Description of restriction lists by country


Standard lists

SIN-list

The SIN List (Substitute It Now) is a list of hazardous chemicals that are used in a wide variety of articles, products and manufacturing processes around the globe. 

The SIN List consists of chemicals that have been identified by the non-profit organization ChemSec as being SVHC (Substances of Very High Concern), based on the criteria defined within REACH, the EU chemicals legislation.

Criteria (CAS and EC) are collected from ChemSec website.

 

CMR product (Intersolia)

CMR List includes products classified as carcinogenic, mutagenic and toxic to reproduction. For products on the list might apply requirements pertaining to investigation, documentation and in some cases records of exposed employees. The list runs on criteria and is based on the following hazard statements and risk phrases: H340, H350, H350i, H360, H360D, H360Df, H360F, H360FD, H360Fd, R45, R46, R49, R60 and / or R61. The restriction list matches directly against the classification of your chemical products.

 

Allergens (Intersolia)

Restriction List of chemical products that are classified as allergenic/sensitizing (H317, H334, R43, R42) or contain EUH phrases EUH202, EUH203, EUH204, EUH205 or EUH208. The restriction list directly matches the classification of your chemical products.


EU Package


Standard restriction lists for all EU countries

 

REACH Candidate list of SVHC

REACH Candidate List contains substances that have properties that can cause serious and lasting effects on human health and the environment. Substances fulfilling one or more of the criteria defined in Article 57 of the EU REACH Regulation can be identified as "substances of very high concern" (SVHC) and put on the "candidate List for authorization" which is also called "REACH SVHC list".

Substances on REACH SVHC list are:

  • substances meeting the criteria for classification as carcinogenic, mutagenic or reprotoxic (CMR) category 1 or 2;
  • persistent, bio-accumulative and toxic (PBT) substances; or
  • very persistent and very bio-accumulative (vPvB) substances;
  • substances for which there is evidence for similar concern, such as endocrine disruptors.

Products match this list if they contain a CAS- or EC number on the list extracted from ECHA's website for SVHC.

 

REACH – Annex XVII Restriction list

The Annex XVII of REACH regulation contains the list of restrictions of certain hazardous substances, mixtures and articles for their marketing and use in the European market. A restriction can apply to any substance on its own, in a mixture or in an article, including those that do not require registration. The list is often known as REACH restricted substances list or simply as REACH annex XVII. Criterias (CAS and EC numbers) are collected directly from ECHA’s website and group entries are split to own rows.

 

REACH - Annex XIV Authorisation list

REACH Annex XIV is also called REACH authorization list. It contains a list of substances subject to authorization under EU REACH regulation. Substances on this list are selected from REACH SVHC list and they cannot be placed on the market or used after a given date ("sunset date"), unless an authorization is granted for their specific use, or the use is exempted from authorization.

CAS and EC numbers are directly collected from ECHA:s website.

 

SIN-list

The SIN List (Substitute It Now) is a list of hazardous chemicals that are used in a wide variety of articles, products and manufacturing processes around the globe. 

The SIN List consists of chemicals that have been identified by the non-profit organization ChemSec as being SVHC (Substances of Very High Concern), based on the criteria defined within REACH, the EU chemicals legislation.

Criteria (CAS and EC) are collected from ChemSec website.

 

Allergens (Intersolia)

Restriction List of chemical products that are classified as allergenic/sensitizing (H317, H334, R43, R42) or contain EUH phrases EUH202, EUH203, EUH204, EUH205 or EUH208. The restriction list directly matches the classification of your chemical products.

 

EU water framework directive

Restriction List of priority substances with a negative impact on the aquatic environment. The Restriction list is matched against substances in your chemical products. The criteria (CAS and EC numbers) for EU Water framework directive is collected from EUR-Lex homepage.

 

CMR product (Intersolia)

CMR List includes products classified as carcinogenic, mutagenic and toxic to reproduction. For products on the list might apply requirements pertaining to investigation, documentation and in some cases records of exposed employees. The list runs on criteria and is based on the following hazard statements and risk phrases: H340, H350, H350i, H360, H360D, H360Df, H360F, H360FD, H360Fd, R45, R46, R49, R60 and / or R61. The restriction list matches directly against the classification of your chemical products.


