Who needs a hazardous substance register? Essentially, anyone who handles or stores hazardous substances (according to §6 GefStoffV) requires one. The register includes information such as substance designation, classification of hazards, storage quantities, and areas of use/storage. It serves as the basis for all relevant safety measures, including those related to occupational safety, and is also necessary for conducting risk assessments.
The register includes analyses of storage classes, co-storage prohibitions, water hazards, as well as H- and P-phrases. Additionally, it contains relevant information according to ADR:
Ideally, you provide us with the safety data sheets of all your articles according to German format as an unprotected pdf document. If you do not have the information in this form, let us talk.
We establish a professional cadastre as an overview of all relevant information. You receive this data in the form of a structured Excel list that you can easily process in other systems, e.g. SAP.
After establishment of the cadastre we analyze the data according to the valid regulations and guidelines which have to be considered for the storage and transport of hazardous substances and dangerous goods (e.g.: AwSV, LöRüRl, TRGS, ADR).
With the clear dashboard of the compliance platform, you always have an overview of the processing status. You can set deadlines and assign tasks to specific contacts. All data and documents come together here. When visiting the authorities, all documents can be handed over easily and there are no delays. You can save time and nerves. Even if a new contact person comes along, no data can be lost.
Markus Höhfeld and Frank Czychon have been providing comprehensive support to companies in the creation of their hazardous substance registers for many years. With their expertise and specialized knowledge, they ensure that all relevant aspects are taken into account to guarantee the safety of employees, the environment, and the public.
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Yes, because § 6 of the Hazardous Substances Ordinance requires the employer to keep a list of the hazardous substances used in the company.
The ADR does not make a cadastre mandatory. However, it is very helpful in daily practice if all information relevant to dangerous goods is available at a glance.
Our analysis is based on the AwSV and the model firewater retention guideline. We tell you in which AwSV level you are classified and how high the retention volume must then be.
With a larger number of dangerous substances, it is easy to lose track of them. It is then difficult to find out which dangerous substances you are allowed to store together and which you are not allowed to store together. With our cadastre you will find the relevant information for you.
Basically, yes. However, some information required by § 6 of the Dangerous Substances Ordinance (such as the designation of the work areas in which employees may be exposed to the dangerous substance) may then not be included.
In principle, anyone who handles or stores hazardous substances (§6 GefStoffV). Among other things, it contains information on the substance name, the classification of the hazard, storage quantities and areas of use/storage areas. It forms the basis for all relevant protective measures, e.g. from the area of occupational safety, and is also required for the establishment of the risk assessment.
With a larger number of hazardous substances, it is easy to lose track of them. It is then difficult to find out which hazardous substances you are allowed to store together and which you are not allowed to store together. With our cadastre you will find the relevant information for you.