We create Safety Data Sheets in all European languages

For each translated Safety Data Sheet, we check the classification and other requirements resulting from the currently applicable legislation of the state concerned, and always adjust it so that it is fully compliant with this legislation.

We will sort out for you all the administrative work related to the creation of Safety Data Sheets.
Simply in three effective steps.


To be sure that you meet all the legal requirements, you need to know what are the obligations involved. We will help you get fully to grips with them.



We will carry out a detailed analysis of existing acts and operations in relation to the Safety Data Sheets you manage, and use this analysis to set up a functional system. Everything will run exactly as it should.



And after that, once your internal workflow has been set correctly and is fully functional, we will provide you with quick professional support and help you navigate amendments in the legislation. You can contact us at any time.


Do you need any advice?

Not sure if our services are the right choice for your
company? Call our specialists and we will discuss
all the details related with your
Safety Data Sheets management.

Ing. Petr Raukner
+420 725 858 384

MVDr. Michaela Smékalová
+420 602 661 029

Bc. Lucie Heřmanová
+420 737 010 979

Do you comply with all prescribed regulations?
Do you know which apply directly to you?

One of the frequent problem we come across when making SDS is that our clients' failure to understand the current breadth of responsibilities and obligations that they have to take on board. Although they happily comply with the regulations and laws they know about, often they have no idea just how many others also apply to their company. Their lack of knowledge is usually only revealed in the course of an inspection by state authorities. Thus clients unknowingly put themselves at risk of sanctions and considerable fines.

We will help you to solve this problem by completely defining your current statutory obligations in accordance with the nature of the chemical substances and compounds you process - both in the distribution environment and in the production environment. We also prepare a training plan with content tailored exactly to your needs.

We assess many indicators as part of this identification process; the most essential include, for example, the following:

We will check whether the obligation to enclose a Safety Data Sheet with your product applies to you. This also includes the necessity of translating it into the official language of the country concerned, if the safety data sheet is not in such language.

If you are importing chemical substances or products from third countries, we will check whether you are fully in compliance with your obligations. In such cases, the same legislative duties apply to you as those that apply to manufacturers in the EU.

We will check whether you meet the conditions for placing dangerous chemical products on the market under your own name. The obligation to register with the national Toxicology Information Centre would then apply to you, for example.

We set up the management of your documentation
by analysing current status, so that it works perfectly.

In this step, we carry out a thorough analysis of all your existing procedures and currently processed documents, and verify whether you are acting in compliance with the applicable legislation. Then we elaborate in detail your Safety Data Sheets.

We offer to our clients two methods for executing the entire process:
You can send us your complete documentation electronically, and we will carry out all acts externally – in our company. Alternatively, subject to prior agreement, we will come to you and internally resolve everything at your company.

It is up to you which option will best meet your requirements.

And what specific steps are included in this process? Here are a few examples:

We look for errors in your documentation and determine whether any documents are missing

If supporting documentation is missing, we ask your suppliers for the relevant materials

We will process the Safety Data Sheets, including the materially correct design of labels.

We will check whether the graphics processing of labels is correct (placement and size of symbols etc.)

If the obligation applies, we will register the created Safety Data Sheets at the national Toxicology Information Centre.

We designate detergents correctly and produce the relevant ingredient datasheets

We ensure that everything we jointly set up is always
fully functional and in compliance with legislative changes.

We know from many years of experience that, generally, it is not enough to simply ensure that processes have initially been set up correctly. It is also necessary to continuously check the functional system and keep your management updated, primarily because of the constantly changing legislation. This is another reason we emphasize continuous customer care:

We give our clients professional support throughout our period of cooperation. You can write or call us at any time.

We monitor on your behalf all the legislative changes that apply to you and inform you about them by e-mail.

We come directly to your place of work to check the correctness of the data and graphics processing of the labels on your products.

We continuously check whether the chemical legislation compliance system in your company has been set up correctly - either we come in and do it internally or externally, by sending materials.

We will carry out an audit to comprehensively check all items in your document workflow and their mutual functionality.

When the state authorities are conducting their inspection, we will ensure guarantee supervision.


