Home

Results 41 - 50 of 3,118 for irritable. Search took 5.677 seconds.  
Sort by date/Sort by relevance
La présente cinquième édition révisée inclut notamment une nouvelle méthode d'épreuve pour les matières solides comburantes; divers amendements pour clarifier d'avantage les critères de classification pour les classes de danger de corrosion/irritation cutanée, lésions oculaires graves/irritation oculaire et aérosols; des tableaux récapitulatifs pour la classification et l'étiquetage révisés et simplifiés; de nouveaux codes pour les pictogrammes, et des conseils de prudence révisés et rationalisés d'avantage.
Language:English
Score: 1112269.5 - https://shop.un.org/ru/node/43645
Data Source: un
La présente cinquième édition révisée inclut notamment une nouvelle méthode d'épreuve pour les matières solides comburantes; divers amendements pour clarifier d'avantage les critères de classification pour les classes de danger de corrosion/irritation cutanée, lésions oculaires graves/irritation oculaire et aérosols; des tableaux récapitulatifs pour la classification et l'étiquetage révisés et simplifiés; de nouveaux codes pour les pictogrammes, et des conseils de prudence révisés et rationalisés d'avantage.
Language:English
Score: 1112269.5 - https://shop.un.org/ar/node/43645
Data Source: un
La présente cinquième édition révisée inclut notamment une nouvelle méthode d'épreuve pour les matières solides comburantes; divers amendements pour clarifier d'avantage les critères de classification pour les classes de danger de corrosion/irritation cutanée, lésions oculaires graves/irritation oculaire et aérosols; des tableaux récapitulatifs pour la classification et l'étiquetage révisés et simplifiés; de nouveaux codes pour les pictogrammes, et des conseils de prudence révisés et rationalisés d'avantage.
Language:English
Score: 1112269.5 - https://shop.un.org/fr/books/s...eme-general-harmon-sgh-5-43645
Data Source: un
It could refer to other types of risks e.g. to allergic reactions. Xi irritant (less than C) The same symbol as above with the word 'irritant'. When more than one danger symbol is used  the obligation to apply symbol T or T+ will make symbols C, Xn and Xi optional  the obligation to apply symbol C will make symbols Xn and Xi optional  the obligation to apply symbol E will make symbols F and O optional  If a preparation is classified both harmful Xn and irritant Xi, it will be labelled harmful Xn, and the irritant properties should be pointed out with appropriate R-phrases. (...) R 20/21 Harmful by inhalation and in contact with skin. R 38 Irritating to skin. R 59 Dangerous for the ozone layer.
Language:English
Score: 1110692 - www.ilo.org/legacy/engl...products/safetytm/classify.htm
Data Source: un
Individual body weights were recorded just prior to dosing and on Days 7 and 14; Observations for evidence of dermal irritation were made at approximately 60 minutes after removal of wrappings, and on Days 4, 7, 11 and 14. (...) Non-irritating 6535-01 FAO SPECIFICATIONS AND EVALUATIONS FOR METSULFURON-METHYL Page 29 of 57 Species Test Purity % Guideline, duration, doses and conditions Result Study number Condition: The test sites were observed for erythema and edema formation, and any other dermal defects or irritation at 1, 24, 48 and 72 hours after unwrap. New Zealand White, Albino Rabbit (m, f) Eye irritation 97.58 Guideline: OPPTS 870.2400 Duration: 30 seconds Dose: 0.1 ml by volume (0.029 g) Condition: The grades of ocular reaction were recorded at 1, 24, 48 and 72 hours after treatment.
Language:English
Score: 1102181.25 - https://www.fao.org/3/ca8092en/ca8092en.pdf
Data Source: un
Other risk factors are indoor pollution (biomass fuels used for cooking and heating), outdoor pollution and occupational dusts and chemicals (vapours, irritants and fumes). Symptoms of COPD include cough, sputum production and breathlessness. (...) These include: o indoor allergens (for example house dust mites in bedding, carpets and stuffed furniture, pollution and pet dander) o outdoor allergens (such as pollens and moulds) o tobacco smoke o chemical irritants in the workplace Other triggers can include cold air, extreme emotional arousal such as anger or fear, and physical exercise.