Endocrine disruptors

If a product is on the list because it contains an endocrine disruptor, try to substitute the product if possible. Endocrine disruptors are defined as SVHCs (substances of very high concern). SVHC substances first end up on the candidate list, then they can also be included on the Authorisation list, Annex XIV to the REACH Regulation.


For chemical products containing endocrine disruptors (substances on the candidate list), a permit is required in some cases for the product to be handled. By substituting, you therefore do not have to worry about a complicated and costly permit process. There are also requirements that information on endocrine disruptors must be stated in safety data sheets.



Sweden

Swedish customers have EU package and country package:


AFS 2018:1 - Hygieniska gränsvärden

The Swedish Work Environment Authority's (Arbetsmiljöverket) regulations and general advice on occupational exposure limits. The purpose of these regulations is to prevent health issues of workers caused by exposure to the substances listed in these regulations. The restriction list matches against the CAS numbers listed in AFS 2018:1 and its amending regulations. As these regulations only contain CAS numbers, this restriction list only matches against CAS numbers listed in the safety data sheets for the substance(s) in your chemical products. All restriction lists are indicative and do not consider e.g., amount or weight percent.

 

AFS Grupp A

Chemical substances that belong to Group A and chemical products that contains additives by these substances are not allowed to be used in the organization. The prohibition also applies to chemical products containing a substance as a contamination at a level of 0.1% by weight or more. Some exceptions exist, this requires permission from the Swedish Work Environment Authority. The restriction list matches the substances in your products (CAS and EC numbers). The list refers to AFS 2011:19 and its amending regulations.

 

AFS Grupp B

Chemical substances that belong to Group B and chemical products that contains additives by these substances may not be handled in the organization without permission from the Swedish Work Environment Authority. Some exceptions exist. The sestriction list matches the substances in your products (CAS and EC numbers). The list refers to AFS 2011:19 and its amending regulations.

 

Gravida och ammande

An employer who has been notified that the employee is pregnant, or breastfeeding must inform the employee and ensure that she is not exposed to hazardous exposure to products classified as H340, H341, H350, H350i, H351, H360, H360F, H360D, H360FD, H360Fd, H360Fd, H360Fd, H360Fd H361, H361f, H361d, H361fd, H362, H370 and H371. Any match against either of these hazard statements will generate a match against the restriction list in iChemistry. The criteria for this restriction lists is linked to legislation AFS 2007:5 Pregnant and breastfeeding workers.

 

KEMI:s PRIO Riskminskning

Priority risk reduction substances are substances classified with the following properties: Very high acute toxicity, allergenic, mutagenic (category 2), high chronic toxicity, potential PBT / vPvB (persistent, bioaccumulative and toxic / very persistent and very bioaccumulative), environmentally hazardous and long-term effects. The restriction list matches the substances in your chemical products based on CAS and EC numbers and if this number can be found in the PRIO database as a Risk Reduction substance (On the website for Kemikalieinspektionen).

 

KEMI:s PRIO Utfasning

Phasing-out substances are substances classified with the following properties: CMR (carcinogenic, mutagenic or reproductive disorders, category 1A or 1B), PBT / vPvB (persistent, bioaccumulative and toxic / very persistent and very bioaccumulative), especially hazardous metals (mercury, cadmium, cadmium lead and its compounds), endocrine disruptors and ozone depleting. The restriction list matches against the substances in your chemical products based on the CAS and EC numbers and if this number is found in the PRIO database as a Phasing-out substance (On the website for Kemikalieinspektionen).

 

PRIO Utfasning utan komplexa kolväten, butan och isobutan

Complex hydrocarbons may contain carcinogens in less pure fractions and the requirements of phasing out products may not always apply. If you know that you mainly have products with cleaner hydrocarbons, (based on information in their safety data sheets), you can preferably use this list which excludes complex hydrocarbons, butane and isobutane search for your Phasing out products.

 

 

 

 

 

Germany

German customers have EU package with exclusion from the EU Water Framework directive and country package: 

 

Chemikalien Verbotsverordnung

This list contains products which are prohibited to be placed on the German market according to Annex 1 of the Chemicals Prohibition Ordinance. It acts as a supplement to Annex XIV of the REACH Regulation. The list is based on substances, which have a clearly assigned CAS no.

