GHS (Rev.6) (2015)

Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS)

Sixth revised edition

 

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Corrigendum

Note: Please note that the matrix table for Acute Toxicity, oral exposure route (categories 1 and 2) in Annex 3, Section 3 of the 6th revised edition of the GHS is missing in the printed version and on the e-version available on this page. A corrigendum will be issued soon. In the meantime, you may wish to refer to the matrix table for this hazard class and categories in the 5th revised edition (page 335 of the English version)

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Foreword and table of contents

Part 1:
Introduction  

Part 2:
Physical hazards  

Part 3:
Health hazards  

Part 4:
Environmental hazards 

Annexes

Annex 1:
Classification and labelling summary tables 

Annex 2:
(Reserved) 

Annex 3:
Codification of hazard statements, codification and use of  precautionary statements, codification of hazard pictograms  and examples of precautionary pictograms

Annex 4:
Guidance on the preparation of Safety Data Sheets  

Annex 5:
Consumer product labelling based on the likelihood of injury  

Annex 6:
Comprehensibility testing methodology  

Annex 7:
Examples of arrangements of the GHS label elements  

Annex 8:
An example of classification in the Globally Harmonized Systems  

Annex 9:
Guidance on hazards to the aquatic environment  

Annex 10:
Guidance on transformation/dissolution of metals and metal compounds