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Globally Harmonized System Pictogram Reference Table   The following summarizes new label elements per the GHS classification guidelines. Each summary describes the previous label element compared to the new, and may include examples of the new elements. Pictogram The pictogram, previously known as a “symbol”, has a black symbol on a white background with red border and is in shape of a square set at a point or a diamond. Some of the lower hazard categories may not have an assigned pictogram. For health hazard precedence may apply for example “Exclamation mark” pictogram may not appear for skin or eye irritation if the “Corrosive” pictogram applies. GHS has a total of nine pictograms. Signal words Signal word is a new implementation of GHS and indicates the level of hazard severity. The signal words “Danger” or “Warning” are assigned to a specific hazard class. In case of multiple hazard classes for one product, the word “Danger” takes precedence over “Warning”. Some of the lower hazard categories may not be assigned a signal word. Hazard statements The hazard (H) statement, previously known as a “Risk Phrase”, is assigned to each hazard class and category. The GHS consists of 3 hazard groups: physical, health, and environmental. Each group has multiple hazard classes, further containing categories and sub categories. The H statement has a unique code consisting of the letter “H”, a number for the hazard group followed by two sequential numbers. The assigned hazard group numbers are: 2 – Physical hazard 3 – Health hazard 4 – Environmental hazard The examples of H statement codes are: 2 – Physical hazard - H226 “Flammable liquid and vapor” 3 – Health hazard - H303 “May be harmful if swallowed” 4 – Environmental hazard - H401 ”Toxic to aquatic life” For your reference, the table within the following pages outlines the various combinations of Hazard Class, Pictograms, Signal Words, Hazard Statement Codes, and Description of Hazard Statements in relation to each hazard group. Further information can be found by following the reference web link at the bottom of each page. Reference ‐ http://www.unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/trans/danger/publi/ghs/ghs_rev05/English/05e_annex1.pdf  Globally Harmonized System Pictogram Reference Table   GHS Health Hazards Hazard Hazard Class and Signal Pictogram Statement Description of Hazard Statement Categories Word Code Acute Toxicity Oral H300 Fatal if swallowed Category 1 Acute Toxicity Dermal H310 Fatal in contact with skin Category 1 Acute Toxicity Inhalation H330 Fatal if inhaled Category 1 Acute Toxicity Oral H300 Fatal if swallowed Category 2 Acute Toxicity Dermal Danger H310 Fatal in contact with skin Category 2 Acute Toxicity Inhalation H330 Fatal if inhaled Category 2 Acute Toxicity Oral H301 Toxic if swallowed Category 3 Acute Toxicity Dermal H311 Toxic in contact with skin Category 3 Acute Toxicity Inhalation H331 Toxic if inhaled Category 3 Acute Toxicity Oral H302 Harmful if swallowed Category 4 Acute Toxicity Dermal Warning H312 Harmful in contact with skin Category 4 Acute Toxicity Inhalation H332 Harmful if inhaled Category 4 Acute Toxicity Oral H303 May be harmful if swallowed Category 5 Acute Toxicity Dermal None Warning H313 May be harmful In contact with skin Category 5 Acute Toxicity Inhalation H333 May be harmful if inhaled Category 5 Skin Corrosion /Irritation Causes severe skin burns and eye Danger H314 Category 1 damage Skin Corrosion /Irritation Warning H31

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