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The Globally Harmonized System of the Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS) forms the basis for a worldwide consistent approach to health and safety information on the packaging of chemicals. CLP (Classification, Labeling and Packaging of Chemical Substances and Mixtures) regulations harmonized to GHS have been adopted by EU member states, whilst HCS (Hazard Communication Standard) 2012 applies in the US. Kallik’s Veraciti™ minimizes the impact of staying compliant with present and forthcoming chemical regulations.

How does Kallik help with chemical regulations compliance?

Kallik helps chemical manufacturers to ensure that their products are correctly labeled, guaranteeing compliance with the latest CLP and GHS regulations to avoid costly product recalls and potential harm to human life or the environment. Kallik enables chemicals manufacturers to make quick and easy changes to their labels, should regulatory changes or other market factors require this. Here’s how:



How Kallik can help


Without structuring data at a detailed level, identifying which labels and artworks across complex SKUs containing small packs, large packs and shipper labels can be very difficult. Each artwork needs to be manually reviewed to see if a change is required, which can take weeks or even months to complete.

Veraciti™ structures label and artwork datasets at an individual phrase, translation and image level so that they can be quickly identified as requiring changes using the ‘Where Used’ tool. All artworks are stored in the asset manager, providing a single repository for all label types.


Making changes to the impacted artworks can take many weeks and incurs a significant cost when using an external artwork agency.

Using automated artwork technology, updated artworks can be generated in under 60 seconds, without the need for an artworker to make the change.


Artwork approvals can be complex and involve many different stakeholders. They are often managed in siloed systems which don’t provide visibility or reporting on artwork project status.

Veraciti™ has fully configurable workflows to ensure the right stakeholders are involved in approvals. Detailed reports are available showing the status of each artwork project, helping management identify any bottlenecks in the process.


For labels printed internally, the artwork files will need to be sent to a separate system which manages printing. This created further siloes in the process and creates a risk of an outdated version of a label being printed.

Labels can be printed directly from Veraciti™ once they have been approved. Veraciti™ offers complete integrations with other systems, such as ERP, in order that run time variable data is accurately printed on each label, ensuring a fully connected end-to-end process.


For labels which are printed externally by third party printers, the artwork files must be shared via email or file transfer with the print vendor. This means there is the risk that the wrong version could be printed, or that the file may fall into the hands of counterfeiters.

Contract print vendors can access Veraciti™ directly, ensuring that only the correct and approved version of the file is downloaded for use.

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