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AJCSD ID
The AJCSD ID is a unique number assigned to a chemical by AJCSD.
CAS Registry No.
The CAS Registry number is a unique number assigned to a chemical by the Chemical Abstracts Service, which is an organization of the American Chemical Society.
Chemical Substance Name
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Molecular Formula
The molecular formula for a substance is displayed.
SMILES
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Structure
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Laws and Regulations
Cambodia
Law on Controlling of Drugs, 2012
Laws and regulations Overview
The Law aims to protect the public health from drugs, and lays down the measure for controlling of drug and provides the list of prohibited and restricted chemicals that can be used as a drug for medical, pharmaceutical sector as also the table of precursors can be used in industrial manufacturing sector which under the responsibility of the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Industry and Handicraft respectively.
Article 14: Ministry of Health has been authorized by the Government for providing license or permission and controlling of all legal activities related to drugs as listed in table I, II and III as annex of the Law.
Article 15: Ministry of Industry and Handicraft has been authorized by the Government for providing license or permission and controlling of all legal activities related to drugs as listed in table IV for industrial sector.
Category
- TableⅣ(Ⅰ)
- TableⅣ(Ⅱ)
Law on Management of Strong Acid, 2011
Laws and regulations Overview
The Law aims to cover strong acids with pH?3that harmful to the public health, and regulate the producing, packaging, transportation, storage, handling of strong acids. Article 9: All kind of strong acids as listed in annex of the Law have been permitted for the purpose of use in industries and handicraft, health sector, agriculture, science, techniques, testing, laboratory and for other sector that benefit for society.
Prakas No 110 MIME on Management and Control of Use, Importation, Exportation and Distribution of Chemical Substances in Industrial Sector, 2004
Laws and regulations Overview
This ministerial regulation listed 35 precursors that need to have permission from the Ministry of Industry and Handicraft (former MIME). All chemicals need to have label and packaging which complied to safety rule.
Prakas No 484, 2012 on The List of Agricultural Pesticides in the Kingdm of Cambodia (under the Law on the Management of Pesticides and Fertilizers, 2012, MAFF)
Laws and regulations Overview
This Prakas, Ministerial Regulation aims to define the list of Agriculrure Pesticides in the Kingdom of Cambodia. Annex1 of Prakas No 484, 2012 on The List of Agricultural Pesticides in the Kingdm of Cambodia "List of Banned Pesticides"
Indonesia
Government Regulation of the Republic of Indonesia Number 74 Year 2001 regarding Hazardous and Toxic Materials Management
Laws and regulations Overview
The regulation of hazardous and toxic materials intent to prevent and or reduce the risk of impact hazardous and toxic materials on the environment, human health and other living things. This regulation mandates the registration of hazardous and toxic materials which are intended to be manufactured or imported to Indonesia. Materials hazardous and toxic management are not included in the scope of government regulation is the management of radioactive materials, explosives, mining and production of oil and gas and their processed products, food and beverages and other food additives, household health supplies and cosmetics, pharmaceutical ingredients, narcotics, psychotropic substances and precursors, as well as other addictive substances, chemical weapons and biological weapons
Category
- Usable hazardous and toxic materials
- Limited use hazardous and toxic materials
- Banned use hazardous and toxic materials
Regulation of Minister of Trade of the Republic of Indonesia Number 75 Year 2014 regarding The Second Amandment of Minister of Trade Number 44 Year 2009 Regarding Provision, Distribution and Control fo Hazardous Substances
Laws and regulations Overview
This regulation governing the types of hazardous substances is restricted import, distribution and monitoring.
Law Number 9 Year 2008 regarding the Use of Chemicals and Prohibition of the Use of Chemicals for Chemical Weapons
Laws and regulations Overview
Arrangements regarding the use of chemicals and prohibition the use of chemicals as chemical weapons aimed at preventing and combating the misuse of chemicals as chemical weapons. This regulation mandates everyone who create, produce, possess, store, transfer or use of schedule 1, schedule 2 and schedule 3 chemicals shall submit a report at least once a year. Any person who produces unscheduled discrete organic chemicals in limited amount to be declared shall submit a report to minister. Everyone who has a factory facilities producing schedule 1, schedule 2, schedule 3 chemicals and unscheduled discrete organic chemicals shall submit a report to the minister.
Regulation of Minister of Industry of Republic of Indonesia Number 41 Year 2014 regarding Prohibiton the Use of Hydrochlorofluorocarbon (HCFCs) in the Field of Industry
Regulation of Minister of Trade of the Republic of Indonesia Number 40 Year 2014 regarding The Amandment of Regulation of Minister of Trade Number 3 Year 2012 Regarding Import Provisions of Ozone Depleting Substances
Laws and regulations Overview
This regulation is the amendment of Regulation of Minister of Trade Number 3 Year 2012 Regarding Import Provisions of Ozone Depleting Substances.
Regulation of Minister of Trade of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3 Year 2012 regarding Import Provisions of Ozone Depleting Substances
Laws and regulations Overview
This regulation regulate the type of Ozone Depleting Substances are prohibited imports and type of Ozone Depleting Substances regulated import trade system.
Category
- Ozone Depleting Substances banned imports
- Ozone Depleting Substances regulated import trade system
Regulation of Minister of Industry of Republic of Indonesia Number 33 Year 2007 regarding Prohibiton Produce ozone depleting substances as well as producing goods that use of ozone depleting substances
Laws and regulations Overview
This regulation regulate Ozone Depleting Substances are prohibited manufactured and used in a particular industry.
Category
- Ozone Depleting Substances prohibited manufactured and used in a particular industry
Government Regulation of the Republic of Indonesia Number 647 Year 2004 regarding Precursors
Japan
Act on the Evaluation of Chemical Substances and Regulation of Their Manufacture, etc. (Chemical Substances Control Law ; CSCL)
CSCL: Class I Specified Chemical Substances
Updated: 2018-10-10 (Public Notice 2018-02-21 : Enforced 2018-04-01)
Substances that are persistent, highly bioaccumulative and pose a risk of long-term toxicity to humans or predator animals at a higher trophic level, and that are specified in Article 1 of the Cabinet Order for Enforcement of the CSCL. If a substance corresponds to the "Class I Specified Chemical Substance", the following items are displayed.
Cabinet Order number
It is the number given to the substance when designated by the Cabinet Order as a Class I Specified Chemical Substance.
Date of Designation in the Official Gazette
It is the date when the substance was publicized in the Official Gazette.
Date of Enforcement by the Cabinet Order
It is the date when the substance was designated by the Cabinet Order as a Class I Specified Chemical Substance.
Chemical Substances Name
It is the name of the Class I Specified Chemical Substance designated by the Cabinet Order.
Remarks
If the scope of the CAS Registry Number (CAS RN) includes non-relevant materials, the conditions applicable to the CAS Registry Number (CAS RN) will be displayed.
Detail
If there is more information, link to the CSCL database (J-CHECK) will be displayed.
CSCL: Class II Specified Chemical Substances
Updated: 2017-03-21 (Public Notice 1990-09-12)
Substances that may pose a risk of long-term toxicity to humans or to flora and fauna in the human living environment, and that have been, or in the near future are reasonably likely to be, found in considerable amounts over a substantially extensive area of the environment. These substances are specified in Article 2 of the Cabinet Order for Enforcement of the CSCL.. If a substance corresponds to the "Class II Specified Chemical Substance", the following items are displayed.
Cabinet Order number
It is the number given to the substance when designated by the Cabinet Order as a Class II Specified Chemical Substance.
Date of Enforcement by the Cabinet Order
It is the date when the substance was designated by the Cabinet Order as a Class II Specified Chemical Substance.
Chemical Substances Name
It is the name of the Class II Specified Chemical Substance designated by the Cabinet Order.
Remarks
If the scope of the CAS Registry Number (CAS RN) includes non-relevant materials, the conditions applicable to the CAS Registry Number (CAS RN) will be displayed.
Detail
If there is more information, link to the CSCL database (J-CHECK) will be displayed.
CSCL: Monitoring Chemical Substances
Updated: 2018-04-17 (Public Notice 2018-04-02)
Substances that are persistent and highly bioaccumulative and whose long-term toxicity to humans or predator animals at higher trophic level is unclear. These substances are specified in accordance with paragraph (4) of Article 2 of the CSCL. If a substance corresponds to the "Monitoring Chemical Substance", the following items are displayed.
Registration Number
It is the serial number given to the substance when publicized in the Official Gazette as a Monitoring Chemical Substance.
Date of Designation in the Official Gazette
It is the date when the substance was publicized in the Official Gazette.
MITI Number
It is the number given to the substance in the Official Gazette. The initial number of MITI Numbers (*-****) shows the categories.
Chemical Substances Name
It is the name of the Monitoring Chemical Substance publicized in the Official Gazette.
Remarks
If the scope of the CAS Registry Number (CAS RN) includes non-relevant materials, the conditions applicable to the CAS Registry Number (CAS RN) will be displayed.
Detail
If there is more information, link to the CSCL database (J-CHECK) will be displayed.
CSCL: Priority Assessment Chemical Substances
Updated: 2019-04-16 (Public Notice 2019-04-01)
The substances whose long-term toxicity to humans or to flora and fauna in the human living environment is unclear, that have been found, or are expected to be found, in considerable amounts over a substantially extensive area of the environment. For the above reason, these substances are designated in accordance with paragraph (5) of Article 2 of the CSCL as chemicals that require a priority assessment to assess the risk they may pose. If a substance corresponds to the "Priority Assessment Chemical Substance", the following items are displayed.
Registration Number
It is the serial number given to the substance when publicized in the Official Gazette as a Priority Assessment Chemical Substance.
Date of Designation in the Official Gazette
It is the date when the substance was publicized in the Official Gazette.
MITI Number
It is the number given to the substances including Existing Chemical Substances, Newly Announced Chemical Substances, and others publicized in the Official Gazette. The initial number of MITI Numbers (*-****) shows the categories.
Chemical Substances Name
It is the name of the "Priority Assessment Chemical Substance" publicized in the Official Gazette.
Reason for Inclusion
Perspective for designating as a Priority Assessment Chemical Substance are displayed. Relevant perspectives of "human health effects" and/or "ecological effects" will be displayed.
Remarks
If the scope of the CAS Registry Number (CAS RN) includes non-relevant materials, the conditions applicable to the CAS Registry Number (CAS RN) will be displayed.
Detail
If there is more information, link to the CSCL database (J-CHECK) will be displayed.
CSCL: Newly Announced Chemical Substances (notified on and after April 1, 2011)
Updated: 2019-04-16 (Public Notice 2018-07-31)
Substances that were notified on and after April 1, 2011, as substances that are either newly manufactured in, or imported to, Japan and are not classified as Class I Specified Chemical Substances. Such substances are designated on and after 2017 as Newly Announced Chemical Substances (notified on and after April 1, 2011) in accordance with paragraph (4) of Article 4. In addition, the substances that were designated in accordance with paragraph (5) of Article 2 of the CSCL (Priority Assessment ChemicalSubstances) and later the designation was cancelled are included in this list.
These substances are designated as General Chemical Substances in accordance with paragraph (7) of Article 2 (excluding Priority Assessment Chemical Substances, Monitoring Chemical Substances and Class I/II Specified Chemical Substances). If a substance corresponds to the "Newly Announced Chemical Substances (notified on and after April 1, 2011)", the following items are displayed.
Registration Number
It is the serial number given to the substance when publicized in the Official Gazette as a Newly Announced Chemical Substances.
Date of Designation in the Official Gazette
It is the date when the substance was publicized in the Official Gazette.
MITI Number
It is the number given to the substances including Existing Chemical Substances, Newly Announced Chemical Substances, and others publicized in the Official Gazette. The initial number of MITI Numbers (*-****) shows the categories.
Category
MITI Numbers are classified into nine categories. One of the sections from Section 1 to Section 9 will be displayed.
Section 1
Inorganic Compounds
Section 2
Low Molecular Chain-Like Organic Compounds
Section 3
