Notified classification and labelling according to CLP criteria
General Section
EC / List no.

EC: European Community number/ List no.: List number assigned by ECHA.

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Name CAS Number The CAS number associated with this substance in the EC Inventory and/or REACH-IT is reported here. In some cases, e.g. for differently hydrated forms of the same substance, alternative CAS numbers have been notified. In those cases, the additional CAS numbers are published in the column “additional notified information” below. Additional Notified Information State/form: The notified state/form of the substance for all notifications classifying in this manner is reported under this link. Additional CAS number(s): Occasionally, a notification contains a different CAS number than the one reported under the general information section above. In those cases, all different notified CAS numbers associated with the aggregated classification are reported under this link. IUPAC name(s): Publicly available IUPAC names from all notifications classifying in this manner are reported under this link.
200-838-9 dichloromethane; methylene chloride 75-09-2 State/Form

Classification Labelling Specific Concentration limits, M-Factors Notes Classification affected by Impurities / Additives This check appears when a notifier has indicated that an impurity or an additive present in the substance impacts the notified classification. ECHA cannot reveal the identity of the impurity/additive or determine the exact impact it has on the classification.
Hazard Class and Category Code(s) Hazard Statement Code(s) Hazard Statement Code(s) Supplementary Hazard Statement Code(s)
Ozone 1 EUH059 EUH001
EUH018
M=100
Note A
Note B
Note K
Note F
Note E
Note G
Note H
Note D
Note C
Note J
 
Expl. 1.1 H200
H202
Flam. Gas 1 H220
Aerosol 1 H222,H229
Flam. Liq. 1 H224
Flam. Sol. 1 H228
Org. Perox. A H240
Self-react. A H241
Pyr. Sol. 1 H250
Pyr. Liq. 1 H250
Self-heat. 1 H251
Water-react. 1 H260
Ox. Gas 1 H270
Ox. Sol. 1 H271
Ox. Liq. 1 H271
Press. Gas (Comp.) H280
Met. Corr. 1 H290
Acute Tox. 1 H300
Asp. Tox. 1 H304
Acute Tox. 1 H310
Skin Corr. 1A H314
Skin Sens. 1 H317
Eye Dam. 1 H318
Acute Tox. 1 H330
Resp. Sens. 1 H334
Muta. 1A H340 (Oral)
Carc. 2 H351 (Oral) H351 (more)
Repr. 1A H360 (Oral) (test)
Lact. H362
STOT SE 1 H370 (test) (Oral)
STOT RE 1 H372 (test) (Oral)
H400
Aquatic Chronic 1

Signal Words Pictograms
Warning
GHS01
Exploding bomb
GHS08
Health hazard
Detailed Information on classification and labelling

Classification

 
Physical and Chemical hazards
  Hazard Category Hazard Statement Reason for no Classification If the reason for no classification differs between notifications with the same classification, the different reasons are listed here.
Explosives Expl. 1.1 H200  
Flammable Gases and Chemically Unstable Gases Flam. Gas 1 H220  
Flammable Aerosols Aerosol 1 H222,H229  
Oxidising Gases Ox. Gas 1 H270  
Gases Under Pressure Press. Gas (Comp.) H280  
Flammable Liquids Flam. Liq. 1 H224  
Flammable Solids Flam. Sol. 1 H228  
Self-reactive Substances and Mixtures Self-react. A H241  
Pyrophoric Liquids Pyr. Liq. 1 H250  
Pyrophoric Solids Pyr. Sol. 1 H250  
Self-heating Substances and Mixtures Self-heat. 1 H251  
Substances and Mixtures which in contact with water emit flammable gases Water-react. 1 H260  
Oxidising Liquids Ox. Liq. 1 H271  
Oxidising Solids Ox. Sol. 1 H271  
Organic Peroxides Org. Perox. A H240  
Substances and Mixtures corrosive to Metals Met. Corr. 1 H290  
Desensitized Explosives     Data lacking
 
Human Health hazards
  Hazard Category Hazard Statement Reason for no Classification If the reason for no classification differs between notifications with the same classification, the different reasons are listed here.
Acute Toxicity - Oral Acute Tox. 1 H300  
Acute Toxicity - Dermal Acute Tox. 1 H310  
Acute Toxicity - Inhalation Acute Tox. 1 H330  
Skin Corrosion / Irritation Skin Corr. 1A H314  
Serious Eye Damage / Eye Irritation Eye Dam. 1 H318  
Respiratory Sensitisation Resp. Sens. 1 H334  
Skin Sensitisation Skin Sens. 1 H317  
Aspiration Hazard Asp. Tox. 1 H304  
Germ Cell Mutagenicity Hazard Category Hazard Statement Reason for no Classification If the reason for no classification differs between notifications with the same classification, the different reasons are listed here.
Germ Cell Mutagenicity Muta. 1A H340  
     Route of exposure Oral
Carcinogenicity Hazard Category Hazard Statement Reason for no Classification If the reason for no classification differs between notifications with the same classification, the different reasons are listed here.
Carcinogenicity Carc. 2 H351  
     Route of exposure Oral
Reproductive Toxicity Hazard Category Hazard Statement Reason for no Classification If the reason for no classification differs between notifications with the same classification, the different reasons are listed here.
Reproductive Toxicity Repr. 1A H360  
     Specific Effect test
     Route of exposure Oral
Effects on or via Lactation Lact. H362  
Specific target organ toxicity - Single Hazard Category Hazard Statement Reason for no Classification If the reason for no classification differs between notifications with the same classification, the different reasons are listed here.
Specific target organ toxicity - Single STOT SE 1 H370  
     Affected Organs test
     Route of exposure Oral
Specific target organ toxicity - Repeated Hazard Category Hazard Statement Reason for no Classification If the reason for no classification differs between notifications with the same classification, the different reasons are listed here.
Specific target organ toxicity - Repeated STOT RE 1 H372  
     Affected Organs test
     Route of exposure Oral
 
