Classification and Labelling Rules in the European Union (EU)
Classification and labeling rules in the EU are complex, and Intertek has the expertise to guide you through those complexities.
The rules for dangerous substances are defined in 67/548/EEC and its amendments, and the rules for dangerous preparations are defined in 1999/45/EC, as last amended by 2006/8/EC. As defined by applicable laws, it is the responsibility of everybody who places substances on the EU market to self-classify the substance if there is no EU-harmonized classification according to Annex I.
Changes in classification and labeling can be expected with the implementation of the Global Harmonized System (GHS)
EU Classification and Labeling Services
Based on our regulatory and eco-toxicological expertise, Intertek's experts are able to determine the appropriate classification and labeling for each substance or preparation.
- Classification, Labelling and Packaging (CLP Regulation) Services
- Chemical Classification and Labelling Services for Consumer Products
- Global Harmonized System (GHS)
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