Dynea specialises in classification and labelling of complex mixtures and offer various services related to this.

The CLP Regulation ensures that the hazards presented by chemicals are clearly communicated to workers and consumers in the European Union through classification and labelling of chemicals.


The CLP Regulation entered into force in January 2009, and the method of classification and labelling of chemicals introduced, is based on the United Nations' Globally Harmonised System (GHS).  The CLP Regulation is replacing the dangerous substance directive (DSD) and the dangerous preparations directive (DPD).


If you are a supplier of chemicals, you must classify, label and package your substances and mixtures in line with the CLP Regulation. The deadline for substance classification was 1 December 2010 and for mixtures, the deadline is 1 June 2015.


Dynea AS specialises in complex mixtures and offers services related to:  

  • Mixture substance identification “procedures”

  • Identification of “trigger chemicals” ( reasons for classification)

  • Mixture classification

  • CLP notification

  • CLP notification applies to all hazardous substances irrespective of the volume placed on the market, and to all non-hazardous substances subject to registration under REACH.