“Scitegrity has today announced an agreement with a major pharmaceutical company to develop and deploy a system for assessing whether a chemical is likely to be classified as dangerous goods (DG) according to International DG Regulations and UN Manual of Tests and Criteria. Initially this will focus on the chemicals energetic potential, but over time expand into other areas of dangerous good assessments.
Scitegrity CEO, Joe Bradley said “We are excited to be working on this novel system that will greatly simplify and improve DG compliance and workflows, especially for novel & proprietary chemicals, those not fully characterised or with information not available. Working in conjunction with major companies helps us further refine, test and improve these models, with the aim of improving safety and DG compliance across the industry.
Scitegrity Limited are the developers of Compliance Hub, a chemical compliance platform that allows companies to easily check whether chemicals are regulated globally via Controlled Substances Squared, or calculate HS codes and duty information via ExpediChem. Our technology, by encoding the chemical meaning of the legislation, rather than simply listing named substances, allows even novel and proprietary chemicals to be assessed easily, accurately and automatically. Our applications and solutions are used by 5 of the worlds top 10 pharmaceutical companies, chemicals suppliers, CROs and regulators globally.”
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