821 Safety Characteristic/Hazard Code

Code indicating precautionary measures, means of treatment and hazard information and warnings

Identifier (ID)
Min 3 / Max 3
ACTAcute Toxicity Data
AM2Analytical Methods
CI2Chemical Product and Company Information
CO2Composition or Information on Ingredients
CONConditions to Avoid
CTDChronic Toxicity Data
DECDecomposition, Decomposition Products
DEHHazardous Decomposition Products
DI2Disposal Considerations
DISDistribution of Chemical in Environment
DM2Detection Methods
EDDSensitive to Static Charge
EFAEmergency and First Aid Procedures
EFBEmergency Procedures
EFXEffects of Overexposure
EIMExplosion Impact Sensitive Material
Hazardous if exposed to the impact of a nearby explosion
EN2Ecological Information
ENAEnvironmental - Acute Aquatic Effects
Hazardous to aquatic life if released into bodies of water or watercourses
ENBEnvironmental - Bioconcentration Material
Hazardous as it is accumulated along a biological food chain over time
ENGEngineering Controls
Mechanical or structural devices and techniques for preventing or mitigating a hazardous condition, e.g. ventilation device, static hood, splashguards
ENOEnvironmental - Oxygen Demand
Depletes oxygen from the ambient air, water, or soil environment
ENSEnvironmental - Summary
A subsection heading only, required by some government regulations
EO2Emergency Overview
EP2Exposure Controls or Personal Protection
EPAEmployee Protection
ESDStatic Sensitive Material
EVPEnvironmental Protection
EXCEcotoxicological Information
EXGExposure Guidelines
EXIExposure Information
EXLExposure Limits, Occupational Exposure Limits
EYAEye Contact: Acute Exposure
EYCEye Contact: Chronic Exposure
EYFEye Contact
FA2First Aid Measures
FAAExtinguishing Media: All Fires
Safety measures applicable to all types of fires
FALExtinguishing Media: Large Fires
FASExtinguishing Media: Small Fires
FATEnvironmental Fate (i.e., Oxidized, Photodegraded, etc.)
FAZExtinguishing Media
FE2Fire Fighting Measures
FEHFire and Explosion Hazards
FEZFire and Explosion Data
FLCFlammability Conditions
Conditions under which the flammability hazards, precautions, or limits apply
FLPFlammable Properties
GCAGeneral Controls
GMAGeneral Measures
GPIGeneral Safe Handling Procedures or Information
HAIHandling Information
HCAHazardous Component or Ingredient
HCPHazardous Product of Combustion
One or more different hazardous materials produced when the subject material burns
HH2Hazards Identification
HHAHealth Hazard Information
HI2Potential Health Effects
HZCHazard Class
HZRHazard Rating System
A system for both classifying and measuring hazardous characteristics of materials
IA2Other Information
IGAIngestion: Acute Exposure
IGCIngestion: Chronic Exposure
IHAInhalation: Acute Exposure
IHCInhalation: Chronic Exposure
INXIncompatibility Conditions
The conditions under which the stated incompatibility holds true.
KY2Key or Legend
LABLabel Text
LKILeak Avoidance, Remediation, or Hazards
MATMaterial to Avoid
MCEMedical Conditions Aggravated by Exposure
NOTNotification of Chemical Storage Amount, Spill or Release to the Environment
NTENote to Physician: Eyes
NTRNote to Physician: Respiratory
NTSNote to Physician: Skin
NTZNote to Physician
OPHOther Physical Hazards
OPROther Precautions
ORCOther Regulatory Controls
PD2Physical and Chemical Properties
PM2Preventive Measures
POLHazardous Polymerization
PPAPersonal Protection: Additional Equipment
PPBPersonal Protection: Boots
PPCPersonal Protection: Clothing
PPDPersonal Protection: Eye/Face
PPEPersonal Protection: Eye
PPFPersonal Protection: Face
PPGPersonal Protection: Gloves
PPRPersonal Protection: Respiratory
PPSPersonal Protection: Skin
PPZPersonal Protection Equipment
PR2Preparation and Revision Information
PREPrimary Route(s) of Entry: Eye Contact
PRFPrimary Route(s) of Entry: Eye, Inhalation
PRGPrimary Route(s) of Entry: Eye, Oral
PRHPrimary Route(s) of Entry: Eye, Oral, Skin
PRIPrimary Route(s) of Entry: Inhalation
PRJPrimary Route(s) of Entry: Inhalation, Oral
PRKPrimary Route(s) of Entry: Inhalation, Oral, Skin
PRLPrimary Route(s) of Entry: Inhalation, Skin
PRMPrimary Route(s) of Entry: Inhalation, Eye, Oral
PROPrimary Route(s) of Entry: Oral
PRQPrimary Route(s) of Entry: Oral, Skin
PRSPrimary Route(s) of Entry: Skin Contact
PRTPrimary Route(s) of Entry: Eye and Skin Contact
PRUPrimary Route(s) of Entry: Eye, Skin, Inhalation
PRZPrimary Route(s) of Entry
RE2Stability and Reactivity Information
RECReactivity Conditions
RG2Regulatory Information
RLIRelease Information
RTKRight to Know Statement of Hazard Code/Information
SAPSafety Precautions
SCESub-chronic Effects
SGWSignal Word
Description of the hazards of the product
SH2Transport Information
SHIShipping Information, Transportation Requirements
SKASkin Contact: Acute Exposure
SKCSkin Contact: Chronic Exposure
SKSSkin Sensitization
SKTSkin Contact
SL2Accidental Release Measures
SPFSpecial Fire Fighting Instructions
SPISpecial Information
SPJSpill Information
SPLSpill and Leak Information
SPPSpecial Precautions
ST2Handling and Storage
STAStorage Conditions
A health effect occurring as a result of a repeated exposure (usually daily) of experimental animals to a chemical for part (approximately 10%) of a life span
SYPSynergistic Products
SYSSystematic Effects
TOCToxicity of Other Components
TOGTarget Organ
TRHTransportation Hazard
TS2Trade Secret Exemptions
TX2Toxicological Information
VRZVentilation Requirements
WDIWaste Disposal Information

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