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Japan MHLW Adds 187 Existing Chemical Substances under ISHL
Mar 30, 2021
On March 26, 2021, the Japanese Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare (MHLW) published on the official gazette 187 chemical substances as existing chemical substances under the Industrial Safety and Health Law (ISHL).
Japan MHLW Announces 32 Strong Mutagenic Chemical Substances
Feb 01, 2021
In December 2020, the Japanese Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare released two public notices, announcing a total of 32 substances which are deemed to be strong mutagenic chemicals.
Japan MHLW Releases Revision to List of Poisonous and Deleterious Substances
Jul 03, 2019
On June 19, the Japanese Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare (MHLW) released an amendment to the Cabinet Order on the Designation of Poisonous and Deleterious Substances,  adding eight substances into the Deleterious Substances List and removing three from it.
Japan ISHL: 198 Existing Chemical Substances Added
Apr 15, 2019
Japan MHLW added 198 substances to the ISHL inventory as existing substances. New chemical substances shall be notified under ISHL and CSCL respectively.
Japan ISHL: 10 More Substances to Require Labeling & SDS
May 19, 2017
Japanese MHLW will require labelling and SDS for 10 ten more substances.
Japan ISHL: 214 Existing Chemical Substances Added
Apr 11, 2017
214 chemicals are added into the list of existing chemicals under Japan ISHL.
Japan MHLW Plans to Add 7 Substances to ISHL List
Oct 20, 2016
7 substances are added to ISHL list
Japan MHLW Issues Warning on Increased Bladder Cancer Risk Associated with MOCA
Sep 29, 2016
Japan ISHL: 228 Existing Chemical Substances Added
Sep 29, 2016
Japan Newly Designates 27 Substances Requiring SDS and Labeling under ISHL
Jul 11, 2016
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