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TITLE I: GENERAL ISSUES
Article 2: Definitions 1
TITLE VII: COMMON AND FINAL PROVISIONS
Article 58: Amendments to Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006 from 1 December 2010 1
Article 59: Amendments to Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006 from 1 June 2015 1
ANNEX I: CLASSIFICATION AND LABELLING REQUIREMENTS FOR HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES AND MIXTURES
1.: PART 1: GENERAL PRINCIPLES FOR CLASSIFICATION AND LABELLING
1.4.: Request for use of an alternative chemical name
1.4.1.: Requests for use of an alternative chemical name under Article 24 may be granted only where 3
3.: PART 3: HEALTH HAZARDS
3.1.: Acute toxicity
3.1.1.: Definitions 1
3.1.2.: Criteria for classification of substances as acutely toxic 2
3.1.3.: Criteria for classification of mixtures as acutely toxic 2
3.2.: Skin corrosion/irritation
3.2.2.: Classification criteria for substances 8
3.4.: Respiratory or skin sensitisation
3.4.1.: Definitions and general considerations 3
3.4.2.: Classification criteria for substances 8
3.5.: Germ cell mutagenicity
3.5.4.: Hazard communication 2
3.6.: Carcinogenicity
3.6.2.: Classification criteria for substances 5
3.6.4.: Hazard Communication 2
3.7.: Reproductive toxicity
3.7.1.: Definitions and general considerations 3
3.7.2.: Classification criteria for substances 2
3.7.4.: Hazard Communication 2
3.8.: Specific target organ toxicity — single exposure
3.8.1.: Definitions and general considerations 4
3.8.2.: Classification criteria for substances 5
3.8.4.: Hazard Communication 2
3.9.: Specific target organ toxicity — repeated exposure
3.9.1.: Definitions and general considerations 2
3.9.2.: Classification criteria for substances 19
3.9.3.: Classification criteria for mixtures 1
3.9.4.: Hazard Communication 2
4.: PART 4: ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARDS
4.1.: Hazardous to the aquatic environment
4.1.1.: Definitions and general considerations 5
ANNEX II: SPECIAL RULES FOR LABELLING AND PACKAGING OF CERTAIN SUBSTANCES AND MIXTURES
1.: PART 1: SUPPLEMENTAL HAZARD INFORMATION
1.2.: Health properties 1
1.2.4.: EUH066 — ‘Repeated exposure may cause skin dryness or cracking’ 1
2.: PART 2: SPECIAL RULES FOR SUPPLEMENTAL LABEL ELEMENTS FOR CERTAIN MIXTURES
2.10.: Mixtures not intended for the general public 1
3.: PART 3: SPECIAL RULES ON PACKAGING
3.3: Liquid consumer laundry detergents in soluble packaging for single use 1
ANNEX III: LIST OF HAZARD STATEMENTS, SUPPLEMENTAL HAZARD INFORMATION AND SUPPLEMENTAL LABEL ELEMENTS
1.: Part 1: hazard statements 16
2.: Part 2: supplemental hazard information 1
ANNEX V: HAZARD PICTOGRAMS
2.: PART 2: HEALTH HAZARDS
2.3.: Symbol: exclamation mark 1
2.4.: Symbol: health hazard 2
ANNEX VI: Harmonised classification and labelling for certain hazardous substances
1.: PART 1: INTRODUCTION TO THE LIST OF HARMONISED CLASSIFICATIONS AND LABELLING
1.2.: Classifications and hazard statements in Table 3 arising from translation of classifications listed in Annex I to directive 67/548/EEC 1
1.2.2.: Route of exposure cannot be excluded 1
ANNEX VII: Translation table from classification under Directive 67/548/EEC to classification under this Regulation
1.: Translation table 2