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In this feature Caroline Raine summarises the proposed EU draft Toys Regulation, focusing on the rules for toys containing hazardous substances. Caroline also covers some other key changes relating to the digital passport and labelling requirements.
In this feature, Caroline Raine outlines the changes expected to the Regulation on the classification, labelling and packaging of substances and mixtures (CLP) through the 22nd Adaptation to Technical Progress (ATPs), note that it is currently being discussed and is not yet even in a draft stage.
While a great deal of attention is paid by suppliers to selecting the correct pictograms, signal words and hazard (H) statements to go on a label — and rightly so — the selection of precautionary (P) statements is often more of an afterthought. However, there are a number of factors to consider when selecting and completing P statements, and these are considered in this article.