Language:English
Score: 1100873.1 - https://www.who.int/respirator...%20sheet%20Launch%20Brazil.pdf
Data Source: un
Age Reaction 0-3 years Clinging to their caregivers more than normal Regressing to former (younger) behaviours Changes in sleeping and eating patterns Higher irritability Increased hyperactivity More afraid of things More demanding More frequent crying 4-6 years Clinging to adults Regressing to former (younger) behaviours Changes in sleeping and eating patterns Higher irritability Poorer concentration Becoming more Inactive or more hyperactive Stop playing Take on adult roles Stop talking More anxious or worried 7-12 years Becoming withdrawn Frequent concern about others affected Changes in sleeping and eating patterns Increasingly fearful Higher irritability Frequent aggression Restlessness Poor memory and concentration Physical symptoms/ psychosomatic Frequently talks about the event or repetitive play Feels guilty or blames themselves 13-17 years (teens) Intense grief Shows excessive concern for others Feelings of guilt and shame Increasingly defiant of authority Increased risk taking Aggression Self-destructive Feeling hopeless All age groups - physical reactions These may also be signs of physical illness, so please take your child to see a doctor to rule out any physical condition.
Language:English
Score: 1100185.6 - https://www.unicef.org/myanmar...ognize-signs-distress-children
Data Source: un
Age Reaction 0-3 years Clinging to their caregivers more than normal Regressing to former (younger) behaviours Changes in sleeping and eating patterns Higher irritability Increased hyperactivity More afraid of things More demanding More frequent crying 4-6 years Clinging to adults Regressing to former (younger) behaviours Changes in sleeping and eating patterns Higher irritability Poorer concentration Becoming more Inactive or more hyperactive Stop playing Take on adult roles Stop talking More anxious or worried 7-12 years Becoming withdrawn Frequent concern about others affected Changes in sleeping and eating patterns Increasingly fearful Higher irritability Frequent aggression Restlessness Poor memory and concentration Physical symptoms/ psychosomatic Frequently talks about the event or repetitive play Feels guilty or blames themselves 13-17 years (teens) Intense grief Shows excessive concern for others Feelings of guilt and shame Increasingly defiant of authority Increased risk taking Aggression Self-destructive Feeling hopeless All age groups - physical reactions These may also be signs of physical illness, so please take your child to see a doctor to rule out any physical condition.
Language:English
Score: 1100185.6 - https://www.unicef.org/azerbai...ognize-signs-distress-children
Data Source: un
Formal OECD Documents ENV/MC/CHEM/HCL(96)4 Hazardous to the Terrestrial Environment: Update of Current Activities ENV/MC/CHEM/HCL(96)8 Proposal for a Harmonized Classification System for Substances Dangerous to the aquatic Environment ENV/MC/CHEM/HCL(96)9 Background Document to the Proposal for a Harmonized Classification System for Substances Dangerous to the aquatic Environment ENV/MC/CHEM/HCL(96)10 Options for progressing the work on acute toxicity classification towards consensus ENV/MC/CHEM/HCL(96)12 Proposal for Harmonization of Hazard Classification based on eye irritation/corrosion ENV/MC/CHEM/HCL(96)13 Revised Detailed Review Document on the Classification of Chemicals based on their Sensitising Properties ENV/MC/CHEM/HCL(96)15 Revised Step 2 Proposal for a Harmonized Scheme for the Classification of Chemicals which cause Adverse Effects on Reproduction ENV/MC/CHEM/HCL(96)19 Revised draft Step 1 DRD on the Classification of Chemicals on the basis of Systemic Organ Toxicity after repeated exposure ENV/MC/CHEM/HCL(96)20 Draft Step 2 Proposal for a Harmonized system for the Classification of Chemicals which cause Systemic Organ Toxicity after repeated exposure ENV/MC/CHEM/HCL(96)22 Combined Step 1 and Step 2: Proposal for a Harmonized System for the Classification of Chemicals which cause Skin Irritation - Corrosion ENV/MC/CHEM/HCL(96)23 Revised Step 2 Proposal for a Harmonized System for the Classification of Chemicals which cause Eye Irritation - Corrosion ENV/MC/CHEM/HCL(96)24 Step 2: Proposal for a Harmonized System for the Classification of Chemicals which cause Respiratory or Skin Sensitization ENV/MC/CHEM/HCL(96)25 Step 2: Proposal for a Harmonized System for the Classification of Chemicals which cause Adverse Effects on Reproduction ENV/MC/CHEM/HCL(96)26 Step 2: Proposal for a Harmonized System for the Classification of Chemicals which cause Mutations in Germ Cells ENV/MC/CHEM/HCL(96)27 Step 2: Proposal for a Harmonized System for the Classification of Chemicals which cause Cancer 2 ENV/MC/CHEM/HCL(96)28 Step 1 DRD on Classification systems on Germ Cell Mutagenicity OECD countries: Similarities and Differences Environment Monograph No. 88 US EPA/EC Joint Project on the Evaluation of (Quantitative) Structure Activity Relationships Environment Monograph No. 92 Guidance Document for Aquatic Effects Assessment Environment Monograph No. 105 Report of the OECD Workshop on Environmental Hazard - Risk Assessment III.
