Products with a Harmonised Classification

Products which have a Harmonised Classification under CLP should generally be considered to have a Partial Harmonised Classification, unless they are a pesticide or biocide, when all hazards are required to be included in the classification.  This means that you have to check for yourself whether any other hazards need identifying.

Once you have a full list of hazards, you will need to generate the applicable P statements for the product, as this step is not included in CLP Harmonised Classifications (unlike CHIP, where the Safety Phrases were supplied).

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