Key documents that underpin the regulatory requirements for aerosols manufactured and sold in Australia, including classification and labelling, are AS2278.1-2008 and the Australian Dangerous Goods (or ADG) Code.
Click here to read more about the Aerosol Standard, AS2278 … why it is important, what it covers, where to get a copy, as well as important information about aerosols under 50 ml, and plastic and glass aerosols.
Click here to read more about the Australian Dangerous Goods Code, ADG7 … how ADG7 references AS2278 and where to get a copy.
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