Notification of dangerous mixtures

Notification of mixtures  classified as hazardous, based on the regulation (EC) No 1272/2008, because of its effects on health or because of its physical effects:

Which information to include in the notification?

SDS: the SDS (safety data sheet), in accordance with article 31 and annexe II of the REACH regulation (EC) No 1907/2006 correctly completed.One language is enough (French, Dutch or English).

The complete chemical Composition of the mixture: complete list of ingredients (name, CAS number and/or EINECS) with their concentrations.

Label: a picture of the label and/or the mixing packaging to allow the MD or pharmacist, together with the caller, to identify the mixture in question perfectly.


Your declaration includes:

  • An EDF declaration worksheet: this is a simple Excel file (compatible with Open Office) that you complete before sending it back to us.
  • For each mixture declared many documents: SDS, composition, label. All documents should preferably be provided in PDF format.

  • A proof of payment of the fee from the Public Health-department, in accordance with Article 9 of the Royal Decree of 13 November 2011.
    The fee is only required for mixtures subject to notification in accordance with Article 2 of the Royal Decree of 21 April 2016 concerning the notification of mixtures classified as dangerous due to their effects on health or physical effects.
    The fee does not apply to mixtures declared on a voluntary basis.

    For any question about the payment:

  You can send us your declaration:

  • By e-mail:
    (max. size for e-mail: 5Mb. You can send us your declaration in several mails if required).

  • By post (on CD/DVD/ USB):

Your CD/DVD/ USB must be sent at the following address:
Belgian Poison Centre
p/a Militair Hospitaal Koningin Astrid
Bruynstraat 1, 1120 Brussel