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Understanding India’s Final Draft of Chemicals Management and Safety Rules

All chemicals need to be notified to the authority with classification provided based on UN GHS Rev.8. Thirty-seven substances are listed in Schedule VI, which need to register if in quantities above 1 tonne per year. A Chemical Safety Assessment Report is required for those in quantities above 10 tonnes per year. Seven hundred fifty priority substances have been listed in Schedule II, which will be subject to authorization and restriction after further assessment. Timelines for notification and registration are provided.

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Nadine He
ChemLinked Regulatory Analyst
Focusing on the research of chemical management regulations in Asia Pacific countries, bringing global chemical industry up-to-the-minute regulatory news.
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