2016-12-28 10:08:00

We realized that Thai Language version of Safety Data Sheet (SDS) was necessary for consultation on line application to get judgement whether a product was hazard or not from Hazardous Substance Control Bureau (HSCB), DIW, Thailand. On the other hand, yesterday, we required to submit English version of SDS. We heard that key officer in HSCB, DIW claimed in some seminars that Thai version was 'MUST' in Bangkok.  (?_?)  


Could you provide me with your example or issues?  I will compile them and disclose to the public in securing your confidentiality.



NOTE: HS-TECH ENGINEERING is a professional in preparation of SDS for clients.


2016-12-16 11:20:00

DIW announced a new notice on November 9th that definition of the new substances in Thai market will be clarified through open discussion etc. with various stakeholders in the near future.


Then the new policy on custom clearance for new substances might not be applied immediately from the next January. Furthermore, efforts in the development of existing chemicals inventory will still be continued in 2017.


What is the definition of existing chemicals?



Does the Preliminary of Thailand Existing Chemical Inventory Data Base or the NEXT EDITION OF THE INVENTORY DATA BASE cover substance / product which will be applied in 2017?


Most of the negotiation and instruction was  made on the table between officers of DIW and applicants of chemicals or products.


Few information / guidance has launched on the web site of DIW. It seems to me that it was typical culture in Thai , far from the legal procedures in the countries which have already installed the same kinds of regulation.

2016-12-10 11:38:00

Hazardous Substance Control Bureau (HSCB) announced an important document regarding CBI request on November 9th. The notice mentioned that DIW will not receive any CBI application document from December 1st when inconsistencies will be made in trade name for SDS, scan data etc. which were sent to DIW.