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Guide CLP Regulation - EIGA | 2017

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EIGA Classification and Labelling Guide

Guide CLP Regulation - EIGA | 2017

Doc 169/17 - Classification, and Labelling Guide in accordance with EC Regulation 1272/2008 (CLP Regulation) (Revised publication)

EIGA Doc 169 known as the « Classification and Labelling Guide » is updated annually in order to take into account the changes in the CLP Regulation and the changes in the classification of gases due to the REACH registration of substances that have occurred during the preceding 12 months.

Because the transitional period to implement the CLP ended in July 2017, all references to the former legislation on classification and labelling (the DSD and DPD) have been removed from the 2017 edition of this document. Also the list of gases whose classification data are not maintained anymore has been extended (see section 4.1) because these gases are not marketed anymore by EIGA members or they may not be placed on the market anymore mainly because of their ozone depleting potential.

All the amendments to the 2016 edition are listed after the table of content and are either underlined in the text or highlighted in the tables of data.

Doc 169/17 - Classification, and Labelling Guide in accordance with EC Regulation 1272/2008 (CLP Regulation) (Revised publication)

The document gives guidance for the classification and labelling for products that meet all of the following criteria:

a) the products are defined as “gases” according to the CLP Regulation with the addition of two liquids (Hydrogen fluoride and Methylbutene)
b) they are all allowed to be put on the market in the EU i.e. they have either an EC number, they have been pre-registered or registered in accordance with the REACH Regulation.
c) they are marketed by most EIGA members. The products are listed in table 4.1. The gases that are not maintained anymore in this edition of the document are identified in italic characters in table 4.1 and do not appear in the other data lists of section 4.

The following requirements are not covered in this guide because they do not affect our business, our products or our type of packaging or are adequately covered in other documents:

- Child-resistant fastening (CRF): it affects only products sold to the general public and gas cylinder valves are considered by EIGA to be intrinsically child resistant (under the age of 52 months);
- Tactile warning of danger (TWD): it affects only products sold to the general public and is not required for transportable gas receptacles (section 3.2.1.2 of Annex II of CLP)
- Labelling requirements from other European legislation, such as the Directive 2001/83/EC on Medicinal Products for Human Use, which are out of the scope of the CLP.
- Identification of the content by colour coding: The standard EN 1089-3 is comprehensive enough and does not need further guidelines.


Table of Contents

1. Introduction
1.1 Scope and purpose
1.2 Legal background of the document
1.3 Responsibilities and traceability
1.4 Process of classification and labelling
1.5 Repeal of Directives
2 Classification
2.1 General issues
2.2 Physical hazards
2.3 Health hazards
2.4 Effects on the environment
2.5 EIGA approved Software (LISAM-ExESS)
3 Labelling
3.1 General
3.2 Label content
3.3 Size of the label
3.4 Practical example
3.5 Labelling of transport equipment as static storage
4 Data
4.1 Identification data
4.2 Physico-chemical data
4.3 Classification data - Health effects
4.4 Classification data - Effects on the environment
4.5 Transport data
4.6 Labelling data
5 Glossary
6 Attachments
6.1 List of Hazard Statements, Precautionary Statements and Supplemental labelling information relevant for gases and gas mixtures
6.2 Flow charts of classification process of gaseous mixtures
6.3 Label content for generic mixtures
6.4 Rules for the naming of the constituents on the transport label for NOS positions
6.5 Rules for the naming of the constituents on the CLP labels for mixtures (Art.18(3)b
6.6 Examples of labelling lay-outs

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