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> If a certain component of a chemical product is non-hazardous according to GHS classifications, should it still show up on the Section 3 of SDS?
> Do we need CSCL, ISHL, MITI, etc. numbers on the SDS or labels or both? Or what specific Japanese specific numbers do we need on SDS and labels? Are the Cabinet order numbers required to be placed on SDS and/or labels?
> Clarification requirements for STOT SE RE 1-2 and specific examples of Japanese SDS and labels. Do we need both STOT 1 and 2 when different organs are effected, or for instance if two different Chemicals affect the same organ but at STOT 1 and 2 can we just use STOT 1 when one organ is affected by multiple chemicals.? What rules when multiple STOTs are from a Mixture?
> Do they need to be exact to 2 significant figures/digits or are we able to use ranges? As I saw in the example he provided it was 99.5%, could this have been written as 100% and still met the PRTR requirements?
> Could we reduce the number of Precautionary Statements on labels under certain circumstances? Are we always required to have as many as possible information on them? Is there a minimum number of required P-statements or H-statements on labels?
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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