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GHS Classification List 2017

By Little Pro on 2016-01-27 Views:  Update:2017-01-18

Many countries or authorities have published their own GHS classification lists for common chemical substances to help chemical companies comply with local GHS regulations, prepare safety data sheets and labels. The GHS classifications can be mandatory or non-mandatory (recommended classification).

GHS Classification List

In this article, we have summarized GHS classification lists in major countries in 2016 and how to access them.

GHS Classification List in EU

  • List: Annex VI to the EU CLP Regulation;
  • No. of substances: ~7,000;
  • Published by: European Chemicals Agency;
  • Mandatory or advisory: mandatory;
  • How to access: ECHA’s C&L Inventory;

Please note that there are a few very important factors to consider when using the compulsory classifications listed in the annex VI to CLP.

Read more about the annex VI to CLP....

GHS Classification List in China

GHS Classification List in Korea

  • List: GHS Classifications for Toxic Chemicals;
  • No. of substances: hundreds of toxic chemical substances;
  • Published by: National Institute for Environmental Research (NIER);
  • Mandatory or advisory: mandatory;
  • Korean version: search;
  • English version: contact us;

GHS Classification List  in Malaysia

  • List: ICOP Part I List of Classified Chemicals;
  • No. of substances: thousands of substances;
  • Published by: Department of Occupational Safety and Health (DOSH);
  • Mandatory or advisory: mandatory;
  • how to access: download;

Read more about Industry Code of Practice on Chemicals

GHS Classification List in Japan

  • List: GHS Classification Results by Japanese Ministries;
  • No. of substances: hundreds of chemical substances;
  • Published by: National Institute of Technology and Evaluation (NITE);
  • Mandatory or advisory: advisory;
  • How to access: download;

GHS Classification List in Taiwan

  • List: GHS Classification Reference Table;
  • No. of substances: ~6,000 substances;
  • Published by: Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA);
  • Mandatory or advisory: advisory;
  • Chinese version: download;
  • English version: contact us;

GHS Classification List in Australia

  • List: GHS Hazardous Chemical Information List;
  • No. of substances: thousands of substances;
  • Published by: Safe Work Australia;
  • Mandatory or advisory: advisory;
  • how to access: download;

 

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