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ANNEX I: CLASSIFICATION AND LABELLING REQUIREMENTS FOR HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES AND MIXTURES
1.: PART 1: GENERAL PRINCIPLES FOR CLASSIFICATION AND LABELLING
1.3.: Derogations from labelling requirements for special cases
1.3.2.: Gas containers intended for propane, butane or liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) 1
1.3.4.: Metals in massive form, alloys, mixtures containing polymers, mixtures containing elastomers 1
2.: PART 2: PHYSICAL HAZARDS
2.14.: Oxidising solids
2.14.2.: Classification criteria 1
3.: PART 3: HEALTH HAZARDS
3.1.: Acute toxicity
3.1.3.: Criteria for classification of mixtures as acutely toxic 1
3.4.: Respiratory or skin sensitisation
3.4.3.: Classification criteria for mixtures 1
3.6.: Carcinogenicity
3.6.3.: Classification criteria for mixtures 1
3.7.: Reproductive toxicity
3.7.3.: Classification criteria for mixtures 1
3.8.: Specific target organ toxicity — single exposure
3.8.3.: Classification criteria for mixtures 1
3.9.: Specific target organ toxicity — repeated exposure
3.9.3.: Classification criteria for mixtures 1
4.: PART 4: ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARDS
4.1.: Hazardous to the aquatic environment
4.1.3.: Classification criteria for mixtures 1