At Gracilis we have always placed great emphasis on the personal touch, professionalism and detailed knowledge of the applicable legislation. Thanks to this, we are able to provide a high-quality and comprehensive service for our clients, one in which they can always place their absolute trust.

Our primary aim is to ensure fully functional workflow for making Safety Data Sheets and to provide high-quality and long-term client support. In addition, we also offer an operational service when solving urgent requests in the case of upcoming checks and inspections.

We also participate in the development of SBLCore software, a unique tool for the creation and subsequent management of Safety Data Sheets.

So, feel free to contact us at any time and we will happily help you solve your problem.

Ing. Blanka Burešová

Executive Director


Ing. Martina Šnajdrová

Executive Director



“AEROTEC GROUP a.s. began to cooperate with GRACILIS s.r.o. on the creation of Safety Data Sheets (SDS) in 2016. Six basic series of SDS in different language versions have been produced during this cooperation. We would like to highlight their very responsive and personal approach, their speed and efficiency in solving partial tasks and especially the quality of the work done. We have also very much welcomed their consultancy and other services with respect to the statutory obligations of contracting companies in relation to Czech and European legislation. Considering the range of services provided, we also appreciate their reasonable pricing policy. On behalf of our company, I can therefore absolutely recommend GRACILIS s.r.o.”

Radek Chvojka

“We appreciate Gracilis' professional and responsive approach, and their many years of experience in consultancy and producing Safety Data Sheets. Our long-term cooperation is based on mutual confidence and a comprehensive legislative service, including training by Gracilis. In addition to which, all of our possible comments and needs are resolved immediately.”

Olga Miterová
INVA Building Materials s.r.o.

“Over the course of our long years of co-operation, Gracilis has become an important partner for us. We especially appreciate their professional and responsive approach. If needed, we can always rely on their quick and effective solution to whatever situation may have occurred. We are very satisfied with Gracilis’ services.”

Radovan Netolička
ADI servizio s.r.o.

“We have been cooperating with Gracilis for several years. We especially appreciate getting quick solutions to particular requirements and professional help should any odd situations arise. Communicating with them is characterized by their responsive behaviour and willingness to help. We are satisfied with the services provided. Thank you.”

Martina Němcová, DiS
TECH-LIT CZ s.r.o.


Chemical legislation within our consulting service


The REACH regulation applies not only to the registration, evaluation, authorization and restriction of chemicals but also to the creation of Safety Data Sheets. The format of Safety Data Sheets is specified in the Commission Regulation (EU) 2015/830. Safety Data Sheets are a basic source of information on chemical substances or mixtures – one could call it a "bible" for chemicals or mixtures.

REGULATION (EC) No 1907/2006 OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL concerning the Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH), establishing a European Chemicals Agency, amending Directive 1999/45/EC and repealing Council Regulation (EEC) No 793/93 and Commission Regulation (EC) No 1488/94 as well as Council Directive 76/769/EEC and Commission Directives 91/155/EEC, 93/67/EEC, 93/105/EC and 2000/21/EC (REACH).

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The CLP Regulation deals with classification, labeling and packaging of chemical substances and chemical mixtures, the classification being the basis not only for the labeling and packaging of products (chemical substances and mixtures), but also for creation of Safety Data Sheets. The regulation also includes the List of Harmonised Classification and Labelling for Certain Hazardous Substances, which is part of Annex VI of this Regulation.

REGULATION (EC) No 1272/2008 OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL on classification, labelling and packaging of substances and mixtures, amending and repealing Directives 67/548/EEC and 1999/45/EC, and amending Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006 (CLP).

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The Detergent Regulation covers washing and cleaning agents, and defines the specific ingredients (concentration ranges, groups of substances or specific substances using their INCI names), which are subsequently placed on labels and Safety Data Sheets. Ingredient datasheets are either for healthcare professionals or for consumers.


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The Biocidal Products Regulation covers placing biocidal products and active substances on the market. Labeling of products has its specifics (for instance indication of active substance concentrations in metric units). Each biocidal product may only contain approved active substances or active substances that are in the revision phase. Moreover, they can only be used for the approved biocidal product type.

REGULATION (EU) No 528/2012 OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL concerning the making available on the market and use of biocidal products.

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