By Herbert F. Bender, Philipp Eisenbarth
This practice-oriented consultant covers the dealing with and use of dangerous chemical compounds on the place of work, together with labelling and garage, transportation, occupational defense and correct registration with the eu professionals. present ecu Union laws and directives are mentioned in the course of the textual content, making this a helpful reference for corporations and associations either in and out of the european universal marketplace.
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The exact definitions of these dangerous properties are laid down in annex VI of the Dangerous Substance Directive 67/548/EEC [3-1]. The stipulated danger Fig. 1 The 15 dangerous properties according to 67/548/EEC [3-1]. 6. For approximately 2000 substances, legal classifications are listed in annex I of Directive 67/548/EEC. Not every dangerous property can be characterized by its own danger symbol, a consequence of the fact that there are only 10 danger symbols for 15 dangerous properties. Therefore the correct classification of substances or preparations cannot be deduced from the danger symbol or the indication of danger that it represents.
1 The Dangerous Properties Substances and preparations are divided into 15 groups in accordance with their dangerous properties. These represent their most important toxic, ecotoxic, and physical-chemical properties, although some special properties are not represented, e. , the suffocating property of nitrogen and the rare gases. 1. These 15 dangerous properties constitute the major dangers of substances or preparations, and are described in detail by using prescribed R-phrases. The exact definitions of these dangerous properties are laid down in annex VI of the Dangerous Substance Directive 67/548/EEC [3-1].
1 Classification criteria of very toxic compounds in accordance with Directive 67/548/EEC [3-1]. 2 The Acute Toxic Properties The following R-phrases have to be used in order to express the application route: R 26: Very toxic by inhalation. R 27: Very toxic in contact with skin. R 28: Very toxic if swallowed. The well-known poisons potassium cyanide, strychnine, arsenic, and nicotine are typical examples. Representatives of ubiquitous very toxic gases are nitrogen dioxide, dinitrogen trioxide, and hydrogen sulfide.
Hazardous Chemicals: Control and Regulation in the European Market by Herbert F. Bender, Philipp Eisenbarth