Low Molecular Carbo-Monocyclic Organic Compounds
Section 4
Low Molecular Carbo-polycyclic Organic Compounds
Section 5
Low Molecular Heterocyclic Organic Compounds
Section 6
Organic High Polymers Obtained by Addition Polymerization
Section 7
Organic High Polymers Obtained by Polycondensation
Section 8
Chemically Modified Starches, Oils and Fats, etc.
Section 9
Compounds of unknown structure, etc.
Chemical Substances Name
It is the name of the "Newly Announced Chemical Substance" publicized in the Official Gazette.
Remarks
If the scope of the CAS Registry Number (CAS RN) includes non-relevant materials, the conditions applicable to the CAS Registry Number (CAS RN) will be displayed.
Detail
If there is more information, link to the CSCL database (J-CHECK) will be displayed.
CSCL: Newly Announced Chemical Substances (notified by March 31, 2011)
Updated: 2019-04-16 (Public Notice 2016-07-29)
Substances that were notified by March 31, 2011, as substances that are either newly manufactured in, or imported to, Japan and are not classified as Class I Specified Chemical Substances, Type II Monitoring Chemical Substances or Type III Monitoring Chemical Substances. Such substances are designated by 2016 as Newly Announced Chemical Substances (notified by March 31, 2011)in accordance with paragraph (4) of Article 4.
These substances are designated as General Chemical Substances in accordance with paragraph (7) of Article 2 (excluding Priority Assessment Chemical Substances, Monitoring Chemical Substances and Class I/II Specified Chemical Substances). If a substance corresponds to the "Newly Announced Chemical Substances (notified by March 31, 2011)", the following items are displayed.
Registration Number
It is the serial number given to the substance when publicized in the Official Gazette as a Newly Announced Chemical Substances.
Date of Designation in the Official Gazette
It is the date when the substance was publicized in the Official Gazette.
MITI Number
It is the number given to the substances including Existing Chemical Substances, Newly Announced Chemical Substances, and others publicized in the Official Gazette. The initial number of MITI Numbers (*-****) shows the categories.
Category
MITI Numbers are classified into nine categories. One of the sections from Section 1 to Section 9 will be displayed.
Section 1
Inorganic Compounds
Section 2
Low Molecular Chain-Like Organic Compounds
Section 3
Low Molecular Carbo-Monocyclic Organic Compounds
Section 4
Low Molecular Carbo-polycyclic Organic Compounds
Section 5
Low Molecular Heterocyclic Organic Compounds
Section 6
Organic High Polymers Obtained by Addition Polymerization
Section 7
Organic High Polymers Obtained by Polycondensation
Section 8
Chemically Modified Starches, Oils and Fats, etc.
Section 9
Compounds of unknown structure, etc.
Chemical Substances Name
It is the name of the "Newly Announced Chemical Substance" publicized in the Official Gazette.
Remarks
If the scope of the CAS Registry Number (CAS RN) includes non-relevant materials, the conditions applicable to the CAS Registry Number (CAS RN) will be displayed.
Detail
If there is more information, link to the CSCL database (J-CHECK) will be displayed.
Remarks to Existing Chemical Substances of Industrial Safety and Health Act
On the basis of the public notice of February 5, 1979, chemicals that have been published pursuant to the provisions of the CSCL by June 29, 1979, and the chemicals listed in Japanese Pharmacopoeia eighth amendment (1971), are also treated as existing chemical substances for ISHA. For those substances, "Chemicals have been notified in accordance with the provisions of Chemical Substances Control Law on by June 29, 1979" will be displayed.
Details to Existing Chemical Substances of Industrial Safety and Health Act
If there is more information relating to Industrial Safety and Health Act, link to the website of Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare will be displayed.
CSCL: Existing Chemical substances
Updated: 2019-04-16 (Public Notice 1974-05-14)
Substances that were manufactured or imported for business purpose at the time of the promulgation of the CSCL (excluding substances that were manufactured or imported for testing and research purposes and those that were manufactured or imported for use as reagents), and whose names were published pursuant to the CSCL (chemical substances were listed in the list of Existing Chemical Substances).
Under the current CSCL, substances are designated as General Chemical Substances in accordance with paragraph (7) of Article 2 (excluding Priority Assessment Chemical Substances, Monitoring Chemical Substances and Class I/II Specified Chemical Substances). If a substance corresponds to the "Existing Chemical substances", the following items are displayed.
MITI Number
It is the number given to the substances including Existing Chemical Substances, Newly Announced Chemical Substances, and others publicized in the Official Gazette. The initial number of MITI Numbers (*-****) shows the categories.
Category
MITI Numbers are classified into nine categories. One of the sections from Section 1 to Section 9 will be displayed.
Section 1
Inorganic Compounds
Section 2
Low Molecular Chain-Like Organic Compounds
Section 3
Low Molecular Carbo-Monocyclic Organic Compounds
Section 4
Low Molecular Carbo-polycyclic Organic Compounds
Section 5
Low Molecular Heterocyclic Organic Compounds
Section 6
Organic High Polymers Obtained by Addition Polymerization Definition of the terms of Section 6 (in Japanese)[PDF:48KB]
Section 7
Organic High Polymers Obtained by Polycondensation Definition of the terms of Section 7 (in Japanese)[PDF:114KB]
Section 8
Chemically Modified Starches, Oils and Fats, etc.
Section 9
Pharmaceutical compounds, etc.
Chemical Substances Name
It is the substance name listed in the List of Existing Chemical Substances (the Official Gazette).
Remarks
If the scope of the CAS Registry Number (CAS RN) includes non-relevant materials, the conditions applicable to the CAS Registry Number (CAS RN) will be displayed.
Detail
If there is more information, link to the CSCL database (J-CHECK) will be displayed.
Remarks to Existing Chemical Substances of Industrial Safety and Health Act
On the basis of the public notice of February 5, 1979, chemicals that have been published pursuant to the provisions of the CSCL by June 29, 1979, and the chemicals listed in Japanese Pharmacopoeia eighth amendment (1971), are also treated as existing chemical substances for ISHA. For those substances, "Chemicals have been notified in accordance with the provisions of Chemical Substances Control Law on by June 29, 1979" will be displayed.
Details to Existing Chemical Substances of Industrial Safety and Health Act
If there is more information relating to Industrial Safety and Health Act, link to the website of Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare will be displayed.
CSCL: Type II Monitoring Chemical Substances (before amendment)
Updated: 2019-04-16 (Public Notice 2011-03-22)
Substances that are suspected to have a long-term toxicity to humans, and that were published before April 1, 2011, as being Designated Chemical Substances or Type II Monitoring Chemical Substances. Designated Chemical Substances that were published by March 2, 2005, are displayed as Type II Monitoring Chemical Substances (before amendment), in order for them to be considered Type II Monitoring Chemical Substances in CHRIP.
Under the current CSCL, these substances are designated as General Chemical Substances in accordance with paragraph (7) of Article 2 (excluding Priority Assessment Chemical Substances, Monitoring Chemical Substances and Class I/II Specified Chemical Substances). If a substance corresponds to the "Type II Monitoring Chemical Substances (before amendment) ", the following items are displayed.
Registration Number
It is the serial number given to the substance when publicized in the Official Gazette as a Type II Monitoring Chemical Substance.
Date of Designation in the Official Gazette
It is the date when the substance was publicized in the Official Gazette.
MITI Number
If there is a MITI number for the substance, the number will be displayed.
Chemical Substances Name
It is the name of the Type II Monitoring Chemical Substance publicized in the Official Gazette.
Remarks
If the scope of the CAS Registry Number (CAS RN) includes non-relevant materials, the conditions applicable to the CAS Registry Number (CAS RN) will be displayed.
Detail
If there is more information, link to the CSCL database (J-CHECK) will be displayed.
CSCL: Type III Monitoring Chemical Substances (before amendment)
Updated: 2019-04-16 (Public Notice 2011-03-22)
Type III Monitoring Chemical Substances (before amendment) are substances that may interfere with the survival and/or growth of flora and fauna, and that were published before April 1, 2011, as Type III Monitoring Chemical Substances.
Under the current CSCL, these substances are designated as General Chemical Substances in accordance with the provisions of paragraph (7) of Article 2 (excluding Priority Assessment Chemical Substances, Monitoring Chemical Substances and Class I/II Specified Chemical Substances). If a substance corresponds to the "Type III Monitoring Chemical Substances (before amendment) ", the following items are displayed.
Registration Number
It is the serial number given to the substance when publicized in the Official Gazette as a Type III Monitoring Chemical Substance.
Date of Designation in the Official Gazette
It is the date when the substance was publicized in the Official Gazette.
MITI Number
If there is a MITI number for the substance, the number will be displayed.
Chemical Substances Name
It is the name of the Type III Monitoring Chemical Substance publicized in the Official Gazette.
Remarks
If the scope of the CAS Registry Number (CAS RN) includes non-relevant materials, the conditions applicable to the CAS Registry Number (CAS RN) will be displayed.
Detail
If there is more information, link to the CSCL database (J-CHECK) will be displayed
CSCL: Chemical Substances exempted from notification of manufacturing/import amount
Updated: 2019-04-16 (Public Notice 2019-03-29)
It is the substance that were publicized in the Official Gazette as a chemical substance for which it is not found necessary to conduct an assessment as prescribed in paragraph (5) of Article 2 of the CSCL. If a substance corresponds to the "Chemical Substances exempted from notification of manufacturing/import amount ", the following items are displayed.
Category
Category of the substance that were publicized in the Official Gazette as a "Chemical Substances exempted from notification of manufacturing/import amount" One of the sections from Section 1 to Section 9 will be displayed.
Section 1
Inorganic Compounds
Section 2
Low Molecular Chain-Like Organic Compounds
Section 3
Low Molecular Carbo-Monocyclic Organic Compounds
Section 4
Low Molecular Carbo-polycyclic Organic Compounds
Section 5
Low Molecular Heterocyclic Organic Compounds
Section 6
Organic High Polymers Obtained by Addition Polymerization
Section 7
Organic High Polymers Obtained by Polycondensation
Section 8
Chemically Modified Starches, Oils and Fats, etc.
Section 9
Pharmaceutical compounds, etc.
MITI Number
MITI number of the substance will be displayed.
Date of Designation in the Official Gazette
It is the date of "current substance list" was publicized as "Chemical Substances exempted from notification of manufacturing/import amount" in the Official Gazette.
Chemical Substances Name
It is the name of the substance corresponding to the MITI Number.
Remarks
If the scope of the CAS Registry Number (CAS RN) includes non-relevant materials, the conditions applicable to the CAS Registry Number (CAS RN) will be displayed.
Detail
If there is more information, link to the CSCL database (J-CHECK) will be displayed.
CSCL: Chemical Substances not regarded as a New Chemical Substances
Updated: 2019-04-16
It refers to substances, that are considered as "not regarded as a new chemical substance" based on the notice, "Implementation of the Act on the Evaluation of Chemical Substances and Regulation of Their Manufacture, etc." published in joint names by the Director General, Pharmaceutical and Food Safety Bureau, Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare, the Director General, Manufacturing Industries Bureau, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry and the Director General, Environmental Policy Bureau, Ministry of the Environment on March 31, 2011.
In case the related chemical substances are Monitoring Chemical Substances or Priority Assessment Chemical Substances, please refer to "3 Manufacture, etc. of Class I Specified Chemical Substances, Class II Specified Chemical Substances, Monitoring Chemical Substances, Priority Assessment Chemical Substances, and General Chemical Substances" of the above-mentioned notice.
If a substance corresponds to the "Chemical Substances not regarded as a New Chemical Substances", the following items are displayed.
Classification
The term "Not Regarded as a New Chemical Substance" will be displayed.
Related Class Reference Number in The Gazette List
MITI-Number of the referenced materials will be displayed.
Remarks
If the scope of the CAS Registry Number (CAS RN) includes non-relevant materials, the conditions applicable to the CAS Registry Number (CAS RN) will be displayed.
Detail
If there is more information, link to the CSCL database (J-CHECK) will be displayed.
Act on Confirmation, etc. of Release Amounts of Specific Chemical Substances in the Environment and Promotion of Improvements to the Management Thereof
Updated: 2019-03-19 (Promulgated 2008-11-21)
The Act on Confirmation, etc. of Release Amounts of Specific Chemical Substances in the Environment and Promotion of Improvements to the Management Thereof, was enacted in 1999 to promote the voluntary improvements of the management of chemical substances by business operators and prevent impediments to the preservation of the environment.