Language:English
Score: 1100185.6 - https://www.ilo.org/legacy/eng...afework/ghs/ghsdocs/biblio.pdf
Data Source: un
Formal OECD Documents ENV/MC/CHEM/HCL(96)4 Hazardous to the Terrestrial Environment: Update of Current Activities ENV/MC/CHEM/HCL(96)8 Proposal for a Harmonized Classification System for Substances Dangerous to the aquatic Environment ENV/MC/CHEM/HCL(96)9 Background Document to the Proposal for a Harmonized Classification System for Substances Dangerous to the aquatic Environment ENV/MC/CHEM/HCL(96)10 Options for progressing the work on acute toxicity classification towards consensus ENV/MC/CHEM/HCL(96)12 Proposal for Harmonization of Hazard Classification based on eye irritation/corrosion ENV/MC/CHEM/HCL(96)13 Revised Detailed Review Document on the Classification of Chemicals based on their Sensitising Properties ENV/MC/CHEM/HCL(96)15 Revised Step 2 Proposal for a Harmonized Scheme for the Classification of Chemicals which cause Adverse Effects on Reproduction ENV/MC/CHEM/HCL(96)19 Revised draft Step 1 DRD on the Classification of Chemicals on the basis of Systemic Organ Toxicity after repeated exposure ENV/MC/CHEM/HCL(96)20 Draft Step 2 Proposal for a Harmonized system for the Classification of Chemicals which cause Systemic Organ Toxicity after repeated exposure ENV/MC/CHEM/HCL(96)22 Combined Step 1 and Step 2: Proposal for a Harmonized System for the Classification of Chemicals which cause Skin Irritation - Corrosion ENV/MC/CHEM/HCL(96)23 Revised Step 2 Proposal for a Harmonized System for the Classification of Chemicals which cause Eye Irritation - Corrosion ENV/MC/CHEM/HCL(96)24 Step 2: Proposal for a Harmonized System for the Classification of Chemicals which cause Respiratory or Skin Sensitization ENV/MC/CHEM/HCL(96)25 Step 2: Proposal for a Harmonized System for the Classification of Chemicals which cause Adverse Effects on Reproduction ENV/MC/CHEM/HCL(96)26 Step 2: Proposal for a Harmonized System for the Classification of Chemicals which cause Mutations in Germ Cells ENV/MC/CHEM/HCL(96)27 Step 2: Proposal for a Harmonized System for the Classification of Chemicals which cause Cancer ENV/MC/CHEM/HCL(96)28 Step 1 DRD on Classification systems on Germ Cell Mutagenicity OECD countries: Similarities and Differences Environment Monograph No. 88 US EPA/EC Joint Project on the Evaluation of (Quantitative) Structure Activity Relationships Environment Monograph No. 92 Guidance Document for Aquatic Effects Assessment Environment Monograph No. 105 Report of the OECD Workshop on Environmental Hazard - Risk Assessment III.
Language:English
Score: 1100185.6 - https://www.ilo.org/legacy/eng...afework/ghs/ghsdocs/biblio.wpd
Data Source: un