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95-50-1

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 The Globally
Harmonized
System (GHS)
for Hazard
Classification
and Labelling

Asia Pacific Region Update



Michele Sullivan, Ph.D., MRS Associates
Sulliva1@aol.com
UN Web Site: Status of GHS implementation
www.unece.org/trans/danger/publi/ghs/implementation_e.html



種ew 稴lovenia
稟rgentina 稤enmark 稪apan
Zealand 稴outh Africa
稟ustralia 稥cuador 稬ao People's
種igeria 稴pain
稟ustria 稥stonia Democratic
種orway 稴weden
稡elgium 稦inland Republic
稰araguay 稵hailand
稡olivia 稦rance 稬atvia
稰hilippines 稶K
稡razil 稧ambia 稬iechtenstein
稰oland 稶SA
稡runei 稧ermany 稬ithuania
稰ortugal 稶ruguay
Darussalam 稧reece 稬uxembourg
稫orea 稸iet Nam
稢ambodia 稨ungary 稭adagascar
稲ussia 穁ambia
稢anada 稩celand 稭alaysia
稴enegal 稥U &
稢hile 稩reland 稭alta
稴erbia European
稢hina 稩ndonesia 稭auritius
稴ingapore Economic
稢yprus 稩taly 稭exico
稴lovakia Area
稢zech Republic 稭yanmar
種etherlands
Implementation
?In the AsiaPacific area, only Mongolia has indicated no
intention of implementing GHS

?Several countries have indicated adoption of the GHS
?New Zealand
?GHS has been adopted in a legislative sense, based on
2003 GHS
?Revisions based on GHS Rev 1 expected in 2006/07
?For labeling, full implementation of the GHS is not planned
before 2008
?In order to better align with major trading partners, an
additional provision will allow for acceptance of labeling in
accordance with the requirements of specified overseas
jurisdictions until the end of 2010.

Michele Sullivan, Ph.D.
Australia

?Implementation of the GHS is proceeding across the
various chemical regulatory sectors
?Policy development in each sectors is by an
Australian Government agency
?Implementation is by Australian, State and Territory
government agencies (9 governments)
?Key sectors in Australia are
? workplace chemicals,
? poisons, agricultural and veterinary chemicals,
? environmental chemicals,
? dangerous goods transport and
? therapeutic goods




Michele Sullivan, Ph.D.
Australia
Workplace
? Developing new national standards and codes of practice for use of
chemicals, including classification, labeling and safety data sheets
?suite of documents will use the GHS as the primary hazard
classification and communication tool.
?Draft package expected to be released for comment in September
2006
?Aim is to having a new national framework agreed in 2007
?significant transition period expected, in the vicinity of up to 5 years,
to allow full transition to the GHS
Agrivet sector
? This sector is considering how the GHS could be translated into
Australia's risk-based labeling system for agricultural and veterinary
chemicals.
Consumer Sector
? A Working Group has been established through the National Drugs and
Poisons Schedule Committee (NDPSC) to identify the implications for
consumer products including pesticides
? Working Group is to report in October 2006.

Michele Sullivan, Ph.D.
Australia Challenges

?Transition requirements to move from the
current workplace chemicals regime,
including the existing classification and
labeling requirements
?Ensuring that the transition is implemented
consistently across the workplace chemical
regulatory agencies in each state and territory
jurisdiction.
?Use of a risk-based approach to labeling of
chemicals in the agricultural and veterinary
chemicals sector and the poisons regulatory
area.


Michele Sullivan, Ph.D.
China

?The General Administration of Quality
Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine of the
People's Republic of China (AQSIQ) initiated
a number of activities with the aim of ensuring
the implementation of the GHS by 2008.
?Translation of GHS into Chinese
?Transformed the technical requirements of GHS
into national standards, which will be brought into
effect this year (2006)
?A database of Safety Data Sheets was created.