Class I Designated Chemical Substances are chemical substances that may harm human health, interfere with the survival and/or growth of flora and fauna, or deplete the ozone layer, and that are considered to be persistent over a substantially extensive area of the environment in terms of their physical/chemical properties and the amounts manufactured, imported, and used. These substances are designated in accordance with Article 1 of the Cabinet Order for Enforcement of the Act on Confirmation, etc. of Release Amounts of Specific Chemical Substances in the Environment and Promotion of Improvements to the Management Thereof, based on paragraph (2) of Article 2 of the same Act.

Class II Designated Chemical Substances are chemical substances that may have the same requirements as Class I Designated Chemical Substances as a result of increases in the amounts manufactured, imported, or used. These substances are designated in accordance with Article 2 of the Cabinet Order for Enforcement of the Act on Confirmation, etc. of Release Amounts of Specific Chemical Substances in the Environment and Promotion of Improvements to the Management Thereof, based on paragraph (3) of Article 2 of the same Act.

The designation for Class I and Class II Designated Chemical Substances were revised by Cabinet Order on November 21, 2008.
* Former Designated Chemical Substances: 354 Class I substances; 81 Class II substances (Published : March 29, 2000)
* Currently Designated Chemical Substances: 462 Class I substances ; 100 Class II substances (Revised : November 21, 2008)

When the regulated substance of notification is metal etc., you need to convert into elements. Please refer to examples of metal compounds.
Classification
Either of the followings is displayed.
I
It refers to Class I Designated Chemical Substances. Anyone handling Class I Designated Chemical Substances in business is required to notify the quantities of these substances released to the environment (PRTR), etc. and to provide the information on properties and handling of these substances (Safety Data Sheet; SDS) when transferring or providing these substances (and/or products containing these substances) to the third parties.
II
It refers to Class II Designated Chemical Substances. Anyone handling Class II Designated Chemical Substances in business is required to provide the Safety Data Sheet (SDS) when transferring or providing these substances (and/or products containing these substances) to the third parties.
Specified Class I
It refers to Specified Class I Designated Chemical Substances. These are the substances designated as those with carcinogenicity to human among Class I Designated Chemical Substances. Notifying the released quantities of these substances is required more strictly than that of Class I Designated Chemical Substances.
Cabinet Order No.
It is the number assigned to each substance designated by the Cabinet Order.
Cabinet Order Name
It is the name of substance designated by the Cabinet Order.
Remarks
You can see the examples list of metal compounds.
Basis of selection
You can see the hazard data which is the bases of selection. (in Japanese)
Annual release amounts
It is the sum of the reported release amount and the estimated release amount.
Please refer to "Information on PRTR" on our website for detail data.
Link
There are links for Releases Map and Atmospheric concentration Map. (in Japanese)
Industrial Safety and Health Act (ISHA)
ISHA: Existing Chemical Substances / Newly Announced Chemical Substances
Updated: 2019-03-19 (Public Notice 2018-12-27)
Existing Chemical Substances of Industrial Safety and Health Act are listed separately in the following two types.

