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2.8.3.: Hazard Communication

Label elements shall be used for substances or mixtures meeting the criteria for classification in this hazard class in accordance with Table 2.8.1.


Table 2.8.1

Label elements for self-reactive substances and mixtures

Classification

Type A

Type B

Type C & D

Type E & F

Type G (1)

GHS Pictograms

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There are no label elements allocated to this hazard category

Signal Word

Danger

Danger

Danger

Warning

Hazard Statement

H240: Heating may cause an explosion

H241: Heating may cause a fire or explosion

H242: Heating may cause a fire

H242: Heating may cause a fire

Precautionary Statement Prevention

P210

P234

P235

P240

P280

P210

P234

P235

P240

P280

P210

P234

P235

P240

P280

P210

P234

P235

P240

P280

Precautionary Statement Response

P370 + P372 + P380 + P373

P370 + P380 + P375 [+ P378] (2)

P370 + P378

P370 + P378

 

Precautionary Statement Storage

P403

P411

P420

P403

P411

P420

P403

P411

P420

P403

P411

P420

 

Precautionary Statement Disposal

P501

P501

P501

P501

 

(1)   Type G has no hazard communication elements assigned but should be considered for properties belonging to other hazard classes.

(2)   See the introduction to Annex IV for details on the use of square brackets.

Type G has no hazard communication elements assigned but shall be considered for properties belonging to other hazard classes.