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Alpha Resources® launches upgraded Safety Data Sheets database with all new translating capabilities.

Alpha Resources, LLC, Stevensville, MI USA, has launched their updated Safety Data Sheets (SDS) database that now includes translating capabilities. The SDS translating feature has the ability to offer SDSs in 47 different languages, representing 93 different countries and their specific dialects. The new software has the added bonus of creating GHS compliant labels, which can be printed in the user’s local language when paired with additional hardware. GHS compliant labels are required by most major countries on all containers with hazardous materials.

“Our international customers needed the option to instantly translate any of our SDSs for quick, reliable information in their local language. We strongly believe this new feature will be an asset for improving the customer experience.” Said Ken Mantei, Director of Operations at Alpha Resources.

Safety Data Sheets are a vital resource to companies around the world to comply with local regulatory bodies, which require SDSs to accompany potentially hazardous materials when shipped to downstream users.

Alpha Resources, LLC is a global leader in the manufacture and distribution of consumables and certified reference materials for use in atomic spectroscopy analysis, and is ISO17034, ISO17025, ISO9001:2015 certified.

Access the new SDS Translator here: https://www.alpharesources.com/safety-data-sheets.php

Published: 31.01.2019

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Alpha Resources, LLC, Stevensville, MI USA, has launched their updated Safety Data Sheets (SDS) database that now includes translating capabilities. The SDS translating feature has the ability to offer SDSs in 47 different languages, representing 93 different countries and their specific dialects. The new software has the added bonus of creating GHS compliant labels, which can be printed in the user’s local language when paired with additional hardware. GHS compliant labels are required by most major countries on all containers with hazardous materials.