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2.3.: Cements and cement mixtures

Unless cements or cement mixtures are already classified and labelled as a sensitiser with the hazard statement H317, ‘May cause an allergic skin reaction’, the label on the packaging of cements and cement mixtures that contain, when they are hydrated, more than 0,0002 % soluble chromium (VI) of the total dry weight of the cement shall bear the statement:
EUH203 — ‘Contains chromium (VI). May produce an allergic reaction’
If reducing agents are used, then the packaging of cement or cement-containing mixtures shall include information on the packing date, the storage conditions and the storage period appropriate to maintaining the activity of the reducing agent and to keeping the content of soluble chromium VI below 0,0002 %.