Environmental Hazards
Hazardous to the aquatic environment Hazard Category Hazard Statement Reason for no Classification If the reason for no classification differs between notifications with the same classification, the different reasons are listed here.
Hazardous to the aquatic environment - acute   H400  
Hazardous to the aquatic environment - chronic Aquatic Chronic 1    
Hazardous to the atmospheric environment Hazard Category Hazard Statement Reason for no Classification If the reason for no classification differs between notifications with the same classification, the different reasons are listed here.
Hazardous to the ozone layer Ozone 1 EUH059  

Additional Hazard Classes Additional Hazard Statements
Aquatic Chronic 1 H400: Very toxic to aquatic life.

Labelling

Hazard Statement Code(s) Phrase Additional Text
H202 Explosive; severe projection hazard.  
H351 Suspected of causing cancer . more

Note Title Note Text
Note A Without prejudice to Article 17(2), the name of the substance must appear on the label in the form of one of the designations given in Part 3. , In Part 3, use is sometimes made of a general description such as "... compounds" or "... salts". In this case, the supplier is required to state on the label the correct name, due account being taken of section 1.1.1.4.
Note B Some substances (acids, bases, etc.) are placed on the market in aqueous solutions at various concentrations and, therefore, these solutions require different classification and labelling since the hazards vary at different concentrations. , In Part 3 entries with Note B have a general designation of the following type: "nitric acid … %". , In this case the supplier must state the percentage concentration of the solution on the label. Unless otherwise stated, it is assumed that the percentage concentration is calculated on a weight/weight basis.
Note K The classification as a carcinogen or mutagen need not apply if it can be shown that the substance contains less than 0,1 % w/w 1,3- butadiene (EINECS No 203-450-8). If the substance is not classified as a carcinogen or mutagen, at least the precautionary statements (P102-)P210-P403 should apply. This note applies only to certain complex oil-derived substances in Part 3.
Note F This substance may contain a stabiliser. If the stabiliser changes the hazardous properties of the substance, as indicated by the classification in Part 3, classification and labelling should be provided in accordance with the rules for classification and labelling of hazardous mixtures.
Note E Substances with specific effects on human health (see Chapter 4 of Annex VI to Directive 67/548/EEC) that are classified as carcinogenic, mutagenic and/or toxic for reproduction in categories 1 or 2 are ascribed Note E if they are also classified as very toxic (T+), toxic (T) or harmful (Xn). For these substances, the risk phrases R20, R21, R22, R23, R24, R25, R26, R27, R28, R39, R68 (harmful), R48 and R65 and all combinations of these risk phrases shall be preceded by the word "Also".
Note G This substance may be marketed in an explosive form in which case it must be evaluated using the appropriate test methods. The classification and labelling provided shall reflect the explosive properties.
Note H The classification and labelling shown for this substance applies to the hazardous property(ies) indicated by the hazard statement(s) in combination with the hazard class(es) and category(ies) shown. The requirements of Article 4 for manufacturers, importers or downstream users of this substance apply to all other hazard classes and categories. For hazard classes where the route of exposure or the nature of the effects leads to a differentiation of the classification of the hazard class, the manufacturer, importer or downstream user is required to consider the routes of exposure or the nature of the effects not already considered. , The final label shall follow the requirements of Article 17 and of section 1.2 of Annex I. , The classification and label shown for this substance applies to the dangerous property(ies) indicated by the risk phrase(s) in combination with the category(ies) of danger shown. Manufacturers, importers and downstream users of this substance shall be obliged to carry out an investigation to make themselves aware of the relevant and accessible data which exists for all other properties to classify and label the substance. The final label shall follow the requirements of section 7 of Annex VI to Directive 67/548/EEC.
Note D Certain substances which are susceptible to spontaneous polymerisation or decomposition are generally placed on the market in a stabilised form. It is in this form that they are listed in Part 3. , However, such substances are sometimes placed on the market in a non-stabilised form. In this case, the supplier must state on the label the name of the substance followed by the words "non-stabilised".
Note C Some organic substances may be marketed either in a specific isomeric form or as a mixture of several isomers. , In this case the supplier must state on the label whether the substance is a specific isomer or a mixture of isomers.
Note J The classification as a carcinogen or mutagen need not apply if it can be shown that the substance contains less than 0,1 % w/w benzene (EINECS No 200-753-7). This note applies only to certain complex coal- and oil-derived substances in Part 3.