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How CLP affects other chemical law

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The classification of a substance or mixture does not, in itself, restrict, ban or otherwise limit the use or market of that substance or mixture.  However as chemical classification is a fundamental part of the safe management, handling and use of chemicals. It is often used as a starting point for other specific controls or protective measures. In many case these measures are set out in other legislation which refers to classification and labelling laws.

Affected chemical laws

Other chemical legislation which refers to the CLP Regulation includes:

Updated: 2015-09-02