Michele Sullivan, Ph.D.
Japan Implementation


稥stablished inter-Ministry GHS committee, including JCIA

稴ituational analyses for Japanese laws

稩nternal and external awareness raising

稵ranslation of the GHS Purple Book into Japanese




Michele Sullivan, Ph.D.
Japan Implementation
?In December 2005, MHLW recommended industry
voluntarily apply GHS labeling in the framework of the
Poisonous and Deleterious Substances Control Law
which regulates chemical products containing toxic or
corrosive substances and requires labeling
?Industrial Safety and Health (IHSL) Law was amended in
2005 in order to implement GHS labeling and SDS,
replacing current national requirements
?1 Dec 2006, Enforcement of the amendment
?draft regulations open for comment until Sept. 14th
http://search.e-
gov.go.jp/servlet/Public?CLASSNAME=Pcm1010&BID=495060078&OBJ
CD=100495&GROUP
?Eric Kennedy, Office of Japan, US Department of Commerce,
(202) 482-1695, Eric_Kennedy@ita.doc.gov
Michele Sullivan, Ph.D.
Japan Implementation
?GHS Classification for 1,500 chemicals by National
Institute of Technology & Evaluation (NITE)
www.safe.nite.go.jp/ghs/list.html
?Aims to cover chemicals regulated by ISHL and PRTR
?So far, classification for approx. 940 chemicals announced
?These classifications are on the NITE website in Japanese
?If a company has other data, that may be used for classification

?Development of GHS classification manual to facilitate
the classification of the 1,500 chemicals
http://www.meti.go.jp/policy/chemical_management/kokusai/GHS/G
HS_Classification_Manual.htm




Michele Sullivan, Ph.D.
Japan Implementation
?Example SDSs (in Japanese)
www.jaish.gr.jp/anzen/gmsds/gmsds_index.html
?Example labels (in Japanese)
www.jaish.gr.jp/anzen/gmsds_label/label_index.htm

?Japanese Industrial Standards (JIS) - in Japanese
?SDS based on GHS (JIS Z 7250:2005)
?Labeling system based on GHS (JIS Z 7251: 2006)
?secretariat for revision of ISO MSDS Standard (ISO
11014)

?Translation on-line
http://babelfish.altavista.com/


Michele Sullivan, Ph.D.
Japan GHS Classification: o - dichlorobenzene CAS# 95-50-1
Hazard class Result Symbol Signal word Hazard statement Basis

Acute It divided LD50=1,516 mg/kg of the oral administration test which uses rut/rat (NICNAS
1 Category 4 Warning Harmful if swallowed
toxicity(oral) (2001)) of on the basis, division 4.
The result of the skin irritation test which uses the rabbit (the CERI NITE harmful
Skin
characteristic appraisal book (2005)) description and description of the case for the person
2 corrosion / Category 2 Warning Causes skin irritation
(SIDS (2001)) from, "it possesses the stimulus characteristic of degree of middle class", that
irritation
because it is thought, division 2.
CERI NITE harmful characteristic appraisal book No.2 (2004) from, there is no positive
Germ cell Category 2 Suspected of causing result in reproduction cell in vivo mutagenicity test, with the positive result, from the fact that
5 Warning
mutagenicity genetic defects it is not the positive result in reproduction cell heredity poisonous test, it divided in somatic
cell n vivo mutagenicity test 2.
Category 1 Concerning the person, "the undiluted solution of o- dichlorobenzene has stimulus
(liver and Causes damage to organs characteristic vis-a-vis the upper windpipe, shows central nervous control action at the time
kidney), of high density disclosing, the poisoning characteristic hepatitis and the nephritis are
Danger (liver kidney)
STOST Category 3 caused", "anesthesia action" (ACGIH (7th, 2001)) and so on from the fact that it is
8 (single (windpipe description, the liver and the kidney are thought the target internal organs (CERI NITE
May cause respiratory
exposure) stimulus harmful characteristic appraisal book No.2 (2004)) and so on concerning the description
warning irritation, drowsiness and and laboratory animal, windpipe stimulus characteristic, have shown anesthesia action.
characteristic
dizziness
, anesthesia From above, classification did division 1 (the liver and the kidney), division 3 (windpipe
action) stimulus characteristic, anesthesia action) with.
Concerning the person, "occurring frequently characteristic nervous obstacle and liver
obstacle, stimulus characteristic to the nasal cavity and the windpipe and the stimulus
Causes damage to organs
characteristic for breathing apparatus system" (CERI NITE harmful characteristic appraisal
Category 1
(nervous system, liver,
(nervous book No.2 (2004)), "marrow hyperplasia, acutely hemolysis characteristic anemia and the
blood system, lungs)
system, liver, Danger leucocyte increase multi symptoms" (CERI hazard data collection 98-19 (1999)) and so on
through prolonged or
STOST blood in the description and laboratory animal, "urine narrow tube denaturation" and "pneumonia
repeated exposure
9 (repeat (thing metaplasia condition obscurity)" (CERI NITE harmful characteristic appraisal book
system,
exposure) No.2 (2004)) and so on from the fact that it is description, nervous system, the liver, the
breathing
May cause damage to
apparatus), warning breathing apparatus and blood system You could think the kidney the target internal organs.
organs (kidney) through
category 2 Furthermore, vis-a-vis the breathing apparatus concerning the influence with the laboratory
prolonged or repeated
(kidney) animal, it was seen in the range of the guidance value which is suitable to division 2 division
exposure
1, vis-a-vis the kidney. From above, classification did division 1 (nervous system, the liver,
blood system, the breathing apparatus), division 2 (the kidney) with.
Harmful to
the aquatic
11 Category 1 Warning Very toxic to aquatic life being attached) 48 hours EC50=0.66mg/L (SIDS, 2005) from other things, division 1.
environment
(acute)
Harmful to Acuteness virulence division 1, (BCF=260 of those whose living thing accumulation
the aquatic Very toxic to aquatic life characteristic is low (the existing chemical physical safety inspection data)), there is no
11 Category 1 Warning
environment quick disassembly characteristic, (the degree of disassembly with BOD: 0% (existing
with long lasting effects
(chronic) chemical physical safety inspection data)) from thing, division 1.
Korea

