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ANNEX IV: LIST OF PRECAUTIONARY STATEMENTS

In selecting the precautionary statements in accordance with Articles 22 and 28(3), suppliers may combine the Precautionary Statements in the table below, having regard to clarity and comprehensibility of the precautionary advice.
Where square brackets […] appear around some text in a precautionary statement in column (2), this indicates that the text in square brackets is not appropriate in every case and should be used only in certain circumstances. In these cases, conditions for use explaining when the text should be used are given in column (5).
When a forward slash or diagonal mark [/] appears in a precautionary statement text in column (2), this indicates that a choice has to be made between the phrases they separate in accordance with the indications provided in column (5).
When three full stops […] appear in a precautionary statement text in column (2), details on the information to be provided are indicated in column (5).
Where the text in column 5 indicates that a precautionary statement may be omitted if another precautionary statement is given on the label, this information may be used in selecting precautionary statements in accordance with Articles 22 and 28.
1. / Part 1: Criteria for the selection of precautionary statements
2. / Part 2: precautionary statements