 

WGK: 1 (schwach wassergefährdend)

German Water Hazard Class (WGK) sometimes is also called German Water Endangerment Class (WGK). This is often included in the section 15 of SDSs. German's Federal Water Act requires that facilities handling substances that are hazardous to waters must be built and operated in a way that water bodies are protected from pollutions. To this end, the Water Hazard Class (WGK) of a substance or mixture has to be determined, communicated and documented. Classification is carried out on the basis of the Ordinance on facilities for handling substances that are hazardous to water (Verordnung über Anlagen zum Umgang mit wassergefährdenden Stoffen (AwSV)) of 18 April 2017.

There are three water hazard classes (WGK). 

  1. low hazard to waters;
  2. hazard to waters;
  3. severe hazard to waters;

Furthermore, substances can be classified as non-hazardous to water (nwg) or are deemed hazardous to water in general (awg).

 

WGK: 2 (deutlich wassergefährdend)

German Water Hazard Class (WGK) sometimes is also called German Water Endangerment Class (WGK). This is often included in the section 15 of SDSs. German's Federal Water Act requires that facilities handling substances that are hazardous to waters must be built and operated in a way that water bodies are protected from pollutions. To this end, the Water Hazard Class (WGK) of a substance or mixture has to be determined, communicated and documented. Classification is carried out on the basis of the Ordinance on facilities for handling substances that are hazardous to water (Verordnung über Anlagen zum Umgang mit wassergefährdenden Stoffen (AwSV)) of 18 April 2017.

There are three water hazard classes (WGK). 

  1. low hazard to waters;
  2. hazard to waters;
  3. severe hazard to waters;

Furthermore, substances can be classified as non-hazardous to water (nwg) or are deemed hazardous to water in general (awg).

 

WGK: 3 (stark wassergefährdend)

German Water Hazard Class (WGK) sometimes is also called German Water Endangerment Class (WGK). This is often included in the section 15 of SDSs. German's Federal Water Act requires that facilities handling substances that are hazardous to waters must be built and operated in a way that water bodies are protected from pollutions. To this end, the Water Hazard Class (WGK) of a substance or mixture has to be determined, communicated and documented. Classification is carried out on the basis of the Ordinance on facilities for handling substances that are hazardous to water (Verordnung über Anlagen zum Umgang mit wassergefährdenden Stoffen (AwSV)) of 18 April 2017.

There are three water hazard classes (WGK). 

  1. low hazard to waters;
  2. hazard to waters;
  3. severe hazard to waters;

Furthermore, substances can be classified as non-hazardous to water (nwg) or are deemed hazardous to water in general (awg).

 

WGK: AWG (allgemein wassergefährdend)

German Water Hazard Class (WGK) sometimes is also called German Water Endangerment Class (WGK). This is often included in the section 15 of SDSs. German's Federal Water Act requires that facilities handling substances that are hazardous to waters must be built and operated in a way that water bodies are protected from pollutions. To this end, the Water Hazard Class (WGK) of a substance or mixture has to be determined, communicated and documented. Classification is carried out on the basis of the Ordinance on facilities for handling substances that are hazardous to water (Verordnung über Anlagen zum Umgang mit wassergefährdenden Stoffen (AwSV)) of 18 April 2017.

There are three water hazard classes (WGK). 

  1. low hazard to waters;
  2. hazard to waters;
  3. severe hazard to waters;

Furthermore, substances can be classified as non-hazardous to water (nwg) or are deemed hazardous to water in general (awg).

 

WGK: NWG (nicht wassergefährdend)

German Water Hazard Class (WGK) sometimes is also called German Water Endangerment Class (WGK). This is often included in the section 15 of SDSs. German's Federal Water Act requires that facilities handling substances that are hazardous to waters must be built and operated in a way that water bodies are protected from pollutions. To this end, the Water Hazard Class (WGK) of a substance or mixture has to be determined, communicated and documented. Classification is carried out on the basis of the Ordinance on facilities for handling substances that are hazardous to water (Verordnung über Anlagen zum Umgang mit wassergefährdenden Stoffen (AwSV)) of 18 April 2017.

