulated under the framework of Hazardous Substance Act B.E. 2535 (1992). The act regulates production, import, export or possession of hazardous substances. In the act, hazardous substances are defined as;
2. Flammable substances
3. Oxidizing agents and peroxides
4. Toxic substances
5. Infectious substances
6. Radioactive substances
8. Corrosive substances
9. Irritating substances
10. Other substances either chemicals or otherwise which may cause injury to humans, animals, plants, properties, or the environment.
Hazardous substances are classified into 4 categories, Type 1, 2, 3 & 4 based on their hazard. The classification is announced in the Hazardous Substance List.
GBP provides an consulting support for chemical management to industries. Our support service covers,
• Application of Notification (Type-2 Hazardous Substance)
• Application of License for production / import / export / having in possession (Type-3 Hazardous Substance)
• Application of Registration (Type-2 & Type 3 Hazardous Substance)
• Application of existing chemical notification (Hazardous substance List 5.6)
• Development of SDS and label in Thai
• Application of CBI (Confidential Business Information)
• Other issues related to chemical management
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