(1) ISHA: Existing Chemical Substances: Pursuant to the provisions of the Industrial Safety and Health Act Enforcement Order Supplementary Provisions of Article 9.2, it is the chemical substance which Minister of Labour has published its name and ISHA number, etc. with the Official Gazette as the chemical substance which had been 'manufactured or imported' in the country before June 29, 1979.

(2) ISHA: Newly Announced Chemical Substances: Pursuant to the provisions of the Industrial Safety and Health Act Article 57.3.3, it is the chemical substance which the Minister of Health, Labour and Welfare has published its name and ISHA number, etc. with the Official Gazette as a new chemical substance. (Since June 30, 1979 new chemical substances of the Act have been registered and published in the Official Gazette as the Newly Published Chemical Substances).
Note: On the basis of the public notice of February 5, 1979, chemicals that have been published pursuant to the provisions of the CSCL until June 29, 1979, and the chemicals listed in Japanese Pharmacopoeia eighth amendment (1971), are also treated as existing chemical substances for ISHA. This information is mentioned in the " Remarks to Existing Chemical Substances of Industrial Safety and Health Act " in the section of the CSCL.
ISHA: Chemical Substances Prohibited to Manufacturing, etc.
Updated: 2018-06-05 (Public Notice 2018-04-06)
Article 55 of the Law states that substances specified in paragraph (1) of Article 16 of the Cabinet Order, which are deemed to be substances that inflict serious damage on the health of workers, shall not be manufactured, imported, transferred, provided or used.
Cabinet Order Number
It is the number assigned to each substance designated by Article 16 of the Cabinet Order.
Cabinet Order Name
It is the name of the substances designated by Article 16 of the Cabinet Order.
Range of Application (weight %)
The range of content (% by weight) of regulated substances in preparations, etc. that are subject to the regulation.
ISHA: Chemical Substances Requiring Permission for Manufacture, etc.
Updated: 2018-06-05 (Public Notice 2018-04-06)
Paragraph (1) of Article 56 of this Act states that a person who intends to manufacture any of the substances specified in item 1 of Attached Table 3 in Article 17 of the Cabinet Order, which are deemed to have the possibility of inflicting serious damage on the health of workers, shall obtain advance permission from the Minister of Health, Labour and Welfare.
Cabinet Order Number
It is the number assigned to each substance designated by Article 17, attached table 3, item 1 of the Cabinet Order.
Cabinet Order Name
It is the name of the substances designated by Article 17, attached table 3, item 1 of the Cabinet Order.
Range of Application (weight %)
The range of content (% by weight) of regulated substances in preparations, etc. that are subject to the regulation.
ISHA: Chemical Substances Requiring Labeling and Delivery of Documents, etc.
Updated: 2019-02-05 (Public Notice 2018-04-06)
Paragraph (1) of Article 57 of the Act states that any of the chemical substances specified in Article 18 or item 1 of Attached Table 3 in Article 17 of the Cabinet Order, which are deemed to have the possibility of inflicting serious damage on the health of workers at the time of their transfer or provision, shall be indicated in the name of the substance, the ingredients or other such details provided on the container or package.

Paragraph (1) of Article 57-2 of the Act states that businesses are required to provide documents (SDSs) to their clients when transferring or providing any of the chemical substances specified in item 1 of Attached Table 3 in Article 17 or Attached Table 9 in Article 18-2 of the Cabinet Order, which are deemed to have the possibility of inflicting serious damage on the health of workers at the time of their transfer or provision.

By the revisions of the Cabinet Order (*1) and the Ministerial Ordinance (*2) of the Act concerning Labeling, etc., the substances and the cut-off values have been revised and a labeling obligation for solid-form substances has been removed.

By the same revisions of the Cabinet Order (*1) and the Ministerial Ordinance (*2) of the Act concerning Delivery of Documents, etc., the cut-off values for several substances have been revised.
Those values have been enforced from June 1, 2016. The substances for Labeling have been the same as those for Delivery of Documents.
(*1) Cabinet Order No. 250 of June 10, 2015
(*2) Ministerial Ordinance No. 115 of June 23, 2015
Cabinet Order Number
It is the number assigned to each substance designated by Article 17, attached table 3, item1 or Article1 8 and 18-2, attached table 9 of the Cabinet Order.
Cabinet Order Name
It is the name of the substances designated by Article 17, attached table 3, item 1 or Article 18 and 18-2, attached table 9 of the Cabinet Order.
Range of Application (weight %)
The range of content (% by weight) of regulated substances in preparations, etc. that are subject to the regulation.
ISHA: Dangerous Substances
Updated: 2014-09-11
Article 6 of the "Enforcement Order of Industrial Safety and Health Act" (hereinafter referred to as the "Cabinet Order") defines "the work subject to the appointment of an Operation Chief" in order to prevent industrial accidents, pursuant to the provision of Article 14 of the Industrial Safety and Health Act. Regulated, dangerous, or toxic substances are listed in the appended tables of the Cabinet Order.
The substances that are listed in Appended Table 1 of the Cabinet Order are called Dangerous Substances. When a substance corresponds to a Dangerous Substance, one of the following classifications, "explosive substances", "combustible substances", "oxidizing substances", "inflammable substances", or "flammable gases" is displayed in the column "Category", and the Cabinet Order number and Cabinet Order name will be displayed in the respective columns.
ISHA: Specified Chemical Substances
Updated: 2019-02-05 (Public Notice 2017-04-27)
The substances that are listed in Appended Table 3 of the Cabinet Order are called Specified Chemical Substances. When a substance corresponds to a Specified Chemical Substance, one of the following classifications, "Group-1 substances", "Group-2 substances", or "Group-3 substances" is displayed in the column "Category", and the Cabinet Order number and Cabinet Order name will be displayed in the respective columns. The range of content (% by weight) of regulated substances in preparations, etc. is displayed in the column " Range of Application (weight %)".
ISHA: Lead etc. / Tetraalkyl lead etc.
Updated: 2018-06-05
"Lead, etc." are defined, in Appended Table 4 of the Cabinet Order, as substances that are subject to regulated lead operations. When a substance corresponds to "Lead, etc.", "Ordinance on Prevention of Lead Poisoning" is displayed in the column "Relevant Ordinance etc.", and "Lead, etc." is displayed in the column "Cabinet Order Name". In the column "Remarks", "lead, lead alloys, lead compounds and mixtures of these substances with others" is displayed. It should be noted that the lead compounds are specified by the Minister of Health, Labour and Welfare, and have been announced in the Official Gazette.

"Tetraalkyl lead, etc." is defined, in Appended Table 5 of the Cabinet Order, to comprise substances that are subject to regulated tetraalkyl lead operations. When a substance corresponds to tetraalkyl lead compounds, "Ordinance on Prevention of Tetraalkyl Lead Poisoning" is displayed in the column "Relevant Ordinance etc.", and "Tetraalkyl lead, etc." is displayed in the column "Cabinet Order Name". In the column "Remarks", "tetra methyl lead, tetra ethyl lead, monomethyl,triethyl lead, dimethyl,diethyl lead and trimethyl,monoethyl lead, and also anti-knocking agents containing the said substances" is displayed.
ISHA: Organic Solvent Poisoning
Updated: 2014-12-17 (Public notice 2014-08-20)
The substances that are listed in Appended Table 6-2 of the Cabinet Order. When a substance corresponds to organic solvents, one of the following, "First-class organic solvents, etc.", "Second-class organic solvents, etc.", or "Third-class organic solvents, etc." is displayed in the column "Category", and the Cabinet Order number and Cabinet Order name will be displayed in the respective columns.
ISHA: Administrative Control Levels of Working Environment Evaluation Standards
Updated: 2019-02-05 (Public Notice 2017-04-27)
These are the concentrations provided in the attached table of "Working Environment Evaluation Standards" (Notification of the Ministry of Health, Labor, and Welfare).
ISHA: Guidelines for Carcinogenic Substances
Updated: 2018-03-20 (Announced 2014-10-31)
These are the substances which are likely to cause cancer or other serious health impairment to workers. The public guidelines for the businesses that manufacture or handle these substances are made to prevent the damage of workers' health caused by the said chemical substances based on paragraph (3) of Article 28 of the Act.
In the production and handling of these substances, businesses are required to take measures, such as reducing workers' exposure, work environment measurement, industrial health education, record keeping and Labeling and Deliver of SDS, etc.
The guidelines are published on the "Workplace Safety Site", the homepage of the MHLW.
Name
It is the substance name published in the Guidelines for Carcinogenicity Substances on the "Workplace Safety Site".
Details
CHRIP links to the "Workplace Safety Site" and you can see the guidelines.(in Japanese)
ISHA: Strong Mutagenic Chemical Substances
Updated: 2019-03-19 (Announced 2018-12-05)
These are the substances for which strong mutagenicity was recognized by the hazard investigation conducted based on Article 58 of the ISHA for Existing Chemical Substances in addition to Article 57-4 of the Act for Notified Chemical Substances. The substance names are announced in the Notification based on the Act.
In the production and handling of these substances, businesses are required to take measures, such as reducing workers' exposure, work environment measurement, industrial health education, Labeling and Deliver of SDS, etc. and record keeping, according to "Guidelines for Preventing Health Impairment by Chemical Substances with Mutagenicity Recognized", Labor Standards Bureau Notification No. 312, dated May 17, 1993 (Please see here : in Japanese).
Classification
Existing Chemical Substances or Notified Chemical Substances is shown.
Name
It is the name described in an attached sheet of the notification.
Date of Notification
It is the date published the notification and the number allocated to the substance in the attached sheet.
Poisonous and Deleterious Substances Control Act
Updated: 2019-02-05 (Public Notice 2018-12-19)
The Poisonous and Deleterious Substances Control Act was enacted in 1950 to carry out the controls on poisonous and deleterious substances that are needed to ensure health and hygiene.

