Difference between revisions of "CPSC Label Definitions"

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(vi) Signal word means the appropriate word ``DANGER,'' ``WARNING,'' or ``CAUTION,'' as required by sections 2(p)(1) (C) or (D) of the Act.
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(vi) Signal word means the appropriate word '''DANGER''', '''WARNING''', or '''CAUTION''', as required by sections 2(p)(1) (C) or (D) of the Act.
  
  
(vii) Statement of principal hazard(s) means that wording descriptive of the principal or primary hazard(s) associated with a hazardous substance required by section 2(p)(1)(E) of the Act. Some examples of such statements are ``HARMFUL OR FATAL IF SWALLOWED,'' ``VAPOR HARMFUL,'' ``FLAMMABLE,'' and ``SKIN AND EYE IRRITANT.''
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(vii) Statement of principal hazard(s) means that wording descriptive of the principal or primary hazard(s) associated with a hazardous substance required by section 2(p)(1)(E) of the Act. Some examples of such statements are '''HARMFUL OR FATAL IF SWALLOWED''', '''VAPOR HARMFUL''', '''FLAMMABLE''', and '''SKIN AND EYE IRRITANT'''.
  
(viii) Other cautionary material means all labeling statements, other than ``signal words'' or ``statement(s) of principal hazard(s),'' required by the Act or by regulations issued under the Act.
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(viii) Other cautionary material means all labeling statements, other than '''signal words''' or '''statement(s) of principal hazard(s)''', required by the Act or by regulations issued under the Act.
  
  

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