There are three water hazard classes (WGK). 

  1. low hazard to waters;
  2. hazard to waters;
  3. severe hazard to waters;

Furthermore, substances can be classified as non-hazardous to water (nwg) or are deemed hazardous to water in general (awg).

 

TRGS 900

List with products, which do have a clearly assigned occupational exposure limit value or whose substances do have a clearly assigned occupational exposure limit value according to TRGS 900 as identified per CAS Number. The restriction list is collected from Bundesanstalt für Arbeitsschutz und Arbeitsmedizin and the regulation TRGS 900 Arbeitsplatzgrenzwerte. 

 

TRGS 905

List with products, which are clearly identified as carcinogenic, mutagenic or reproductively toxic according to TRGS 905 as defined per CAS-No. of the product itself or its substances. The listed products or substances of the TRGS 905 are not regulated by other analogous regulations yet.

 

TRGS 907

List with products, which are assumed to have a respiratory and skin sensitizing effect by the soundest of scientific knowledge according to TRGS 907 as identified per CAS-No. of the product itself or its substances. The listed products or substances of the TRGS 907 are not to be classified as sensitizing and not to be labelled with H317 and/or H334.

 

Potentielle Explosionsgefahr

List with products, which may pose a risk of explosion under certain circumstances. This list shows all products labelled with one or more of the following hazard statements: H200, H201, H202, H203, H204, H205, H229, H230, H231, H240, H241, H280, EUH001, EUH018, EUH019, EUH044, R1, R2, R3, R4, R5, R6, R9, R16, R18, R19, R44.

 

 

 

 

 

Denmark

Danish customers have EU package and country package: 

 

Giftige stoffer

The list contains substances that are defined as toxic and therefore must fulfill specific requirements for storage, sales etc. Toxic substances are determined by the following hazard statements: H300, H310, H330, H301, H311, H331, H370, H350, H360, H340. Restriction list matches substances with these classifications in your chemical products.

 

Grænseværdier for stoffer og materialer

Restriction list of chemical products that contain one or more substances with exposure limits. The Danish occupational exposure limit values cover all work with the specific substances on the list, including production, application and handling etc. The restriction list is matched against substances (CAS numbers) in your chemical products.

 

Kemiske påvirkninger for gravide og ammende

Guidance on chemicals which should be avoided for pregnant or breastfeeding workers. The employer must ensure that pregnant and breastfeeding workers are not exposed to hazardous chemicals that may harm the fetus or newborn child. The list is based on hazard statements recommended by the Danish occupational health and safety agency, but chemicals that should be avoided are not limited to this list. Restriction list matches substances with certain classifications in your chemical products.

 

Kræftfremkaldende stoffer

Danish restriction list of chemical products that contain one or more substances that are defined as carcinogenic. Substances on the list are subject to limitations at the workplace. The restriction list is matched against substances (CAS-numbers) in your chemical products.

 

Uønskede stoffer

Danish restriction list of chemical products that contain one or more substances present on the list of unwanted substances (LOUS). The list was latest updated in 2009 and can be used by companies to ensure focus and potential phasing out the problematic substances. The restriction list is matched against substances (CAS and EC numbers) in your chemical products.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Austria

Austrian customers have EU package and country package:

 

Austrian ChemverbotsV

Verordnung des Bundesministers für Land- und Forstwirtschaft, Umwelt und Wasserwirtschaft über weitere Verbote und Beschränkungen bestimmter gefährlicher Stoffe, Zubereitungen und Fertigwaren.

Source link: https://www.ris.bka.gv.at/GeltendeFassung.wxe?Abfrage=Bundesnormen&Gesetzesnummer=20002993

 

Grenzwertliste Austria / Austrian Occupational Exposure Limits

Occupational Exposure Limits for Austria.