Poisonous and Deleterious Substances are judged to be poisonous and deleterious based on knowledge regarding animals and people in the Criteria for Poisonous and Deleterious Substances. These substances are specified in paragraph (1) of Article 2 (Poisonous Substances), paragraph (2) of Article 2 (Deleterious Substances) and paragraph (3) of Article 2 (Specified Poisonous Substances) of the Act or in Article 1 (Poisonous Substances), Article 2 (Deleterious Substances) and Article 3(Specified Poisonous Substances) of the Cabinet Order for Designation of the Poisonous and Deleterious Substances Control Act.
Classification Law Cabinet Order
Poisonous Substances Attached Table 1 Article 1
Deleterious Substances Attached Table 2 Article 2
Specified Poisonous Substances Attached Table 3 Article 3
Classification
Either of the followings is displayed. Some substances may correspond to plural classifications.
Poisonous Substances These are defined as substances which may cause severe damage to human physiological function. In some case there are specific exceptions according to poisonous substances content and others.
Deleterious Substances These are defined as substances which may cause relatively light damage to human physiological function. In some case there are specific exceptions according to deleterious substances content and others.
Specified Poisonous Substances These are extremely poisonous among poisonous substances and are defined as substances which have high possibility of the harm for the person depending on the direction for uses.
Law or Cabinet Order Number
It is the number given to each substance designated by the Act or the Cabinet Order.
Law or Cabinet Order Name
It is the name of the substance designated by the Act or the Cabinet Order.
Poisonous and Deleterious Substances Control Act: Substances Excluded from Organic Cyanide Compounds
Updated: 2019-02-05 (Public Notice 2018-12-19)
These are the substances that are excluded from "Organic cyanide compounds and preparations containing it" specified in item 32 of paragraph (1) of Article 2 (Deleterious Substances) of the Cabinet Order for designation of the Poisonous and Deleterious Substances Control Act.
Classification
"Deleterious Substances/Exception(Cabinet order)" is displayed.
Cabinet Order Number
It is the number given to each substance designated by the Cabinet Order.
Name
It is the name of the substance designated by the Cabinet Order.
Act on Prohibition of Chemical Weapons and Control, etc. of Specific Chemicals
Updated: 2018-10-10 (Public Notice 2012-02-08)
The purpose of the Act, which aims to ensure appropriate implementation of the Convention on the Prohibition of the Development, Production, Stockpiling and Use of Chemical Weapons and on their Destruction, and the International Convention for the Suppression of Terrorist Bombings, is to prohibit the manufacture, possession, provision, and acceptance of chemical weapons, control the manufacture and use of specific chemicals, and implement other necessary measures.

Specific Chemicals are substances that are likely to be used for the manufacture of chemical weapons, are specified in the Cabinet Order for Enforcement of the Act on the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons and the Control, etc. of Specific Chemicals (hereinafter the "Cabinet Order"), and are specified in the 3rd or 4th column of the 1st section in the Appended Table of paragraph (1) of Article 3 of the Cabinet Order, based on paragraph (3) of Article 2 of the Act. These substances are regulated with regard to the following: permission for their manufacture and use; approval for their import; and restrictions on their possession and their transfer/acceptance; their conveyance; and their destruction.
In Japan, certain salts of Specific Chemicals are also regulated as Specific Chemicals based on the notice of Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) dated on April 1, 2010. (Only available in Japanese)

Class I Designated Chemicals are Chemicals designated in the Cabinet Order (hereinafter "Designated Chemicals") that are unlikely to be used for anything other than the manufacture of chemical weapons and that are specified in the 3rd or 4th column of the 2nd section in the Appended Table of paragraph (3) of Article 3 of the Cabinet Order, based on paragraph (5) of Article 2 of the Act. Notification of the scheduled and actual manufacturing,etc. quantity, the actual import/export quantity, etc., is required.

Class II Designated Chemicals are Designated Chemicals other than Class I Designated Chemicals that are specified in the 3rd or 4th column of the 3rd section in the Appended Table of paragraph (2) of Article 3 of the Cabinet Order, based on paragraph (5) of Article 2 of the Act. Notification of the scheduled and actual manufacturing quantity, the actual import/export quantity, etc., is required.

CHRIP provides information about Specific Chemicals, Class I Designated Chemicals and Class II Designated Chemicals designated by the Cabinet Order but no information about "Organic Chemicals" specified in Article 4 of the Cabinet Order based on paragraph (1) of Article 29 of the Act.
Please see the METI's website (only in Japanese) in details: see "Precautions for using Table 2" on the website.
Classification
Either of the following is displayed.
Specific Chemicals (Toxic chemicals or Precursors) Specific Chemicals shall mean toxic chemicals or materials from which toxic chemicals are made (precursors).
Class I Designated Chemicals (Toxic chemicals or Precursors) First-class designated chemicals shall mean toxic chemicals or materials from which toxic chemicals are made (precursors).
Class II Designated Chemicals (Toxic chemicals or Precursors) Second-class designated chemicals shall mean toxic chemicals or materials from which toxic chemicals are made (precursors).
Cabinet Order Number
It is the number given to each substance designated by the Cabinet Order.
Cabinet Order Name
It is the name of the substance designated by the Cabinet Order.
Act on the Protection of the Ozone Layer through the Control and Other Measures on Specified Substances and Other Substances
Updated: 2018-10-10 (Public Notice 2018-08-10)
The Act on the Protection of the Ozone Layer through the Control of Specified Substances and Other Measures was enacted in 1988 to fulfill the obligations and decisions of the contracting parties to the Vienna Convention for the Protection of the Ozone Layer (adopted in 1985) and the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer (adopted in 1987). This Act stipulates regulations concerning the manufacture of the Specified Substances, control of their discharge and rationalization of their use, etc.

Based on the "Kigali Revision" of the Montreal Protocol, the Revised Ozone Layer Protection Act specifies measures to be taken to protect the ozone layer while considering the potential impact on climate. These measures include the addition of "alternatives to specified substances" as substances that are subject to manufacturing regulation. The specific types of such alternatives are specified by Orders, according to the Kigali Revision.

Specified Substances are substances that deplete the Ozone Layer and are specified in the Appended Table 1 of paragraph (1) of Article 1 of the Order for Enforcement of the Act.

Alternatives to Specified Substances (ozone-depleting substances) as substances that seriously exacerbate global warming, are specified in the Appended Table 2 of paragraph (1) of Article 1 of the Order for Enforcement of the Act.

CHRIP provides information on Specified Substances and Alternatives designated by the Act Enforcement Ordinance Concerning the Protection of the Ozone Layer through the Control and Other Measures on Specified Substances and Other Substances.
Type of Substances
Either of the following is displayed.
Group I in Annex A of the Protocol Attached Table 1-1 of Cabinet Order (A-I)
Group II in Annex A of the Protocol Attached Table 1-2 of Cabinet Order (A-II)
Group I in Annex B of the Protocol Attached Table 1-3 of Cabinet Order (B-I)
Group II in Annex B of the Protocol Attached Table 1-4 of Cabinet Order (B-II)
Group III in Annex B of the Protocol Attached Table 1-5 of Cabinet Order (B-III)
Group I in Annex C of the Protocol Attached Table 1-6 of Cabinet Order (C-I)
Group II in Annex C of the Protocol Attached Table 1-7 of Cabinet Order (C-II)
Group III in Annex C of the Protocol Attached Table 1-8 of Cabinet Order (C-III)
Group I in Annex E of the Protocol Attached Table 1-9 of Cabinet Order (E-I)
Group II in Annex F of the Protocol Attached Table 2-1 of Cabinet Order (F-I)
Group II in Annex F of the Protocol Attached Table 2-2 of Cabinet Order (F-II)
Cabinet Order Number
It is the number given to each substance designated by the Cabinet Order.
Cabinet Order Name
It is the name of the substance designated by the Cabinet Order.
Ozone-Depleting Potential
It is the value designated for each Specified Substance by the Cabinet Order, and it is also one of the indices to show the degree of influence on the ozone layer. It indicates the relative value of ozone depletion per 1kg of each compound, where the total amount of ozone depleted by 1 kg of CFC-11 is set to 1.
Global Warming Potential
It is the value designated for each Alternative by the Cabinet Order, and it is also one of the indices to show the global warming potential. It indicates the relative value of the global warming potential, expressed in CO2 equivalents.
Air Pollution Control Act
Updated: 2018-12-04 (Public Notice 2016-09-26)
The Air Pollution Control Act was enacted in 1968 to preserve the atmospheric environment. This Act stipulates that pollutants discharged by plants and factories must, depending on the scale and type of facility, meet the emission standards for each substance that is discharged.

