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Warning symbols

Product manufacturers communicate the hazards of their products with symbols added to the packaging, which adhere to the CLP Regulation (Classification, Labelling and Packaging) 1272/2008 and are applicable throughout the EU. The symbols are shown in black on a white background inside a red diamond. The goal is that, in the future, the same GHS (Global Harmonised System) marking and classification system will be used all over the world.

More information on warning symbols:

Tukes: New hazard pictograms

GHS01 Explosive
Chemicals and objects that may explode

GHS02 Flammable
Flammable liquids, vapours, gases, aerosols and solids

GHS03 Oxidising
Chemicals that cause another material to burn or accelerate the reaction

GHS04 Pressurised gases
Gases that are kept in a pressurised container (at least 2 bar)

GHS05 Corrosive
Chemicals that corrode the skin and/or metal and cause severed eye damage

GHS06 Acute toxicity
Chemicals that are immediately toxic upon inhalation, ingestion and/or skin contact

GHS07 Lower systemic health hazards
Chemicals that cause eye and skin irritation, allergic reactions, skin reactions, airway irritation, acute toxicity, drowsiness or dizziness.

GHS08 Systemic health hazards
Chemicals that cause long-term effects, such as cancer, reproductive damage, weakened fertility or foetal damage. These chemicals may also cause allergic reactions when inhaled or an aspiration hazard.

GHS09 Environment
Chemicals that are hazardous to the environment



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