Source link: https://www.ris.bka.gv.at/GeltendeFassung.wxe?Abfrage=Bundesnormen&Gesetzesnummer=20001418

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Finland

Finnish customers have EU package and country specific restriction list:

HTP-arvot

The list contains substances which have occupational exposure limits according to official Finnish HTP values. The restriction list is made by collecting substances (CAS numbers) directly from „HTP-arvot 2020 Haitallisiksi tunnetut pitoisuudet“. Document is available at the Finnish Ministry of Social Affairs and Health website.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

France

French customers have EU package and country specific restriction list:

Valeurs limites d'exposition professionnelle aux agents chimiques en France

Restriction list of chemical products that contains one or more substances with exposure limits. The restriction list is matched against substances (CAS numbers) in your chemical products. The restriction list is collected from the homepage of the French National Research and Safety Institute for the prevention of occupational accidents and diseases (INRS). The restriction list is based on substances and should therefore be matched to these. The list matches against “clean” substances and chemical mixtures where the substance(s) are included.

 

 

 

 

 

Norway

Norwegian customers have EU package and country package:

 

Biocidaktive stoffer godkjent i enkelte produkttyp

Includes substances that have been fully evaluated and approved for the specified product types. Some active substances in biocides may be approved for use in certain product types and under evaluation in other product types. Restriction list matches to the substances (CAS and EC numbers) in your chemical products. Restriction list is taken from Miljodirektoratat.no

 

Biocidaktive stoffer under vurdering

Includes substances that are being evaluated in the specified product types. Some active substances in biocides may be approved for use in certain product types and under evaluation in other product types. Restriction list matches to the substances (CAS and EC numbers) in your chemical products. Restriction list is taken from Miljodirektoratat.no

 

Varsling ved eksport av visse farlige kjemikalier

Includes substances that are affected by the regulations on exports and imports of certain hazardous chemicals. Restriction list matches to the substances (CAS and EC numbers) in your chemical products. Restriction list is taken from Miljodirektoratat.no

 

Normverdier for forureina grunn

Includes substances that have established standard values and which may pose a threat to health and the environment. The default value is a limit for a substance that indicates whether the soil may have a contamination hazard or not. Concentrations below the normal value do not pose a risk to health or the environment, while concentrations above the normal value may pose a health or environmental hazard. Restriction list matches to the substances (CAS and EC numbers) in your chemical products. Restriction list is taken from Miljodirektoratat.no

 

Den norske prioritetslista

Includes priority environmental pollutants that have a national objective of stopped or significantly reduced emissions by 2020. The priority list covers about 30 substances and substance groups. Restriction list matches to the substances (CAS and EC numbers) in your chemical products. Restriction list is taken from Miljodirektoratat.no

 

Produktforskriften

Produktforeskriften is a collective regulation that applies several regulations that mainly concern limitations of substances. Restriction list matches to the substances (CAS and EC numbers) in your chemical products. Restriction list is taken from Miljodirektoratat.no

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Serbia


Exposure limits Serbia

The list contains substances which have occupational exposure limits according to official national rule book: ”PRAVILNIK O PREVENTIVNIM MERAMA ZA BEZBEDAN I ZDRAV RAD PRI IZLAGANJU HEMIJSKIM MATERIJAMA”. The restriction list matches against CAS numbers.

 

SKIZ and Candidate list Serbia

SVHC substances; substances classified as: carcinogenic categories 1A and 1B, mutagenic categories 1A and 1B, reproductive toxicity categories 1A and 1B, substances identified as persistent, bioaccumulative and toxic (PBT) and very persistent , highly bioaccumulative (vPvB) as well as substances considered to be  endocrine disruptors and it's scientific found to cause significant consequences for human health and the environment. The restriction list is collected directly from web site of the Ministry of Environmental Protection Republic of Serbia.

https://www.ekologija.gov.rs/dokumenti/ 

 

 

 

 

 

 

UK

UK customers have EU package and country package:

 

EH40/2005 Workplace Exposure limits

Restriction list of chemical products that contain one or more substances with exposure limits. The restriction list is matched against substances in your chemical products. The regulation EH40/2005 was last updated in 2011. Criteria collected are CAS numbers.

 

UK REACH List of restrictions

Restriction is a measure for protecting human health and/or the environment from risks posed by chemicals on their own, in mixtures or in articles. UK REACH (as in EU REACH) restrictions limit, ban or set conditions on the manufacture, placing on the market or use of a substance or group of substances. The restriction list is matched against substances in your chemical portfolio. Criteria collected are CAS numbers and EC numbers.

