Special Promotion for TRA, LHAMA, (M)SDS, CPSR and SVHC (REACH)

28 May 2019

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We are pleased to announce our special promotion for TRA, LHAMA, (M)SDS, CPSR to EU, and SVHC (REACH) to EU service.
MTS’s  Toxicologist is able to provide test report services for US LHAMA, US TRA, Canadian TRA, EU TRA, (M)SDS, CPSR to EU, and SVHC (REACH) to EU at a 5 working day turnaround time.
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For any enquiries, please contact enquiry@mts-global.com
Toxicological Risk Assessment (TRA) is a hazardous substance control that identifies dangerous chemical substances in consumer products, which is of great concern to consumers, retailers, and lawmakers. In addition to posing serious health risks to the general public, these chemicals are toxic to the environment. The Labeling of Hazardous Art Materials Act (LHAMA), enacted on November 18, 1990, regulates art materials that are distributed in the United States. The law requires that any art material intended for use in households, schools, or by children, be reviewed by a Board-Certified Toxicologist to determine if it has the potential to produce chronic, long-term health hazards. More and more art and craft products have fallen into the cosmetic category; hence, complying with the Cosmetic Products Regulation becomes inevitable. Preparing the Cosmetic Product Safety Report (CPSR) is mandatory for manufacturers, importers and retailers in the cosmetic industry. All cosmetic products that wish to be sold in the European Union countries  will be obligated to comply with Cosmetic Products Regulation EC 1223/2009, a national law within the EU since 2013.
REACH (Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and Restriction of Chemicals) is an EU regulation that enforces all chemicals used in consumer products and for industrial purposes. The objective of REACH is to safely manage the risk of chemicals that may be dangerous to the consumers and the environment. The Safety Data Sheet (SDS) is a detailed information bulletin prepared by the manufacturer or importer of a chemical that describes the physical and chemical properties, physical and health hazards, route of exposure, precautions for safe handling and use, emergency and first-aid procedures, and control measures. Information on a SDS aids in the selection of safe products and helps prepare employers and employees to respond effectively to daily exposure situations as well as to emergency situations. California Proposition 65 (formally titled “The Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986”) requires the state to publish a list of chemicals known to cause cancer or birth defects or other reproductive harm. This list, which must be updated at least once a year, has grown to include approximately 800 chemicals since it was first published.

Terms and Conditions
1.Vendors may pay in local currency at foreign exchange rate.
2.This offer is valid until December 31, 2019
3.All testing will be carried out subject to MTS’s scale of changes and turnaround times as set forth in the price list and upon and subject to the company terms and conditions.
4.MTS reserves the right to the final decision for the use of this offer in case of any dispute.