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TITLE III: HAZARD COMMUNICATION IN THE FORM OF LABELLING
CHAPTER 1: Content of the label
Article 26: Principles of precedence for hazard pictograms 2
ANNEX I: CLASSIFICATION AND LABELLING REQUIREMENTS FOR HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES AND MIXTURES
1.: PART 1: GENERAL PRINCIPLES FOR CLASSIFICATION AND LABELLING
1.1.: Classification of substances and mixtures
1.1.2.: Specific concentration limits, M-factors and generic cut-off values 1
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 1
3.: PART 3: HEALTH HAZARDS 1
3.3.: Serious eye damage/eye irritation 1
3.3.1.: Definitions and general considerations 1
3.3.2.: Classification criteria for substances 7
3.3.3.: Classification criteria for mixtures 11
3.3.4.: Hazard Communication 3
3.8.: Specific target organ toxicity — single exposure
3.8.1.: Definitions and general considerations 1
ANNEX II: SPECIAL RULES FOR LABELLING AND PACKAGING OF CERTAIN SUBSTANCES AND MIXTURES
1.: PART 1: SUPPLEMENTAL HAZARD INFORMATION
1.2.: Health properties
1.2.5.: EUH070 — ‘Toxic by eye contact’ 1
ANNEX III: LIST OF HAZARD STATEMENTS, SUPPLEMENTAL HAZARD INFORMATION AND SUPPLEMENTAL LABEL ELEMENTS
1.: Part 1: hazard statements 3
ANNEX IV: LIST OF PRECAUTIONARY STATEMENTS
1.: Part 1: Criteria for the selection of precautionary statements 7
2.: Part 2: precautionary statements 2
ANNEX VI: Harmonised classification and labelling for certain hazardous substances
1.: PART 1: INTRODUCTION TO THE LIST OF HARMONISED CLASSIFICATIONS AND LABELLING
1.1.: Information listed for each entry
1.1.2.: Information related to the classification and labelling of each entry in Table 3 1