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List of the CMR substances

List of carcinogenic, mutagenic and toxic to reproduction (CMR) substances whose classification is brought into line at european level

Substances CMR

The list of the CMR substances has been deeply updated in accordance with the terms described below. There are from now on two versions ; according to CLP and according to DSD.

The files hereafter contain the list of carcinogenic, mutagenic and toxic to reproduction substances according to the Regulation (CE) No 1272/2008 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 December 2008 on classification, labelling and packaging of substances and mixtures, amending and repealing Directives 67/548/EEC and 1999/45/EC, and amending Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006.

These data are taken from the tables 3.1 and 3.2 of the annex VI of the Regulation (list of harmonised classification and labelling of hazardous substances) in its first adaptation to technical and scientific progress statement, detailed in the Commission Regulation (EC) No 790/2009.

Data will be updated regularly by the European CHemicals Agency (ECHA). The tables are therefore identified by the date of extraction from the regulative basis.

List in its first ATP statement
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According CLP [1]
List of the CMR substances – classification and labelling according to CLP (extract from the table 3.1 of the annex VI of CLP), 1st ATP
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According DSD [2]
List of the CMR substances – classification and labelling according to DSD (extract from the table 3.2 of the annex VI of CLP), 1st ATP

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Note

The annex VI of the CLP regulation is not an exhaustive list of the hazardous substances. Therefore, the list of the CMR substances whose classification is harmonised is not an exhaustive list of CMR. Other substances might be listed as carcinogenic, mutagenic and toxic for reproduction by the suppliers on the basis of the criteria presented in the annex I of the CLP regulation.

More information on CLP criteria (PDF document)

List available exclusively in English

The annex VI is only available in English. The denomination of chemicals and the hazard statements in the table 3.1 are no more available in any other language of European Union. It is therefore recommended to look up by CAS numbers, except for substances listed as [… compounds] (i. e. Nickel compound), for which a search by name is more appropriate.

The regulation (EU) n°618/2012

The regulation (EU) No 618/2012, entered into force on 31 July 2012, amends the annex VI part 3 of the regulation. Some entries of the list of harmonised classification and labeling of hazardous substances are inserted or modified. The updated harmonised classification applies from 1 December 2013. Nevertheless, suppliers have already the possibility of applying the updated harmonised classification, on a voluntary basis.

The documents hereafter contain the lists of the substances which are classified as carcinogenic and/or mutagenic and/or toxic for reproduction, according to the regulation (EC) No 1272/2008 in its third adaptation to technical and scientific progress, as defined in the regulation (EU) No 618/2012.

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List in its third ATP statement
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According CLP [3]
List of the CMR substances – classification and labelling according to CLP (extract from the table 3.1 of the annex VI of CLP), 3rd ATP
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According DSD [4]
List of the CMR substances – classification and labelling according to DSD (extract from the table 3.2 of the annex VI of CLP), 3rd ATP

[1] CLP : Classification, Labelling and Packaging of substances and mixtures ; regulation based on the recommendations of the GHS (Globally Harmonised System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals), edited in the Official Journal of the European Union (december 2008).

[2] DSD : Dangerous Substances Directive ; this european labelling system is grounded on the directive 67/548/EEC. It is progressively replaced by the new CLP Regulation.

[3] CLP : Classification, Labelling and Packaging of substances and mixtures ; regulation based on the recommendations of the GHS (Globally Harmonised System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals), edited in the Official Journal of the European Union (december 2008).

[4] DSD : Dangerous Substances Directive ; this european labelling system is grounded on the directive 67/548/EEC. It is progressively replaced by the new CLP Regulation.