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REVISION OF CLASSIFICATION OF TETRAMETHYLAMMONIUM HYDROXIDE (NETHERLANDS)
No dermal irritation was observed following application for 3 minutes. Application for one hour elicited well-defined dermal irritation. Application for 4 hours resulted in well-defined to severe dermal irritation in all animals, with necrosis in one animal. (...) No dermal irritation was observed following application for 3 minutes.
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Score: 995881 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...ST/SG/AC.10/C.3/2022/24&Lang=E
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CRITERIA FOR THE CORROSIVENESS OF LIQUIDS AND SOLIDS BELONGING TO CLASS 8, PACKING GROUP 3, FOR STEEL AND ALUMINIUM : REMARKS ON THE PROPOSAL FROM THE EXPERT FROM GERMANY IN DOCUMENT ST/SG/AC.10/C.3/2002/6
The reaction of water with many substances is accompanied by the liberation of irritating and corrosive Gases. Such gases usually become visible as fumes in the air.” 1.3 In the RID and ADR for the European land mode transport the above texts are missing, but one can find the following text in No. 2.2.8.1.1 second sentence: “The heading of this Class covers other substances which form a corrosive liquid only in the presence of water, or which produce corrosive vapour or mist in the presence of natural moisture in the air.” 2. (...) has been made”); New and n.o.s. substances are not to be tested for these chemical properties. 2.2 The additional text in the IMDG Code leads to the assumption that solid substances have to be tested for the formation of irritating and corrosive gases. The formation of irritating and corrosive gases is not covered by the criteria in the UN Recommendations. 2.3 In RID/ADR there is the general statement that Class 8 covers all substances that form corrosive liquids or produce corrosive vapours or mist with water or natural moisture in the air. (...) Proposal 3.1 The experts are asked to look for clarification as to whether (a) all solids should be tested for the forming of corrosive liquids with water; (b) only hygroscopic solids should be tested for the forming of corrosive liquids with water; (c) all solids should be tested for the production of corrosive gases / vapours / mist with water (and how); ST/SG/AC.10/C.3/2002/10 page 3 (d) only hygroscopic solids should be tested for the production of corrosive gases / vapours / mist with water (and how); (e) all solids or only hygroscopic solids should be tested for the production of irritating gases / vapours / mist with water (and how). 3.2 It is suggested that an ad hoc working group should elaborate a text for the UN Recommendations on the results of the discussions which would be acceptable for all modes of transport.
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Score: 995272.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...ST/SG/AC.10/C.3/2002/10&Lang=E
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GLOBALLY HARMONIZED SYSTEM OF CLASSIFICATION AND LABELLING OF CHEMICALS (GHS) / SUBMITTED BY THE GHS EDITORIAL GROUP
Danger (2-methyl tetramethylenexxxxx) Causes severe skin burns and serious eye damage Highly flammable liquid and vapour Avoid contact with skin and eyes Keep away from heat and ignition sources First aid: For skin contact, remove contaminated clothing and wash affected area thoroughly with water. If irritation develops, seek medical attention. For eye contact, immediately flush eyes with flowing water for at least 15 minutes and seek medical attention. (...) Telephone (888) 888-8888 ST/SG/AC.10/C.4/2002/16/Add.9 Page 3 A6.1.2 Label for small workplace receptacle (10 litre) packaged inside an outer transport packaging – for workplace audience 2-methyl tetramethylenexxxxx Danger Causes severe skin burns and serious eye damage Highly flammable liquid and vapour Avoid contact with skin and eyes Keep away from heat and ignition sources First aid: For skin contact, remove contaminated clothing and wash affected area thoroughly with water. If irritation develops, seek medical attention. For eye contact, immediately flush eyes with flowing water for at least 15 minutes and seek medical attention. (...) A6.2.1 Label for large receptacle (200 litre drum) for transport, emergency response and workplace audiences ZZZ Red Paint Danger UN 1263 Paint May damage fertility or the unborn child Highly flammable liquid and vapour ** Contains lead pigments and cellosolve acetate Keep away from heat and ignition sources Keep away from food and drink Avoid contact with skin and eyes and inhalation of vapour Wash hands thoroughly after use and before eating First aid: For skin contact, remove contaminated clothing and wash affected area thoroughly with water. If irritation develops, seek medical attention. For eye contact, immediately flush eyes with flowing water for at least 15 minutes and seek medical attention.
