See the article links below for examples of different suitability checking
Suitability Constraint Conditions Overview
Suitability Constraint Conditions Overview.
Suitability – Limit GHS labelling on final product
How do I add suitability constraints which limit GHS Labelling on the final product? Suitability Constraints are compliance rules which are applied when you perform a Suitability Check.
Suitability – Exception for Party
Suitability exceptions are used when a suitability rule is true for almost every circumstances, except there’s a single or small number of times when the rule does not apply. This usually means adding one constraint to limit for all, and a second constraint for the exception case.
Suitability – Add Exclusivity Constraint
This constraint can be used if you have a product which is exclusive to a customer or group of customers and should not be submitted to other customers.
Suitability – Add Constraint for Acute Toxicity
The acute toxicity hazards e.g. Harmful if swallowed H302, Harmful in contact with skin H312, are based on LD50 calculations and do not have a TFV hazard.
Suitability – Add Exceptions Based on Application
Some clients may ‘ban’ an ingredient from being used in their products, except they allow it for specified applications. For example, they may ban ingredient ethanol from their products, except if the product will be used in an application of alcoholic drinks or fine fragrance.
Suitability – Customer raw materials allowed
Data Import and New Property (for Customer ‘allowed’ raw materials and suitability). Sometimes a customer provides a list of allowed raw materials, meaning any other ingredients are prohibited within their formulations.
How do I use suitability constraints to limit or ban ingredients based on their hazard or property?
How do I use suitability constraints to limit or ban ingredients based on their hazard or property? ‘Regulatory Item Property Limit’ allows you to target a property of an item, often a hazard, and limit it to a level or ban it altogether. These kinds of restrictions are typically customer requests.
Suitability – Identify but Don’t Prohibit Materials in a Suitability Check Report
Example of use: You have a customer who needs certain ingredients to be identified to them e.g. on a questionnaire, but they do not limit or ban those ingredients.