S-2.1, r. 8 - Regulation respecting information on controlled products

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(s. 33)
1. In this section,
“CAS registry number” means the identification number assigned to a chemical substance by the Chemical Abstracts Service Division of the American Chemical Society; (numéro d’enregistrement CAS)
“flash point” means the minimum temperature at which a liquid gives off vapour in sufficient concentration to ignite in test circumstances; (point d’éclair)
“LC50” means the concentration of a substance in air that, when administered by means of inhalation over a specified length of time in an animal assay, is expected to cause the death of 50% of a defined animal population; (CL50)
“LD50” means the single dose of a substance that, when administered by means other than inhalation in an animal assay, is expected to cause the death of 50% of a defined animal population; (DL50)
“product identification number or UN Number” means the number and letters specified in column 1 of the List in Schedule 1 to the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations (SOR/2001-286) that correspond to the product specified in column 2 of that list. (numéro d’identification du produit ou numéro UN)
Column 1 Column 2
Category of Information

Hazardous ingredients - Chemical name and concentration
- CAS registry number and product identification
- LD50 (species and route)
- LC50 (species and route)

Information on preparation - Name and telephone number of the person
of the data sheet responsible for preparing the data sheet and
date on which it was prepared

Product information - Manufacturer’s name, street address, city,
province, postal code and emergency telephone
- Name of product
- Use of product

Physical properties - Physical state (gas, liquid or solid)
- Odour and appearance
- Odour threshold
- Vapour pressure
- Vapour density (Air: 1)
- Evaporation rate
- Boiling point
- Freezing point
- pH
- Density
- Coefficient of water/oil distribution

Fire or explosion hazard - Conditions of flammability
- Means of extinction
- Flash point and method of determination
- Lower explosion limit (% by volume)
- Upper flammable limit (% by volume)
- Auto-ignition temperature
- Hazardous combustion products
- Explosion data - sensitivity to mechanical
- Explosion date - sensitivity to electrostatic

Reactivity - Conditions under which the product is
chemically unstable
- Name of any substance or class of substance
with which the product is incompatible
- Conditions of reactivity
- Hazardous decomposition products

Toxicological - Route of entry, including skin contact, skin
properties absorption, eye contact, inhalation and
- Effects of acute exposure to product
- Effects of chronic exposure to product
- Exposure limits
- Irritancy of product
- Sensitization to product
- Carcinogenicity
- Reproductive toxicity
- Teratogenicity and embryotoxicity
- Mutagenicity
- Name of toxicologically synergistic products

Preventive measures - Personal protective equipment to be used
- Specific technical controls to be used
- Procedures to be followed in case of leak or
- Hazardous waste disposal
- Handling procedures and equipment
- Storage requirements
- Special shipping information

First aid measures - Specific emergency first aid measures
O.C. 445-89, Sch. 1.