As of June 2015 every hazardous chemical (substances and blends) set available must be characterized, labelled and bundled by CLP (Classification, Labelling and Packaging) Regulation.

CLP Labels have been created to name risky chemicals and concoction blends to caution representatives, handlers and clients with an arrangement of pictograms and security messages.

All chemicals in the EU need to stick to the CLP distinguishing proof dialect to guarantee the dangers of presentation are just as justifiable all through Europe as these chemicals are a piece of our day by day life.

CLP agreeable labelling standards are likewise embarked to focus the hues, size of marks, organizations, readability and area of name components.

See  CLP Regulation for more information

Chemical & GHS Labels

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Chemical labelling / CLP identification language: clp regulation

  • Concoction name and item identifier
  • Supplier’s name, address and phone number
  • The amount of chemicals in the bundle
  • Danger pictograms
  • Sign words, danger and preliminary proclamations
  • Supplemental data

 

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