 

UK REACH Authorisation List

In UK REACH (as in EU REACH) the authorisation process aims to ensure that substances of very high concern (SVHCs) are progressively replaced by less dangerous substances or technologies where feasible alternatives exist. The restriction list is matched against substances in your chemical portfolio. Criteria collected are CAS numbers and EC numbers.

 

UK REACH Candidate List

The UK REACH Candidate List is a list of substances of very high concern (SVHCs) that may be recommended for inclusion on the Authorisation List (Annex 14) of UK REACH. The restriction list is matched against substances in your chemical portfolio. Criteria collected are CAS numbers and EC numbers.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Optional lists

 

Article 95 Biocidal Products regulation EU (available for EU market)

In EU, the Biocidal Products Regulation (BPR) refers to Regulation (EU) 528/2012) concerning the placing on the market and use of biocidal products (disinfectants, preservatives, pest control and other biocidal products). The regulation not only impacts manufacturers and importers of biocidal products, but also affects article producers who use biocidal products to treat their products.

Criteria that generates a match in iChemistry for restriction list Article 95 Biocidal Products regulation EU is CAS and EC numbers, which are collected from ECHA:s webpage.

For more information: https://echa.europa.eu/sv/information-on-chemicals/biocidal-active-substances 

 

California Prop 65 (available for US market)

Proposition 65, officially known as the Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986. The list is matched against CAS no for substances in your chemical products. Proposition 65 list is collected from official OEHHA web page.

 

CMR product (Intersolia criteria)

CMR List includes products classified as carcinogenic, mutagenic and toxic to reproduction. For products on the list might apply requirements pertaining to investigation, documentation and in some cases records of exposed employees. The list runs on criteria and is based on the following hazard statements and risk phrases: H340, H350, H350i, H360, H360D, H360Df, H360F, H360FD, H360Fd, R45, R46, R49, R60 and / or R61. The restriction list matches directly against the classification of your chemical products.

 

Drug Precursor list (available for EU market)

REGULATION (EC) No 273/2004 contains chemical substances that are monitored for illicit use. The restriction list is matched against CAS no for substances in your chemical products. The production and trade of precursor chemicals requires licenses and monitoring. Main goal of directive is to prevent illicit use of drug precursors. Drug precursor list is collected from REGULATION (EC) No 273/2004 most recent version.

 

GADSL: Declarable (free option)

Relevant only for subcontractors to the automotive industry. If one or more substances (CAS and EC numbers) match against GADSL Declarable and if the substances exceed the defined limited values specified with GADSL, you must declare that these substances are used.

GADSL Declarable is divided into three categories. These categories indicate why the substances match against the restriction list:
LR – Legally Regulate
FA – For assessment
FI – For information
Check what category the substance match against, see information on GADSL homepage:
www.gadsl.org

 

GADSL: Prohibited (free option)

Relevant only for subcontractors to the automotive industry. P = Prohibited. A substance designated “P” is prohibited for all automotive uses in at least one region / market, or may not exceed a regulated threshold limit for all automotive uses in at least one region / market. The restriction list is matched against substances (CAS and EC numbers) in your chemical products.

 

PBT / vPvB (available for EU market)

PBT / vPvB list contains of substances that have been registered as PBT / vPvB. The restriction list is retrieved directly from the ECHA website.

The restriction list is based on substances and should therefore be matched to these. The list matches against “clean” substances and chemical mixtures where the substance (s) are included. 

 

Seveso

Establishments that storage and handle dangerous chemicals may be affected by the legal act on preventing and limiting consequences of major chemical accidents. Seveso III regulation applies to products classified with specific R-phrases and Hazard statements (Part 1 of the directive) and also for some substances (Part 2 of the directive). Restriction list in iChemistry is only based on R-phrases and Hazard statements given in section 2 of safety data sheet for your chemical products. The restriction list is based on criteria from Seveso III regulation and are collected directly from the regulation.

 

SLL-Health Care & Laboratory Prohibited & Phase out (available for SE market)

SLL: Stockholm Läns Landsting. There are two lists (Prohibition and Phase out) “Health care and Laboratory” and two lists (Prohibition and Phase out) for “MD”: Vehicles, Vessels, Service & Medical device equipment. This list is for “Health care and Laboratory”.

