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> Are those chemicals with known physical hazards which listed in the Catalogue of Chemicals that Exempt from Physical Hazard Identification and Classification all listed in the Catalogue of Hazardous Chemicals? Do they share the same criteria of physical hazard?
> There are 2828 items of 15th version in the Catalogue of hazardous chemicals. It contains a lot of chemicals with physical hazards, yet there are only 50 chemicals with known physical hazards in the Catalogue of Chemicals that Exempt from Physical Hazard Identification and Classification. Why?
> Several products of our company are mixtures, and their components are all listed in the Catalogue of Chemicals that Exempt from Physical Hazard Identification and Classification. Then, do those products could exempt from the physical hazard identification?
> As to mixtures that do not contain substances listed in the catalogue of hazardous chemicals, do they need to conduct the physical hazard identification?
> In what situation could a number of enterprises apply for a joint appraisal?
> What chemicals are required to conduct physical hazard identification in accordance with Decree 60?
How to determine the hazard classification of mixtures?
What chemicals need to be registered?
If the new chemical substances has already been notified under SEPA Order 17 (predecessor of MEP Order 7), is it necessary to comply with the scientific research record notification under MEP Order 7?
Is Singapore's label mandated in English?
What hazardous chemicals need to go through legal inspection?
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