Substances that are subject to this Act are "Soot and Smoke", "Mercury and Its Compounds", "Toxic Substances", "VOC (Volatile Organic Compounds) Exclusion Substances", "Designated Particulates", "Automobile Exhaust Gases", "Specific Substances", "Designated Substances", and "Hazardous Air Pollutants".

CHRIP provides information on chemical substances defined by Act, the Cabinet Order and the Central Environment Council Report as follows.
Classification
Either of the followings is displayed. One substance may correspond to two or more classifications.
Soot and Smoke Soot and Smoke mean sulfur oxides generated by the combustion of fuel or other items; soot and dust generated by the combustion of fuel or other items or by the use of electricity as a source of heat; and substances that are generated as a result of combustion, synthesis, decomposition, or other processes (excluding mechanical processes), that are likely to harm human health or living conditions. Emission standards shall be prescribed for each facility and in each prefecture.
                                Soot and Smoke (Hazardous Substances) Soot and Smoke (Hazardous Substances) mean substances that are generated as a result of combustion, synthesis, decomposition, or other processes (excluding mechanical processes), that are likely to harm human health or living conditions, and that are specified by a Cabinet Order. Emission standards shall be prescribed for each facility and in each prefecture.
Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) Volatile Organic Compound means any organic compound (excluding substances specified by a Cabinet Order as not being sources from which suspended particulate matter or oxidants are generated) that is in a gaseous state at the time of its emission or dispersal into the atmosphere. Emissions standards shall be prescribed as the maximum permissible limits for each type and size of the facilities. VOC stands for Volatile Organic Compound.
VOC Excluded Substances VOC Excluded Substances are specified by a Cabinet Order as not being sources from which suspended particulate matter or oxidants are generated.
Specified Particulates Specified Particulates mean asbestos and any other substance specified by a Cabinet Order that is likely to harm human health. Site Boundary Standards and Activity Standards shall be prescribed by an Ordinance of the Ministry of the Environment as standards for the methods for Activities That Emit, etc. Specified Particulates are done.
Mercury and Its Compounds To ensure accurate and smooth implementation of the Minamata Convention on Mercury, emissions of "mercury and its compounds" associated with the business activities of factories and workplaces is controlled.
Hazardous Air Pollutant (/Priority Chemicals) Hazardous Air Pollutant means any substance that is likely to harm human health if ingested continuously and that is a source of air pollution (excluding Soot and Smoke (limited to the items listed under Article 2, paragraph (1), items (i) and (iii) of Act) and Specified Particulates).
This is a candidate list of Hazardous Air Pollutant reported by the Central Environment Council. The State needs to implement risk assessment on these substances, and local public entities need to determine the status of the pollution, and business operators need to determine the status of the emission and control the emission. Among them, substances requiring priority measures in particular are listed as Priority Chemicals.
Hazardous Air Pollutant (Designated Substance) Designated Substance is a hazardous air pollutant specified by Cabinet Order as one whose emission and dispersal must be urgently controlled in order to prevent damage to human health. Standards for Controlling Designated Substances shall be established for controlling the emission and dispersal of each type of Designated Substance and each type of Facilities That Emit Designated Substances and shall be made public.
Automobile Exhaust Automobile Exhaust means substances likely to harm human health or living conditions, that are generated during the operation of an automobile among the automobiles; and among the motorized bicycles, and specified by a Cabinet Order.
Specified Substance Specified Substance is specified by a Cabinet Order as likely to harm human health or the living environment. Any person who has in place Specified Facilities that substances generated in the process of synthesis, decomposition, or other chemical processes of substances, include the Specified Substance shall, when a breakdown, damage, or other accident occurs at the Facilities That Generate Soot and Smoke or at the Specified Facilities and a large quantity of Soot and Smoke or a Specified Substance has been emitted into the atmosphere, immediately take emergency measures in response to said accident, and shall endeavor to carry out restoration promptly.
Cabinet Order Number
It is the number assigned to each substance designated by Cabinet Order (or Act or Report).
Cabinet Order Name
It is the name of the substance designated by Cabinet Order (or Act or Report).
Water Pollution Control Act
Updated: 2018-06-05 (Public Notice 2015-09-18)
The Water Pollution Control Act was enacted in 1970 to prevent the pollution of public water supplies and underground water. Discharges into public water supplies by plants and factories are categorized so as to indicate the effluent standards of Harmful Substances and the state of water contamination. The establisher of the factories or the workplaces which have Specified Facilities (*1) or Designated Facilities (*2) must, in the event of suspicion of harmfulness pertaining to human health or living environment by damage of those facilitfes and occurrence of other accidents, take emergency measures etc.
(*1) facilities which discharge polluted water or waste liquid, etc.
(*2) facilities which store or use Harmful Substances, or manufacture, store, use or treat Designated Substances

Based on item (1), paragraph (2) of Article 2 of this Law, Harmful Substances are substances specified in Article 2 of the Cabinet Order for Enforcement of the same Law, such as cadmium, that pose a risk of damage to human health.
Based on paragraph (4) of Article 2 of this Law, Designated Substances are substances specified in Article 3-3 of the same Cabinet Order, other than Harmful Substances and oil prescribed in paragraph (5) of Article 2 of this Law that are suspicious of harmfulness to human health or living environment by being discharged to the Public Water Areas in large quantities.

CHRIP provides information on the Harmful Substances and Designated Substances defined by the Cabinet Order.
Cabinet Order Number
It is the number assigned to each substance designated by Article 2 of the Cabinet Order (Harmful Substances) and Article 3-3 of the Cabinet Order (Designated Substances).
Cabinet Order Name
It is the name of the substance designated by Article 2 of the Cabinet Order (Harmful Substances) and Article 3-3 of the Cabinet Order (Designated Substances).
Effluent Standards
Effluent Standards are threshold limit values (amount of Harmful Substances contained in effluents) that stipulate the effluent standards in Appended Table 1 of Article 1 of the Ministerial Ordinance based on paragraph (1) of Article 3 of the Water Pollution Control Law.
Soil Contamination Countermeasures Act
Updated: 2018-06-05 (Public Notice 2016-03-29)
The Soil Contamination Countermeasures Act was enacted in 2002 to ascertain the state of soil contamination by Designated Hazardous Substances and stipulate preventative measures for human health hazards arising from such contamination.
Designated Hazardous Substances are substances that may pose a hazard to human health when contained in soil, as designated in Article 1 of the Ordinance for Enforcement of this Act, based on paragraph (1) of Article 2 of the same Act.

The Soil Leachate Standards regulate the amount of Designated Hazardous Substances that may be eluted into soil when water is added, as specified in paragraph (1) of Article 31 of the Ordinance for Enforcement of this Act, based on item (1) of paragraph (1) of Article 6 of the same Act.

The Soil Concentration Standards regulate the amount of Designated Hazardous Substances that may be contained in soil, as specified in paragraph (2) of Article 31 of the Ordinance for Enforcement of this Act, based on item (1), paragraph (1) of Article 6 of the same Act.

CHRIP provides information on the Designated Hazardous Substances defined by the Cabinet Order and the standards defined by the Ordinance for Enforcement.
Classification
Designated Hazardous Substances are classified into 3 classes by the Ordinance of the Ministry of the Environment, depending on the nature of the substances.
Class 1 Designated Hazardous Substances: Volatile Organic Compounds
Class 2 Designated Hazardous Substances: Heavy Metals, etc.
Class 3 Designated Hazardous Substances: Agricultural Chemicals, etc. (Agricultural Chemicals & PCB)
Cabinet Order Number
The number assigned to each hazardous substance designated by Article 1 of the Cabinet Order.
Cabinet Order Name
The name of the hazardous substance designated by Article 1 of the Cabinet Order.
Soil leachate standard
The soil leachate standards are determined for the Risk of ingestion of groundwater. The standards are prescribed in the Ordinance of the Ministry of the Environment.
Soil concentration standard
The soil concentration standards are determined for the risk of direct ingestion of the soil. The standards are prescribed in the Ordinance of the Ministry of the Environment.
Act on the Control of Household Products Containing Harmful Substances
Updated: 2019-03-19 (Public Notice 2015-07-09)
The Act on the Control of Household Products Containing Harmful Substances was enacted in 1973 to facilitate the protection of public health by applying regulations that are required from the standpoint of ensuring the health and hygiene of household products containing harmful substances. This Act stipulates standards for harmful substances and designated household products to be subject to regulation.

The harmful substances to be subject to regulation are mercury compounds and other substances that may pose a risk to human health and that are specified in the Cabinet Order designating the substances specified in paragraph (2) of Article 2 of this Act, based on paragraph (2) of Article 2 of the same Act.

Designated household products are household products that, from the standpoint of health and hygiene, have been designated in the Appended Table, etc., of Article 1 of the Ordinance for Enforcement of the Act, based on paragraph (1) of Article 4 of the same Act.

