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  1. Can cause death due to respiratory failure. Classified as extremely toxic. The mean lethal oral dose is probably between 1 and 5 grams. Systemic effects may be delayed for a few hours. This compound is rapidly absorbed through the skin. It is a powerful methemoglobin former. Ethyl alcohol aggravates intoxication caused by nitrobenzene exposure ...

  2. A.0.1.1 The term “hazard classification” is used to indicate that only the intrinsic hazardous properties of chemicals are considered. Hazard classification incorporates three steps: (a) Identification of relevant data regarding the hazards of a chemical; (b) Subsequent review of those data to ascertain the hazards associated with the chemical;

  3. 1,1-Dichloro-2,2-bis(p-chlorophenyl) ethylene (DDE) is a breakdown product of DDT, which was used in the past as an insecticide.No information is available on the acute (short-term) or chronic (long-term) effects of DDE.

  4. Oct 01, 2013 · In addition, the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) re-evaluated the carcinogenicity of diesel exhaust and gasoline engine exhaust in June 2012, upgrading diesel exhaust from a Group 2A probable human carcinogen to a Group 1 known human carcinogen, but retaining gasoline engine exhaust as a Group 2B possible human carcinogen ...

  5. The classification criteria are based on a scientific assessment of the hazards that a product may pose during foreseeable use. Labelling and packaging requirements are determined from the product classification. The labelling takes the form of hazard symbols, warning statements, safety instructions and first aid statements.