Restriction of textile and leather articles containing skin sensitising, irritative and/or corrosive substances | Proposal from France and Sweden | Annex XV Report



France and Sweden have submitted a proposal to restrict the placing on the market of textile and leather articles containing skin sensitising, irritative and/or corrosive substances.

Restriction proposal:  Annex XV report   Annex

Details on the scope of restriction - Restricting the placing on the market of textile and leather articles containing Skin sensitising, irritative and/or corrosive substances.

Reason for restriction - The dossier submitters’ starting point is Skin sensitising, irritative and/or corrosive substances that may be present in textile and leather articles, including classified substances as Skin Sens. under CLP 1/1A/1B and/or Skin irrit. 2 and/or Skin corr. 1/1A/1B/1C as well as the substances recommended to be classified as such by RAC.

The substances quoted in the Annex XV report are listed here below in the footnote. Use Chemycal to identify immediately how it could impact your portfolio of chemicals and products.

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