[New Request] Ensure labelling complies with regul... [Preliminarily Declined] [Declined]

Postby Web Proposal » Tue 13. Aug 2019, 16:50

Katalogversion: EuPhraC Stand 4.0.0 08.02.2019
Anker-StrukturID: 16118230100
Anker-Strukturcode: 04.02.10.02.06.
Anker-Text: Consumer protection
Vorschlag-Sprache: en
Vorschlag-Text: Ensure labelling complies with regulations
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Bemerkung: For Concawe Chemical Safety Assessment file - Sulfur; MK1; Kerosine
ESCom-ESSection: 4
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ESCom-Subheader: unassigned
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Re: [New Request] Ensure labelling complies with regul...

Postby Claudia » Tue 2. Jun 2020, 13:07

suggest to reject (this is a general requirement anyway)
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Postby Claudia » Tue 2. Jun 2020, 13:08

This proposal is preliminarily declined.
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Re: [New Request] Ensure labelling complies with regul... [P

Postby Claudia » Tue 2. Jun 2020, 13:08

Reject: Opinion remains the same: (1) UN purple book provides general advice on hazard communication, ES should provide a bit more tailored approach to a chemical. (2) Unable to find this wording in UN GHS rev. 6, 7, and/or 8 - could be very outdated. (3) "Ensure labelling complies with regulations. Provide clear instruction of use." is general prerequisite when dealing with any chemicals (a) not only consumer use; (b) not only skin irritant. This is common sense which does not need to be included in the ES.
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Postby Claudia » Tue 2. Jun 2020, 13:08

This proposal is declined.
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