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> Do Taiwan SDS have any mandatory requirements for section 15 of regulations?
> About substances with hazard classification undefined, such as insufficient data or cannot find relevant literatures, how should we indicate them in classification?
> If there are environmental hazardous substances in mixtures, do we need to indicate them in labels? If mixtures contain over one percent health hazardous material constituents, are there any regulations about hazardous substances constituents could be reduce displayed? Are there any regulations about physical or chemical hazards?
> If manufacturers offer SDS written in simplified Chinese or foreign languages, is it comply with regulations?
> As to hazardous products imported from abroad to Taiwan, if there are domestic suppliers in Taiwan, do GHS labels on containers need to present both manufacturers and suppliers’names, addresses and phone numbers? If foreign manufactures export goods directly to users without suppliers, how should we fill in?
> As to mixtures with stage one, two or three under control hazardous substances, do we need to make labels and safety data sheets?
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?
What hazardous chemicals need to go through legal inspection?
Is Singapore's label mandated in English?
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