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15 Substances Appended to South Korea’s GHS Classification List

  •   13 Nov 2018
  •    Nadine He
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    On Nov 5th, 2018, South Korea’s National Institute of Environmental Research (NIER) announced by NIER Announcement No. 2018-44 the updates to the GHS Classification List.

    The classification information, pictograms, signal words, hazard statements, M factors and UN No., of 15 toxic chemical substances (Given No. 2018-1-855~2018-1-869) were newly added to the list. The 15 substances were finished for the toxicity assessment and designated as toxic chemical substances on Oct 12th, 2018 (see ChemLinked news).

    In addition, the Korean chemical names of two substances (Given No. 2017-1-774, 2018-1-829) were updated.

    The updates details can be accessible here (in hwp format). 

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