?Korean Ministries involved in the regulation of
chemicals plan to revise their respective
regulations in line with the GHS and to
enforce and adopt the GHS by 2008 after two
years of public notice.
?Agency for Technology and Standards is
reviewing the results of the GHS related
studies and is planning to notify the draft of
the Korean Standards within this year (2006).



Michele Sullivan, Ph.D.
Malaysia

?Establishment of National Coordinating
Committee on the Implementation of GHS
with MITI as national coordinator
?streamline the various Acts and Regulations on
chemical control management currently under
relevant ministries and agencies
?DOSH earlier started to harmonize the
Occupational Safety and Health Regulations
on industrial chemicals to be GHS compliant,
which will be followed by other sub-sectors of
the chemical industry

Michele Sullivan, Ph.D.
Malaysia


ACTIVITIES 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008


AWARENESS &
TRAINING

REVIEW LAWS &
PREPARE GUIDELINES

PROMOTE LAWS &
GUIDELINES

IMPLEMENT LAWS &
GUIDELINES




Michele Sullivan, Ph.D.
Russia

?Russia
?In the process of revising all technical
regulations; will include adoption of GHS;
?Work will cover all business sectors; initial
focus on medical and pharmaceuticals;
?Establishing Risk Assessment Institute to
include international cooperation,
government and industry cooperation.




Michele Sullivan, Ph.D.
Taiwan
?3-year GHS & chemical management action plan provides
a roadmap for governmental agencies to conduct
necessary preparations from 2006 to 2008.

?Publication of a new National Standards Classification and
Labelling of Chemical based on GHS is scheduled in 2006
for workplace, emergency response, consumer,
environmental agent/pesticide, and other applications

?Amendment of workplace Hazard Communication
Regulation based on GHS is expected to be completed by
the end of 2006. A two-year transitional period is
considered in the regulation draft.

?GHS Traditional Chinese/English Webpage
http://ghs.e-environment.com.tw

Michele Sullivan, Ph.D.
Thailand

?The situation and gap analysis study
has now been completed.
?The UN web site lists Thai Regulations
on SDSs, labels and classification to be
issued or revised
?The GHS, as well as standardized
signal words and hazard statements
have been translated into Thai.
?Implementation strategy 2007/2008

Michele Sullivan, Ph.D.

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