Comparison of GHS Concentration Limits for Mutagenicity and Carcinogenicity

Comparison of GHS Concentration Limits for Mutagenicity and Carcinogenicity

2018-12-03
GHS concentration limit is the minimum concentration for a hazardous substance to trigger  Read More.

GHS Classification Criteria for Carcinogenicity

GHS Classification Criteria for Carcinogenicity

2018-05-08
A carcinogen refers to a chemical substance or a mixture of chemical substances which indu Read More.

GHS Classification Criteria for Reproductive Toxicity

GHS Classification Criteria for Reproductive Toxicity

2018-04-09
Reproductive toxicity refers to adverse effects of a chemical substance/mixture on sexual  Read More.

GHS Classification Criteria for Germ Cell Mutagenicity

GHS Classification Criteria for Germ Cell Mutagenicity

2018-03-07
Mutagenicity refers to the induction of permanent transmissible changes in the amount Read More.

GHS Classification Criteria for Eye Irritation and Corrosion

GHS Classification Criteria for Eye Irritation and Corrosion

2018-03-06
Substances that cause adverse changes at the site of first contact (skin, eye, mucous memb Read More.

GHS Classification Criteria for Skin Corrosion and Irritation

GHS Classification Criteria for Skin Corrosion and Irritation

2018-03-06
Skin corrosion refers to the production of irreversible damage to the skin; namely, visibl Read More.

GHS Classification Criteria for Acute Toxicity

GHS Classification Criteria for Acute Toxicity

2018-03-06
Acute toxicity describes the adverse effects of a substance that result either from a sing Read More.

GHS Classification Criteria for Skin Sensitization

GHS Classification Criteria for Skin Sensitization

2017-11-08
A chemical substance will be classified as a skin sensitizer if there is reliable human ev Read More.

GHS Classification Criteria for Specific Target Organ Toxicant

GHS Classification Criteria for Specific Target Organ Toxicant

2017-05-26
A substance will be classified as a Specific Target Organ Toxicant (STOT) if it produces s Read More.

What Is M-factor and How It Is Used for GHS Classification

What Is M-factor and How It Is Used for GHS Classification

2017-02-02
M-factor stands for multiplying factor for substances that are highly toxic to aquatic env Read More.

GHS Classification Criteria in A Single Page

GHS Classification Criteria in A Single Page

2016-05-09
GHS classification criteria are used to determine the nature and the relative severity of  Read More.

GHS Classification List

GHS Classification List

2016-01-27
Many countries or authorities have published their own GHS classification lists for common Read More.

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