SLL- Prohibited: Chemical substance that is forbidden to use within the county council. The prohibition substances consist of substances that have already been phased out of the county council's activities. A substance is counted as part of a product if it is present at a content ≥ 0.1% (% by volume).

SLL - Phase out: is to define which chemicals present in chemical mixtures, cosmetic or Medical devices that are relevant to phase out and should be a tool in purchase and procurement of suppliers ans services.

Rule: SLL-Prohibited and Phase Out =  Products should be matchced against H-phrases on substance level or Cas.Nr.
 

 

SLL-VVS & MD Prohibited & Phase out (available for SE market)

SLL: Stockholm Läns Landsting. There are two lists (Prohibition and Phase out) “Health care and Laboratory” and two lists (Prohibition and Phase out) for “MD”: Vehicles, Vessels, Service & Medical device equipment. This list is for “MD”.

SLL- Prohibited: Chemical substance that is forbidden to use within the county council. The prohibition substances consist of substances that have already been phased out of the county council's activities. A substance is counted as part of a product if it is present at a content ≥ 0.1% (% by volume).

SLL - Phase out: is to define which chemicals present in chemical mixtures, cosmetic or Medical devices that are relevant to phase out and should be a tool in purchase and procurement of suppliers ans services.

Rule: SLL-Prohibited and Phase Out =  Products should be matchced against H-phrases on substance level or Cas.Nr.


Utbildningskrav X4 (available for SE market)

Swedish legislation on special requirements for allergenic products AFS 2011:19, 37a-g§. There are four lists that are sold in one package, and they are described below: 

 

Swedish legislation on special requirements for allergenic products AFS 2011:19, 37a-g§. There are four lists that are sold in one package:

  1. Training requirements e §
  2. Medical check-ups f §
  3. Aptitude report g §
  4. Training Requirements & Aptitude report  e + g § (Cyanoacrylates)

 

Training requirements e §

 

Rule for matching:

 

The product is classified with H317 or H334

 

AND

 

The product contains one of the following substances.

 

  • diisocyanates
  • epoxy plastic components
  • organic acid anhydrides
  • formaldehyde resins
  • methacrylates marked H317 or H334
  • acrylates marked with H317 or H334

 

NOTE! If the risk assessment shows that the exposure to allergenic substances is negligible and that protective measures are not needed, the requirements do not apply.

 

 

 

Medical check-ups f §

 

Rule for matching:

 

The product is classified with H317 or H334

 

AND

 

The product contains any of the following substances (including substance classification).

 

  • epoxy plastic components marked with H317 or H334
  • formaldehyde resins marked with H317 or H334
  • methacrylates marked H317 or H334
  • acrylates marked with H317 or H334

 

 

NOTE! If the risk assessment shows that the exposure to allergenic substances is negligible and that protective measures are not needed, the requirements do not apply.

 

 

Aptitude report g §

 

Rule for matching:

 

The product is classified with H334

 

AND

 

The product contains any of the following substances (including substance classification).

 

  • diisocyanates marked with H334
  • organic acid hydrides marked with H334

 

NOTE! If the risk assessment shows that the exposure to allergenic substances is negligible and that protective measures are not needed, the requirements do not apply.

 

 

 

 

Training Requirements & Aptitude report  e + g § (Cyanoacrylates)

 

The use of cyanoacrylates requires training and a certificate of service, regardless of product classification

Rule for matching:

 

Products that contain CAS or EC no. for the substance groups: ethyl 2-cyanoacrylate or methyl 2-cyanoacrylate.

 

 

NOTE! These special requirements only apply if the work lasts a total of more than 30 minutes per week for these products.


 

Volvo Black & Grey list

Volvo Black list: Chemical substances which must not be present in processes or products within the Volvo Group.

Volvo Grey list: Chemical substances which should not be present in processes or products within the Volvo Group.

 

 

DRAFT: TSCA

 

Those were the restriction lists we have currently to offer in iChemistry. But remember, there is always the possibility to create customer specific restriction lists if you have specific criteria you would like to keep track of!

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