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Score: 995272.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...AC.10/C.4/2002/16/ADD.9&Lang=E
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Page Mental health and wellbeing of children and families impacted by COVID 19 In times of difficulty it is normal for children and other family members to have strong reactions such as feeling sad, irritable or confused, having sleeping disorders... UNICEFMK Available in: English Македонски In times of difficulty it is normal for children and other family members to have strong reactions such as feeling sad, irritable or confused, having sleeping disorders, physical reactions and fear of the unknown.
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Score: 993231.1 - https://www.unicef.org/northma...and-families-impacted-covid-19
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Otherwise, they will feel irritated and ignored. –national UN Volunteer with UNFPA Sven Meela, South Africa National Youth UN Volunteer and Social Media Fellow with UNFPA, Sven Meela, explains the challenges of family planning in South Africa: “I think there is a lack of understanding about family planning in South Africa. (...) Otherwise, they will feel irritated and ignored.” –national UN Volunteer with UNFPA Sven Meela, South Africa His colleague and fellow national UN Youth Volunteer Cleopatra Okumu believes that access to and quality of family planning also heavily depends on the economic situation of the individual.
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Score: 993231.1 - https://www.unv.org/node/3774/pdf
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Washing too much can actually damage your skin by over-drying or irritating existing pimples. • If you’ve been exercising, doing a sport, doing active work or if the heat is just so terrible that you are sweating too much, you should wash your face and other acne-prone areas of your body as soon as possible. • If you use skin products, choose products that are non- comedogenic (meaning they don’t clog pores). • Be careful with hair styling products and keep them away from the face. (...) They can rub against the pimples and irritate it more.Never pop, pick or squeeze pimples. (...) • A well balanced nutritious diet and physical activity can keep your body and skin fit and healthy. 7 TAKING CARE OF YOURSELF • You need to eat a good diet to fuel your body while it goes through all the changes of puberty • Drinking plenty of clean water is really important too, especially in a tropical country like ours • You may experience mood changes and irritability. Learning how to relax and manage it is part of growing up • Deep breathing can help us relax and feel better • Daily stretching and exercise helps build strong muscles and bones and it helps us relax too • Proper rest and sleep is essential for you to grow, be healthy and feel good • If you have questions about the changes your body is going through, you could talk to a trusted adult like a parent or a brother, or you could also see a doctor if you are concerned about your health and wellbeing!
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Score: 992464.1 - https://www.unicef.org/maldive...Up%20Well%20-%20For%20Boys.pdf
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• You may experience mood changes and irritability. Learning how to relax and manage it is part of growing up • Deep breathing can help us relax and feel better • Daily stretching of our muscles help our bodies relax and reduces pain and bloating during periods • Proper rest and sleep is essential for you to grow, be healthy and feel good • If cramps are so severe that you are missing school or other activities, you could also see a doctor, who can help you manage your periods better. (...) Washing too much can actually damage your skin by over drying or irritating existing pimples. • If you’ve been exercising, doing a sport, doing active work or if the heat is just so terrible that you are sweating too much, you should wash your face and other acne-prone areas of your body as soon as possible. • If you use skin products, choose products that don’t clog your pores (may be labelled as “non-comedogenic”) • Be careful with hair styling products and keep them away from the face. (...) They can rub against the pimples and irritate it more. • Never pop, pick or squeeze pimples.
