About CLP Labelling

The CLP labelling sequence is:

CLP labels must be updated with new information “without undue delay”.

All of the information to do with  CLP classification and labelling should be kept for a minimum of 10 years after the date of last supply, and this includes background information as well as the classifications and labels themselves.  Under Article 49 of CLP, this applies where a business is taken over or liquidated, and in the latter case the liquidator takes over responsibility for continuing to provide CLP information to the supply chain.

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