Classification, labelling & Packaging
Classification, labelling & Packaging (CLP)
European Regulation (EC) No 1272/2008 on classification, labelling and packaging of substances and mixtures came into force on 20 January 2009.
It is known by its abbreviated form, ‘the CLP Regulation’ or just plain ‘CLP’. CLP encompasses the regulatory requirement for classification, labelling and packaging of mixtures, where a mixture has hazardous properties (as defined in the CLP regulation) or where it contains certain hazardous components above specified concentrations.
Please click here for a ‘plain English’ explanation of CLP on the British Candle Makers Federation website.
Ultimately, the responsibility for the correct classification and labelling of the final product lies with the person(s) placing it on the market.It is recommended that the final CLP is determined using the information contained within the SDS provided for the neat fragrance oil, in conjunction with that of the other ingredients within the final product. It is their responsibility to create a CLP for their own product, as once again the fragrance will be at a lower level in which ever base they are using, of which could contain other hazards and therefore would affect hazards and statements required on a new document. Any Customer product, marketing or other claims are the Customer’s ultimate responsibility.
Corresponding documents for each of our fragrance oils can be found on the individual products pages in the Technical Documents tab. It is recommended that you download the required documents to your own device, as documents can sometimes get distorted when being viewed online.
Most fragrance oils have hazards associated with their use, some of these hazards can cause serious harm if the appropriate safety precautions are not taken when using these oils.
PLEASE FAMILIARISE YOURSELF WITH THE HAZARDS DETAILED ON THE SAFETY DATA SHEET
By purchasing any oil from Oasis Oils Ltd, you are confirming that you are aware of the hazards associated with a particular oil and that you will take responsibility to use it safely.
The IFRA Certificate offers guidelines for maximum levels of usage in various products. You can check the guideline limits for your specific product on the IFRA document for each oil.
If you have any queries contact us.