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The Classification, Packaging and Labelling of Dangerous Substances (Amendment) Regulations 1988

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Regulation 2(3)

SCHEDULE 2REGULATION 4 OF THE PRINCIPAL REGULATIONS AS AMENDED

Meaning of approved list

4.  In these Regulations, “approved list” means the list approved by the Health and Safety Commission on 9 February 1988 entitled “Information Approved for the Classification, Packaging and Labelling of Dangerous Substances (2nd Edition)” which contains—

(a)in Part IA—

(i)a list of those substances dangerous for supply for which the Commission has approved an indication of general nature of risk, classification and certain risk and safety phrases, and

(ii)a list of those substances dangerous for conveyance by road for which the Coimmission has approved a substance identification number and a classification and in certain cases a packing group number and an indcation of subsidiary risk;

(b)in Part IB, a list of those groups of substances dangerous for conveyance by road not specified in Part IA as dangerous for conveyance by road for which the Commission has approved a substance identification number and in certain cases a packing group number and an indication of subsidiary risk;

(c)in Part IC, a list of those articles to which, by virtue of regulation 3(5), these Regulations relate as they relate to the conveyance by road of dangerous substances and for which the Commission has approved a substance identification number and a classification;those articles to which, by virtue of regulation 3(5), these Regulations relate as they relate to the conveyance by road of dangerous substances and for which the Commission has approved a substance identification number and a classification;

(d)in Part II a list of substances dangerous for supply for which the Commission has approved the classification for the purposes of Schedule 4 (classification of solvents);

(e)in Part III a list of substances dangerous for supply for which the Commission has approved the classification for the purposes of Schedule 5 (classification of paints, varnishes, printing inks, adhesives and similar products);

(f)in Part IV a list of the risk phrases which the Commission has approved for use with dangerous substances;

(g)in Part V a list of the safety phrases which the Commission has approved for use with dangerous substances;

(h)in Part VI a list of substances dangerous for supply for which the Commission has approved a conventional LD50 value for the purpose of Schedule 3 (classification of pesticides); and

(i)in Part VII a list of the changes made to the previous edition of the approved list (as revised),

together with such notes and explanatory material as are requisite for the use of the list.

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