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GB 30000.18-2013: Rules for classification and labelling of chemicals -- Part 18: Acute toxicity

This Part of GB 30000 specifies the terms and definitions, classification criteria, decision logic and guidance, and labels of Acute toxicity. This Part is applicable to the classification and labelling of Acute toxicity according to the United Nations.
GB 30000.18-2013
ICS 13.300
A 80
GB
National Standard
of the PEOPLE Republic of China
Replacing GB 20592-2006
Rules for classification and labelling of chemicals -
Part 18. Acute toxicity
ISSUED ON. OCTOBER 10, 2013
IMPLEMENTED ON. NOVEMBER 1, 2014
Issued by. General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine;
Standardization Administration Committee.
Table of Contents
Foreword ... 3
1 Scope ... 7
2 Normative references ... 7
3 Terms and definitions and abbreviations ... 7
4 Classification Standard ... 8
5 Decision logic ... 18
6 Labels ... 18
Appendix A ... 21
Appendix B ... 24
Appendix C ... 27
Appendix D ... 30
Appendix E ... 44
Foreword
Chapter 4 and Chapter 6 of this part are mandatory. The rest are recommended. The expected structure and the national standards to be replaced are as follows. Part 1. Rules for classification and labelling of chemicals. Part 1. General rules (replacing GB 13690-2009);
Part 2. Rules for classification and labelling of chemicals. Part 2. Explosives (replacing GB 20576-2006);
Part 3. Rules for classification and labelling of chemicals. Part 3. Flammable gases (replacing GB 20577-2006);
Part 4. Rules for classification and labelling of chemicals. Part 4. Aerosols (replacing GB 20578-2006);
Part 5. Rules for classification and labelling of chemicals. Part 5. Oxidizing gases (replacing GB 20579-2006);
Part 6. Rules for classification and labelling of chemicals. Part 6. Gases under pressure (replacing GB 20580-2006);
Part 7. Rules for classification and labelling of chemicals. Part 7. Flammable liquids (replacing GB 20581-2006);
Part 8. Rules for classification and labelling of chemicals. Part 8. Flammable solids (replacing GB 20582-2006).
Part 9. Rules for classification and labelling of chemicals. Part 9. Self-reactive substances and mixtures (replacing GB 20583-2006);
Part 10. Rules for classification and labelling of chemicals. Part 10. Pyrophoric liquids (replacing GB 20585-2006);
Part 11. Rules for classification and labelling of chemicals. Part 11. Pyrophoric solids (replacing GB 20586-2006);
Part 12. Rules for classification and labelling of chemicals. Part 12. Self-heating substances and mixtures (replacing GB 20584-2006);
Part 13. Rules for classification and labelling of chemicals. Part 13. Substances and mixtures which, in contact with water, emit flammable gases
(replacing GB 20587-2006);
Part 14. Rules for classification and labelling of chemicals. Part 14. Oxidizing liquids (replacing GB 20589-2006);
Part 15. Rules for classification and labelling of chemicals. Part 15. Oxidizing solids (replacing GB 20590-2006);
Part 16. Rules for classification and labelling of chemicals. Part 16. Organic peroxides (replacing GB 20591-2006);
Part 17. Rules for classification and labelling of chemicals. Part 17. Corrosive to metals (replacing GB 20588-2006).