CHRIP provides information on harmful substances provided for by Cabinet Order of Article 2, paragraph (2) of the Act on the Control of Household Products Containing Harmful Substances.
Cabinet Order Number
It is the number assigned to each substance designated by Cabinet Order.
Cabinet Order Name
It is the name of the substance designated by Cabinet Order.
Applicable Household Goods
Designated household products are household products that have been designated in the Appended Tables, etc., of Article 1 and Article 2 of the Ordinance for Enforcement of the Act, based on paragraph (1) and (2) of Article 4 of the Act.
Standards
The standards of the designated household for the harmful substances are stipulated by Article 1 and 2 of the Ordinance for Enforcement of the Act. The standards include test methods, test equipment, test conditions and so on.
Lao PDR
Decision on Substance and Industrial Chemical Management
Laws and regulations Overview
This decision is made in order to define principles, regulations and basic standards necessary for managing and inspecting substances and hazardous chemicals towards ensuring highest degree of protection and safety in the production process (production steps, production techniques, containing and packaging), trade (import, export, transportation and distribution), storage, use, confining and treatment of all types of substance and hazardous chemicals in the manufacturing and handicraft industries.

Type I dangerous substances and chemicals are most dangerous substances and chemicals with which no business operation regarding import, utilization, production and storage is allowed under normal situations. When it is highly necessary to use any substances or chemicals in this category for research purpose, the concerned authority has to submit the application for use such substances and chemicals to the industry and handicraft section for consideration and seek approval from the government.
Type II dangerous substances and chemicals are moderately dangerous substances and chemicals which can be traded and utilized under special control. That is, before importing and trading substances and chemicals in this Type II category, the business owner has to register their products with Department of Industry and Handicraft and seek for a technical certificate from the industry and handicraft sector.
Type III dangerous substances and chemicals are mildly dangerous substances and chemicals which can be traded and used normally, but the business owners have to register themselves with the industry and handicraft sector.
Category
- Type I
- Type II
- Type III
Regulation on the Control of Pesticides in Lao PDR
Laws and regulations Overview
This regulation defines the principles, rules, and measures for controlling activities that involve pesticides in Lao PDR in order to protect human, animal and plant health, and the environment, and to be harmonized with international obligations and regulations in which Lao PDR is contracting party.
List of banned pesticides in Lao PDR, June 2010
Banned pesticide means a pesticide for which all uses have been prohibited by final regulatory action, in order to protect human health or the environment. The term includes a pesticide that has been refused approval for first-time use, or had been withdrawn by industry either from the domestic market or from further consideration in the domestic approval process, and where there is clear evidence that such action has been taken in order to protect human health or the environment.
Category
- Insecticides and acaricides
- Fungicides
- Rodenticides
- Herbicides
- Fumigants
- Others
Malaysia
Classification, Labelling and Safety Datasheet of Hazardous Chemical (CLASS) Regulation 2013
Laws and regulations Overview
1. This regulations are drafted based on GHS 3rd revised edition.
2. This regulations are applicable to all chemicals supplied to workplace.
3. This regulations describe the responsibility of suppliers of chemicals to classify the chemicals, package and label properly and provide proper safety data sheet.
4. Further description on the requirement of this regulations can be obtained from the Industrial Code of Practice Chemicals Classification and Hazard Communication (ICOP CHC)
Use and Standards of Exposure of Chemicals Hazardous to Health (USECHH) Regulation 2000
Laws and regulations Overview
1. This regulations describe the responsibility of the employer to ensure that the chemicals used at the workplace are managed properly.
2. This regulations aims to control the exposure of chemicals hazardous to health at the workplace.
3. The exposure of chemicals hazardous to health is to be kept at the agreed level to ensure the safety and health of employee.

Schedule I is a List of Chemical permissible exposure limit at workplace
Schedule II is a List of chemical which Medical Surveillance is appropriate
Category
- Schedule I
- Schedule II
(Prohibition of Use of Substance) Order 1999
Laws and regulations Overview
1. This order is a list of chemicals that have been banned for used at the workplace
2. Each chemicals is prohibited from being used according to the activity listed.
(Control of Industrial Major Accident Hazards) Regulations 1996
Laws and regulations Overview
1. This regulations aim to categorise the industries into major hazard installation or non-major hazard installation.
2. Industries categorised as major hazard installation will have to prepare report on the industrial activity as well as the emergency plans installed.
3. The criteria to categorise the industries as well as the points needed for the reports are provided in the schedules attached.
Myanmar
Prevention of Hazard from Chemical & Related Substances Law
Laws and regulations Overview
This law focuses on protection to any living beings and natural environment resources, safety, and sustainable development for the occupational safety, health, and environmental conservation.
List of Restricted Chemical
Restricted Chemical means the hazardous chemical and related substances which are specially controlled for health and safety of the human beings.
List of Prohibited Chemical
Prohibited Chemical means the chemical and related substances which are produced, used and imported only by the State for the cases of doing the scientific research and eradicating the contagious disease.
Philippines
Toxic Substances and Hazardous and Nuclear Wastes Control Act (RA6969)
Laws and regulations Overview
RA 6969
An Act to Control Toxic Substances and Hazardous and Nuclear Wastes, Providing Penalties for Violations Thereof, and for Other Purposes

Section 1. Short Title
This Act shall be known as the “Toxic Substances and Hazardous and Nuclear Wastes Control Act of 1990”

Section 2. Declaration of Policy
It is the policy of the state to regulate, restrict or prohibit the importation, manufacture, processing, sale, distribution, use and disposal of chemical substances and mixtures that present unreasonable risk and/or injury to health or environment; to prohibit the entry, even in transit, of hazardous an nuclear wastes and their disposal into the Philippines territorial limits for whatever purpose; and to provide advancement and facilitate research and studies on toxic chemicals.

Section 3. Scope
This Act shall cover the importation, manufacture, processing, handling, storage, transportation, sale, distribution, use and disposal of all unregulated chemical substances and mixtures in the Philippines, including the entry even in transit, as well as the keeping or storage and disposal of hazardous and nuclear wastes into the country for whatever purposes.
Priority Chemical List
DENR Administrative Order No. 58, Series of 1998 Priority Chemical List
DENR Administrative Order No.27, Series of 2005 Revised Priority Chemical List
DENR Administrative Order No. 23, Series of 2007 Prescribing Additional Information for the Issuance of PCL Compliance Certificate
Memorandum Circular No. 003, Series of 2014 Supplemental Guidelines for DAO 2007-23
Chemical Control Order
DENR Administrative Order No. 38, Series of 1997 Chemical Control Order for Mercury and Mercury Compounds
DENR Administrative Order No. 39, Series of 1997 Chemical Control Order for Cyanide and Cyanide Compounds
DENR Administrative Order No. 02, Series of 2000 Chemical Control Order for Asbestos
DENR Administrative Order No. 01, Series of 2004 Chemical Control Order for Polychlorinated Biphenyls
DENR Administrative Order No. 24, Series of 2013 Chemical Control Order for Lead and Lead Compounds
DENR Administrative Order No. 18, Series of 2000 Chemical Control Order for Ozone Depleting Substances
DENR Administrative Order No. 08, Series of 2004 Revised Chemical Control Order for Ozone Depleting Substances
DENR Administrative Order No. 25, Series of 2013 Revised Regulation on the Chemical Control Order for Ozone Depleting Substances
The Philippine Inventory of Chemicals and Chemical Substances (PICCS)


Republic Act 9165 Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002
Laws and regulations Overview
AN ACT
INSTITUTING THE COMPREHENSIVE DANGEROUS DRUGS ACT OF 2002, REPEALING
REPUBLIC ACT NO. 6425, OTHERWISE KNOWN AS THE DANGEROUS DRUGS ACT OF 1972, AS AMENDED, PROVIDING FUNDS THEREFOR, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES

SECTION 1. Short Title
This Act shall be known and cited as the “Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002”.

SECTION 2. Declaration of Policy
It is the policy of the State to safeguard the integrity of its territory and the well-being of its citizenry particularly the youth, from the harmful effects of dangerous drugs on their physical and mental well-being, and to defend the same against acts or omissions detrimental to their development and preservation. In view of the foregoing, the State needs to enhance further the efficacy of the law against dangerous drugs, it being one of today's more serious social ills.

Toward this end, the government shall pursue an intensive and unrelenting campaign against the trafficking and use of dangerous drugs and other similar substances through an integrated system of planning, implementation and enforcement of anti-drug abuse policies, programs, and projects.

The government shall however aim to achieve a balance in the national drug control program so that people with legitimate medical needs are not prevented from being treated with adequate amounts of appropriate medications, which include the use of dangerous drugs.