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Score: 992081.1 - https://www.unicef.org/maldive...p%20Well%20-%20For%20Girls.pdf
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GLOBALLY HARMONIZED SYSTEM OF CLASSIFICATION AND LABELLING OF CHEMICALS (GHS). ANNEXES 1 AND 2
“Dermal Corrosion”: Dermal Corrosion is the production of irreversible damage to the skin; namely, visible necrosis through the epidermis and into the epidermis, following the application of a test substance for up to 4 hours. “Dermal irritation”: Dermal Irritation is the production of reversible damage to the skin following the application of a test substance for up to 4 hours. (...) For TDG pictogram colours: see table above on acute toxicity-oral. SKIN CORROSION/IRRITATION Category 1A Category 1B Category 1C Category 2 Category 3 Danger Causes severe skin burns and eye damage Danger Causes severe skin burns and eye damage Danger Causes severe skin burns and eye damage Warning Causes skin irritation No symbol Warning Causes mild skin irritation NOT REQUIRED UNDER THE TDG/MR Note: For TDG pcitogram colours see table above on Corrosive to metals. ST/SG/AC.10/C.4/2001/25 page 24 SEVERE EYE DAMAGE/ EYE IRRITATION Category 1 Category 2A Category 2B - - Danger Causes severe eye damage Warning Causes severe eye irritation No symbol Warning Causes eye irritation NOT REQUIRED UNDER THE TDG/MR RESPIRATORY SENSITIZATION * Category 1 - - - - Danger May cause allergy or asthma symptoms or breathing difficulties if inhaled * Note: There has been considerable discussion about what to convey to those exposed about sensitisation effects, and at what point it should be conveyed.
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Score: 990431.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...ST/SG/AC.10/C.4/2001/25&Lang=E
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PROPOSED CHANGES TO ANNEX 3 OF THE GHS TO IMPROVE MEDICAL RESPONSE PRECAUTIONARY STATEMENTS (P310 TO P315)
ST/SG/AC.10/C.4/2018/13 4 High Low High High High Urgency Low Seriousness Low Low Low High Low Urgency High Seriousness Acute Toxicity - Oral (1, 2, 3) - Inhalation (1, 2, 3) - Dermal (1, 2) Skin Corrosion (1A, 1B, 1C) Specific target organ toxicity, single exposure (1, 2) Aspiration hazard (1, 2) Respiratory Sensitisers (1, 1A, 1B) Germ cell mutagenicity (1A, 1B, 2) Carcinogenicity (1A, 1B, 2) Reproductive toxicity (1A, 1B, 2) Reproductive toxicity, effects on or via lactation Specific target organ toxicity, repeated exposure (1, 2) Specific target organ toxicity, single exposure (3) - respiratory irritation - narcotic effects Skin Sensitisers (1, 1A, 1B) Skin Irritation (2, 3) Eye Irritation (2A, 2B) Serious Eye Damage (1) Acute Toxicity - Oral (4, 5) - Inhalation (4, 5) - Dermal (3, 4, 5) Gases under pressure (refrigerated liquefied gas) Get medical help Get immediate emergency medical help * Get medical help if you feel unwell If exposed or concerned, get medical advice Figure 1 * Competent Authority or manufacturer / supplier may add “Call” followed by the appropriate emergency telephone number, or the appropriate emergency medical help provider, for example, a poison centre, emergency centre or doctor. 11. (...) Gases under pressure (chapter 2.5) Refrigerated liquefied gas Acute toxicity, oral (chapter 3.1) 4, 5 Acute toxicity, dermal (chapter 3.1) 3, 4, 5 Acute toxicity, inhalation (chapter 3.1) 4, 5 Skin irritation (chapter 3.2) 2, 3 Serious eye damage (chapter 3.3) 1 Eye irritation (chapter 3.3) 2A, 2B Skin sensitization (chapter 3.4) 1, 1A, 1B P318 If exposed or concerned, get medical advice. (...) Specific target organ toxicity, single exposure; respiratory tract irritation (chapter 3.8) 3 Specific target organ toxicity, single exposure; narcotic effects (chapter 3.8) 3 Specific target organ toxicity, repeated exposure (chapter 3.9) 1, 2
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Score: 989554.6 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...ST/SG/AC.10/C.4/2018/13&Lang=E
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GOVERNMENT PROPOSAL
Toxicology in Vitro 2, 19-26 and Young J.R., How M.J. (1994): Product classification as corrosive or irritant by measuring pH and acid / alkali reserve. In Alternative Methods in Toxicology vol. 10 - In Vitro Skin Toxicology: Irritation, Phototoxicity, Sensitization, eds. A.Rougier, A.M. (...) In Alternative Methods in Toxicology vol. 10 - In Vitro Skin Toxicology: Irritation, Phototoxicity, Sensitization, eds. A.Rougier, A.M.
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Score: 985032 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...ST/SG/AC.10/C.3/2015/21&Lang=E
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