Hazardous substances and mixtures shall have a label in Icelandic.

The following information should be included in the labelling of a dangerous substance / mixture as described in Article 17 of the CLP Regulation:

  1. the name, address and telephone number of the supplier(s) (IS: birgir)
  2. the nominal quantity (IS: magn) of the substance or mixture in the package made available to the general public, unless this quantity is specified elsewhere on the package
  3. product identifiers (IS: vörukenni); in case of substance: chemical name and CAS / EC number. In the case of a mixture: the product name and the name of all the substances in the mixture which affect its classification with regard to 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.
  4. hazard pictograms (IS: hættumerki)are nine altogether. They can be accessed in good resolution and a few different formats on the UNECE, the United Nations Economic Commission European website
  5. signal words (IS: viðvörunarorð) – Hætta (Danger) or Varúð (Warning)
  6. hazard statements (IS: hættusetningar), describes the nature of the hazards.
  7. precautionary statements (IS: varnaðarsetningar), appropriate phrases for instructions on safe handling, precautions, reactions, storage and disposal
  8. where applicable, a section for supplemental information.

Here is an example of an Icelandic label that contains information required under the CLP Regulation: