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How to understand the new labelling of chemicals GHS and CLP

SGH et CLP

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Table of Contents

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1 Criteria of classification of substances

  • 1.1 Hierarchization of data
  • 1.2 Hazard classes
  • 1.3 Hazard categories
  • 1.4 Signal words (level of hazard)
  • 1.5 Hazard Statements (H‐Statements)
  • 1.6 Precautionary Statements (P‐Statements)
  • 1.7 Physical hazards
  • 1.8 Health Hazards
  • 1.9 Environmental Hazar
  • 1.10 Hazard Statements specific to the European Union
  • 1.11 Precisions

2 Labelling

  • 2.1 Pictograms
  • 2.2 Labels and Categories inside Hazard classes
  • 2.3 Signal words: two levels of concern
  • 2.4 Examples of label with all items
  • 2.5 The special case of mixtures

3 Links between the two systems

4 Impact of GHS/CLP on Safety Data Sheets

  • 4.1 SDS section 1
  • 4.2 SDS section 2
  • 4.3 SDS section 3
  • 4.4 SDS sections 4, 5 and 6
  • 4.5 SDS sections 7 and 8
  • 4.6 SDS section 9
  • 4.7 SDS sections 10, 11 and 12
  • 4.8 SDS section 13, 14, 15 and 16
  • 4.9 REACH requirements for MSDS
  • 4.10 Synthesis

Appendix: List of all Hazard (H) and Precautionary Statements (P)

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