Part 18. Rules for classification and labelling of chemicals. Part 18. Acute toxicity (replacing GB 20592-2006);
Part 19. Rules for classification and labelling of chemicals. Part 19. Skin corrosion/irritation (replacing GB 20593-2006);
Part 20. Rules for classification and labelling of chemicals. Part 20. Serious eye damage/eye irritation (replacing GB 20594 a 2006);
Part 21. Rules for classification and labelling of chemicals. Part 21. Respiratory or skin sensitization (replacing GB 20595-2006);
Part 22. Rules for classification and labelling of chemicals. Part 22. Germ cell mutagenicity (replacing GB 20596-2006);
Part 23. Rules for classification and labelling of chemicals. Part 23. Carcinogenicity (replacing GB 20597-2006);
Part 24. Rules for classification and labelling of chemicals. Part 24. Reproductive toxicity (replacing GB 20598-2006);
Part 25. Rules for classification and labelling of chemicals. Part 25. Specific target organ toxicity. Single exposure (replacing GB 20599-2006);
Part 26. Rules for classification and labelling of chemicals. Part 26. Specific target organ toxicity. Repeated exposure (replacing GB 20601-2006);
Part 27. Rules for classification and labelling of chemicals. Part 27. Aspiration hazard;
Part 28. Rules for classification and labelling of chemicals. Part 28. Hazardous to the aquatic environment (replacing GB 20602-2006);
Part 29. Rules for classification and labelling of chemicals. Part 29. Hazardous to the ozone layer;
Part 30. Rules for classification and labelling of chemicals. Part 29. Work safety warning signs.
This part is part 18 of GB 30000.
This part was drafted in accordance with the rules given in GB/T 1.1-2009. This part shall replace GB 20592-2006.
Compared with GB 20592-2006, the major technical changes are as follows. - MODIFY the standard name. Chinese name is changed to ?€?Rules for
classification and labelling of chemicals. Part 18. Acute toxicity?€?. English name is changed to ?€?Rules for classification and labelling of chemicals. Part 18. Acute toxicity?€?;
- MODIFY the content of Chapter 1 ?€?Scope?€?. The "warning label" is changed to "label". DELETE "precautionary statements";
- MODIFY the introductory phrase in Chapter 2 "Normative references";
- MODIFY the note content of Type 5 in Table 1;
- DELETE the original Chapter 8. The relevant contents "precautionary statements" are as informative Appendix D; INTEGRATE the original Chapters 6, 7 and 8 as Chapter 6;
- ADD informative Appendix E "Label examples of acute toxicity".
This part was proposed by and shall be centralized by National Standardization Technical Committee on Danger Chemicals Management (SAC/TC 251).
Drafting organizations of this part. Tianjin entry-exit inspection and Quarantine Bureau, Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention and National Institute of Occupational Health and Poison Control, Pony Testing International Group, China National Chemical Information Center, and Guizhou Academy of Testing and Analysis. The main drafters of this part. Jia Xiaochuan, Liu Ming, Li Xiuping, Cao Lijing, Sun Li, Lin Zheng, Song Wei, Ge Xiaojun, Wu Weiai, Tan Hong, and Yang Hongbo.
The previous version replaced by this part is.
- GB 20592-2006.
Rules for classification and labelling of chemicals -
Part 18. Acute toxicity
1 Scope
This part of GB 30000 specifies the terms and definitions, classification criteria, decision logic and guidance, and labels of chemicals with acute toxicity. This part is applicable to the classification and labelling of chemicals with acute toxicity according to the United Nations "Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals" (Hereafter referred to as GHS). 2 Normative references
The following documents are essential for the application of this document. For dated references, only the dated editions apply to this document. For undated references, the latest editions (including all corrections) of the referenced documents apply to this document.
GB 6944 Classification and code of dangerous goods
GB 13690 General rules for classification and hazard communication of chemicals United Nations ?€?Recommendations on the transport of dangerous goods - Model regulations?€? (Seventeenth revised edition), hereafter referred to as
?€?Model regulations?€?.
United Nations "Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals" (Fourth revised edition)
3 Terms and definitions and abbreviations
Those defined in GB 13690 AND the following terms and definitions and abbreviations apply to this document.
3.1
Figure E.11 Label examples of acute toxicity-inhalation
Code
Product name
Company Name
Street name and number
Country, province, city, zip code
Phone number
Emergency phone
Instructions for use.
Load mass.
Lot.
Gross weight.
Load date.
Validity.
Transport pictogram
No pictogram
Danger
Harmful if inhaled
IF INHALED. Call a POISON
CENTER/doctor/.../if you feel
unwell.

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