What Are European Hazard Symbols?
The standard European hazard symbols are symbols the CLP Regulation requires be affixed to labels of chemicals and chemical mixtures. These labels must in turn be placed on packaging (in the case of storage or workplace usage) or containers (in the case of transportation).
European Economic Area (EEA)
The EEA is the European common market. It consists of all European Union countries plus Iceland and Norway. The full list of countries that are part of the EEA is below: Austria Belgium Bulgaria Croatia Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark Estonia ...
What Is the CLP Regulation?
CLP stands for “Classification, Labeling, and Packaging.” The CLP Regulation is a set of rules meant to match the European system for classification, labeling, and packaging of chemicals with the international one, which is called the Global ...
What Is a Safety Data Sheet?
A safety data sheet (SDS) provides information on the health and environmental hazards of a particular product. The REACH Regulation requires certain suppliers to send their customers an SDS for products that are either pure SVHCs or contain certain ...
What Is ECHA?
ECHA stands for “European Chemical Agency.” ECHA is responsible for the REACH Regulation, the SCIP database, and the CLP Regulation.
In What Markets Is the CE Marking Required?
The CE marking is required in all the countries that together form the European Economic Area (EEA) More information: EEA Countries & Regions