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A chemical hazard assessment (CHA), sometimes referred to as a chemical safety assessment (CSA), is an essential component in any laboratory or industry dealing with raw chemicals. Chemical hazard assessment translations aim to increase workplace and product safety by communicating potentially hazardous chemicals or chemical combinations in the languages needed by overseas buyers and users. Understanding and evaluating these potential risks helps ensure that proper safety protocols are established and followed.

There are many ways to conduct a chemical safety assessment. With so many different options, recording the process for a chemical safety assessment is extremely important, so it may be compiled into a chemical safety report (CSR). This, combined with the material safety data sheet (MSDS/PSDS), must be submitted to the local regulatory body for assessment and approval. Examples of regulatory bodies requiring CSRs include the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), as well as the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA). These safety data sheets must include accurately localized information pertaining to chemical mixtures, as well as instructional guidelines for dealing with potential hazards and managing chemical spills in an occupational setting. Translating chemical safety reports is crucial not only in gaining regulatory approval, but also to help ensure worker safety.

With a team of over 10,000 in-country linguists and subject matter experts, CSOFT works with life science companies involved in chemicals to meet the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS) standards through expert technical translations. Our advanced AI language technology, combined with localization best practices, allows for us to provide chemical hazard assessment translations in the most cost-effective and time efficient way.

Why chemical hazard assessments are so important

Chemical Hazard Training Translations

An integral part of ensuring workplace safety when dealing with chemicals is through training workers on following proper safety procedures and protocols. To do so, utilizing the right tools like standard operating procedures (SOPs), hazardous risk scenario examples, lab safety training videos, and safety checklists are crucial in mitigating accidents, risks, or injuries associated with handling and using raw chemicals.

CSOFT helps life science companies effectively train diverse teams through high-quality translations of eLearning materials and content. We specialize in video subtitling and voiceover, and have experience translating other chemical documents.

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Data Security

Keeping data secure in the life sciences is critical in protecting patient privacy as well as innovative drug therapies or medical devices for life science companies. We have well-documented and fully traceable information security policies, checklists, and quality records. CSOFT understands the importance of security to our clients and we take nothing for granted when confidentiality is a concern. All our data and security processes comply with our certified ISO standards 13485:2016 and ISO 9001:2015. We are also compliant with ISO 17100 and leverage best practices from ISO 27001.

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Ensuring the quality of chemical hazard assessment translations

Quality Assurance

High-quality translation and localization is extremely important in chemical safety – inaccuracy along the way can not only result in wasted time, money, and effort, but also affect worker’ lives. That is why CSOFT is dedicated to ensuring the highest-quality chemical hazard assessment  translations. To do so, we use in-country linguists with a minimum of 7 years of experience, combined with our extensive network of subject matter experts. In addition, we have perfected our chemical hazard assessment localization best practices through linguistic validationback translation, and terminology management, we have the tools and team to help you meet the submission demands of regulatory bodies such as the EPA , OSHA, and ECHA .

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