It is further declared the policy of the State to provide effective mechanisms or measures to reintegrate into society individuals who have fallen victims to drug abuse or dangerous drug dependence through sustainable programs of treatment and rehabilitation.
Category
- Table I Controlled Precursors and Essential Chemical (CPEC)
- Table II Controlled Precursors and Essential Chemical (CPEC)
- Classified under Sec 93 Article XI, RA 9165
Thailand
Hazardous Substances Act
Laws and regulations Overview
List 5.1 Controlled Substances (List 5: Responsible by Department of Industrial Works)
Category
List 5.1 Controlled Substances
Category
- Type 1
- Type 2
- Type 3
- Type 4
Vietnam
Law on Chemical
Laws and regulations Overview
Annex I is a list of chemicals subject to conditional production or trading in industrial sector (Promulgated together with the Circular No.28 /2010/TT-BCTdated 28th June 2010 of Ministry of Industry and Trade)
Appendix I is a list of hazardous chemicals (Promulgated together with the Circular No. 07/2013/TT-BCT, of April 22, 2013 of the Minister of Industry and Trade)
Appendix II is a list of chemicals restricted from trading (Promulgated together with the Government's Decree No. 108/2008/ND-CP dated 7th October 2008)
Appendix III is a list of banned chemicals (Promulgated together with the Government's Decree No. 108/2008/ND-CP dated 7th October 2008)
Appendix IV is a list of chemicals which require elaboration of chemical prevention and response plans and maintenance of safety distances (Promulgated together with the Government's Decree No. 108/2008/ND-CP dated 7th October 2008)
Appendix V is a list of chemicals subject to compulsory declaration (Promulgated together with Government’s Decree No 26/2011/N?-CP dated 01st June 2011)
Appendix VI is a list of toxic chemicals required setting up trading sheet of toxic chemical (Promulgated together with the Government's Decree No. 26/2011/ND-CP dated 01st June 2011)
Appendix VII is a list of chemicals for prevention and response to chemical incident (Promulgated together with the Government's Decree No. 26/2011/ND-CP dated 01st June 2011)
Category
- Annex I
- Appendix I
- Appendix II
- Appendix III
- Appendix IV
- Appendix V
- Appendix VI
- Appendix VII
World Customs Organization
HS Code: Section VI “Products of the Chemical or Allied Industries”
Updated : 2019-03-19 (2017 edition)
The HS Code composed by 6 digits is used to facilitate global trade by providing unified categories to classify various types of goods, and this harmonization is intended to reduce the costs occurred during international trade.

The system comprises approximately 5,300 commodity groups, which are divided into 21 Harmonized System Sections and 99 Chapters (Chapters 98 and 99 are not specified, to allow for national use). The Sections and Chapters can be found on the website of the World Customs Organization (WCO).

The core HS Code is composed of 6 digits. The first two digits indicate the chapter the good belongs to. The middle two digits specify the heading which indicates the category within the chapter. The last two digits identify the sub-heading which designates the more specific subcategory the product is categorized in.

Countries that have adopted the Harmonized System may use up to 10 digits in their codes, with specified additional digits for national purposes.

The HS Committee of the WCO amends the HS every 5-6 years. The latest amendment is the HS Nomenclature 2017 Edition (see here).

Chemicals and chemical products are listed in the Section VI of the Harmonized System. There are 11 chapters related to chemicals and chemical products (Chapters 28 to 38). Inorganic substances and organic substances are usually classified in Chapter 28 and Chapter 29. Chemical mixtures are generally classified in Chapters 30 to 38 based on their intended usage.

AJCSD provides information on Chapter 28 (see here ) and Chapter 29 (see here ).
Chapter
It is the chapter that the first two digits of the HS Code denote.
Chapter Name
It is the chapter name that the substance belongs to.
Heading
It is the Heading that the middle two digits of the HS Code plus first two digits denote.
Substance Name (Heading)
It is the Substance name that the Heading belongs to.
HS Code
It is the HS Code composed by 6 digits.
Substance Name (HS Code)
It is the Substance name that the HS Code belongs to.
Screening Assessment Information
Japan
The Screening Assessment under the CSCL for Human Health
Updated : 2019-03-19 (2017 edition)
Under the CSCL in Japan, a screening assessment is conducted by the government for all general chemicals among the Existing and New Chemical Substances (Japan ENCS), and those identified as high priorities for risk assessment are designated as the Priority Assessment Chemical Substances (PACS) . During the screening assessment, a hazard class for human health is assigned based on the hazard classes of four types of toxicities (general toxicity, reproductive toxicity, mutagenicity, and carcinogenicity). You can see the classification criteria on the linked page (see here).
There are 5 hazard classes for human health (1, 2, 3, 4, and Out of Classification). A smaller value indicates more hazardous.
Assessment Substance
This is the name of the substance subject to the hazard assessment. The hazard assessment was conducted by CAS RN.
Hazard Class
This is the hazard class of the substance.
Assessment Year
This is the year when the hazard class was assigned by the hazard assessment.
The Screening Assessment under the CSCL for the Environment
Updated : 2019-03-19 (2017 edition)
Under the CSCL in Japan, a screening assessment is conducted by the government for all general chemicals among the Existing and New Chemical Substances (Japan ENCS), and those identified as high priorities for risk assessment are designated as the Priority Assessment Chemical Substances (PACS). During the screening assessment, a hazard class for the environment is assigned based on chronic and acute toxicities for algae, Daphnia, and fish. You can see the classification criteria on the linked page (see here).
There are 5 hazard classes for the environment (1, 2, 3, 4, and Out of Classification). A smaller value indicates more hazardous.
Assessment Substance
This is the name of the substance subject to the hazard assessment. The hazard assessment was conducted by CAS RN.
Hazard Class
This is the hazard class of the substance.
Assessment Year
This is the year when the hazard class was assigned by the hazard assessment.
Chemical Hazard and Risk Information
Japan
GHS Classification Results by the Japanese Government
Updated : 2018-06-05 (Original Data Last Updated 2018-05-16)
This classification has been conducted in accordance with the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS) by the Japanese government's GHS Classification Project since 2006. The data include the following: classification, symbol, signal word, and hazard statement.
Further information about the GHS including Japan's classification is available from the following link.
GHS Information
Year of implementation / renewal
The displayed number is a Japanese fiscal year, from April 1 to March 31 of the following year, and it means that the GHS classification of the substance was implemented or renewed in the year.
Chemical Substance Name
The displayed name is an English translated substance name used by the Japanese government GHS classification.
Classification Result
You can see the GHS classification results of the substance.
Remarks
If several classification results of different years are available and one of the results is displayed with "latest" but limited to part of hazard classes, a supplemental explanation of how to refer the results will be shown.
Chemical Substances Hazard Assessment Report / Initial Risk Assessment Report
Updated :
  2009-06-30 (Issued 2009-03) (Chemical Substances Hazard Assessment Report) /
  2009-01-29 (Issued 2008-12) (Initial Risk Assessment Report) /
  2013-04-25 (Issued 2010-05) (Summary of Initial Risk Assessment Report)
Chemical Substances Hazard Assessment Reports are chemical substance assessment documents that are published following deliberations by experts. They are based on chemical substance safety information obtained from documents, reports, etc. There are three types:

1) Those prepared from the Technological Development of Chemical Substance Risk Assessment Methods project, which was undertaken as part of the Comprehensive Chemical Substance Assessment and Management Program commissioned by NEDO (New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization). These assessment reports are published following deliberations by the Management Committee & Review Committee Chemical Substance Council's Safety Assessment and Management Subcommittee.

2) Those originally prepared by NITE based on the Guidelines for Initial Risk Assessment Reports and the Preparation Manual for Initial Risk Assessment Reports that were used in the above-mentioned project. The content of these assessment reports is deliberated upon by the same committee as for the above-mentioned project.

3) Those prepared as a result of the following project commissioned by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI): Ensuring the Safety of Chemical Substances / Promotion of International Regulation Countermeasures, etc., 2008 (Survey regarding the Toxicity of Designated Chemical Substances specified in the Act on Confirmation, etc. of Release Amounts of Specific Chemical Substances in the Environment and Promotion of Improvements to the Management Thereof). These reports are published following deliberations by the Hazard Assessment Committee that was established during the conducting of the survey.

The Initial Risk Assessment Report is a report created based on the initial risk assessment methods developed by NEDO in its Chemical Substance Risk Assessment and Risk Assessment Method Development Project. These assessment methods are compiled in the Guidelines for Initial Risk Assessment Reports (theory of assessment) and the Preparation Manual for Initial Risk Assessment Reports (concrete steps for preparing assessment reports).
Report Number
If the Assessment Report No. is displayed, it means the Assessment Report of the substance is published.
Assessed Chemical Substance Name
The substance name appearing in the title of an assessment report is displayed.
Details
You can link to the Reports of the substance in PDF files as follows.
* Hazard Assessment Report (in Japanese)
* Initial Risk Assessment Report (in Japanese)
* Summary of Initial Risk Assessment Report (in English)
Date of publication/renewal when the Report(s) was/were released or updated are also displayed.
Malaysia
GHS Classification Results in Malaysia
GHS Classification Results by the Malaysian Government. All classification results are available here.
The Malaysian Government also disclose the classification results in http://cims.dosh.gov.my/
Myanmar
GHS Classification Results in Myanmar
GHS Classification Results by the Myanmar Government. All classification results are available here.
GHS classification is mandatory according to the chapter (11) of The Prevention of Hazard from Chemical and Related Substances Rules.
Sample SDS (the Myanmar government)
GHS Classification Results by the Myanmar Government. GHS classification is mandatory according to the chapter (11) of The Prevention of Hazard from Chemical and Related Substances Rules
Other Sample SDS
Sample SDS
Sample SDS provided by DIC Corporation in member countries. Most of the sample SDSs are in English, but several SDSs are prepared in member countries' languages.
Sample SDS
Sample SDS provided by Wako Pure Chemical Industries, Ltd. in member countries. Most of the sample SDSs are in English, but several SDSs are prepared in member countries' languages.
Sample SDS
Sample SDS provided by KANTO CHEMICAL CO.,INC. in member countries. Most of the sample SDSs are in English, but several SDSs are prepared in member countries' languages.