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1.2.3.: Hazard statements for reproductive toxicity

Hazard statements H360 and H361 indicate a general concern for effects on fertility and/or development: ‘May damage/Suspected of damaging fertility or the unborn child’. According to the criteria, the general hazard statement can be replaced by the hazard statement indicating the specific effect of concern in accordance with Section 1.1.2.1.2. When the other differentiation is not mentioned, this is due to evidence proving no such effect, inconclusive data or no data and the obligations in Article 4(3) shall apply for that differentiation.
In order not to lose information from the harmonised classifications for fertility and developmental effects under Directive 67/548/EEC, the classifications have been translated only for those effects classified under that Directive.
These hazard statements are indicated by the reference *** in Table 3.