- any organ involved in the process of respiration
- Respiratory sensitisation (section 3.4) 1 Specific target organ toxicity — single exposure (section 3.8) 1, 2 P312
- Specific target organ toxicity — single exposure; respiratory tract irritation (section 3.8) 3
- Specific target organ toxicity — Single exposure, Hazard Category 3, Respiratory tract irritation
- this special classification would occur only when more severe organ effects including in the respiratory system are not observed.
- if product is volatile so as to generate hazardous atmosphere. Specific target organ toxicity — single exposure; respiratory tract irritation (section 3.8) 3
- Eight leading causes of mortality and morbidity from NCDs in the WHO European Region are cardiovascular diseases, neuropsychiatric disorders, cancer, digestive diseases, respiratory diseases, sense organ disorders, musculoskeletal diseases and diabetes mellitus.
- In exceptional cases, human evidence can also be used to place a substance in Category 2 (see 188.8.131.52.6). Category 3 Transient target organ effects This category only includes narcotic effects and respiratory tract irritation.
- the identity of all substances in the mixture that contribute to the classification of the mixture as regards acute toxicity, skin corrosion or serious eye damage, germ cell mutagenicity, carcinogenicity, reproductive toxicity, respiratory or skin sensitisation, specific target organ toxicity (STOT) or aspiration hazard.
- significant functional changes, more than transient in nature, in the respiratory system, central or peripheral nervous systems, other organs or other organ systems, including signs of central nervous system depression and effects on special senses (such as sight, hearing and sense of smell);