BS EN 15178:2007 - Elements for the identification of products in emergency enquiries
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BS EN 15178:2007

Elements for the identification of products in emergency enquiries

Status : Current, Under review   Published : September 2007



This European Standard specifies requirements for an area on the packaging - the product identification field - marked by a symbol, where clear product identification element(s) is (are) present. This European Standard applies to products that are the subject of emergency enquiries to the poison information centres. This European Standard does not apply to medicinal products (human and veterinary drugs) (see [2], [3]) and medical devices (see [4], [5]), as information requirements are already covered.

Standard NumberBS EN 15178:2007
TitleElements for the identification of products in emergency enquiries
StatusCurrent, Under review
Publication Date28 September 2007
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)01/82/EC, 93/42/EEC, 98/8/EC, 67/548/EC, 99/45/EC, 01/83/EC, 90/385/EEC, EN 1556:1998, ISO 7000
International RelationshipsEN 15178:2007
DescriptorsGraphic symbols, Packages, Packaging, Emergency measures, Hazards, Marking, Labels, Cosmetics, Dangerous materials, Poisoning, Bar codes, Identification methods
Title in FrenchEléments pour l'identification des produits lors des appels d'urgence
Title in GermanElemente zur Produktidentifikation bei Notfallanfragen
ISBN978 0 580 55633 3
File Size389 KB

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