1,4-Phenylenediamine

Substance overview Plus
Name:
1,4-Phenylenediamine
CAS Number:
106-50-3
Synonyms:
1,4-Benzenediamine, 1,4-Diaminobenzene, 1,4-Phenylenediamine, 4-Aminoaniline, p-Aminoaniline, Paraphenylenediamine, p-Benzenediamine, p-Diaminobenzene, p-Phenylenediamine
Approval number:
HSR003049
Substance description:
 
UN Number:
1673
Hazard Classifications Plus

6.1C (All), 6.1C (O), 6.1C (D), 6.1C (I), 6.4A, 6.5B, 9.1A (All), 9.1A (F), 9.1A (C), 9.1A (A), 9.3B

Hazardous Substance (Hazardous Property Controls) Notice 2017 Plus
Regulation:
HPC Notice Part 4 Clause 47
Description:

Equipment for class 9 substances must be appropriate

Variation:
 
Regulation:
HPC Notice Part 4 Clause 48
Description:

Records of application of class 9 pesticides and plant growth regulators

Variation:
 
Regulation:
HPC Notice Part 2
Description:

Certain substances restricted to workplaces only

Variation:
 
Regulation:
HPC Notice Part 3
Description:

Hazardous substances in a place other than a workplace

Variation:
 
Regulation:
HPC Notice Part 4 Subpart A
Description:

Site and storage controls for class 9 substances

Variation:
 
Hazardous Substances (Classes 6, 8, and 9 Controls) Regulations 2001 Plus
Regulation:
Regs 11 – 26
Description:
Limiting exposure to toxic substances through the setting of TELs
Variation:

No ADE, PDE, TELs set at this time for this substance.

Regulation:
Regs 32 – 45
Description:
Limiting exposure to ecotoxic substances through the setting of EELs
Variation:

Regulation32: This regulation applies as if subclauses (1) and (2) were omitted.

Explanation: The default environmental exposure limits are deleted.

Regulation:
Regs 46 – 48
Description:
Restrictions on use of substances in application areas
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Hazardous Substances (Identification) Regulations 2001 Plus
Regulation:
Regs 6, 32 – 35, 36(1) – (7)
Description:
Identification requirements, accessibility, comprehensibility, clarity and durability
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Regulation:
Reg 9
Description:
Priority identifiers for ecotoxic substances
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Regulation:
Reg 14
Description:
Priority identifiers for toxic substances
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Regulation:
Reg 18
Description:
Secondary identifiers for all hazardous substances
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Regulation:
Reg 20
Description:
Secondary identifiers for ecotoxic substances
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Regulation:
Reg 25
Description:
Secondary identifiers for toxic substances
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Regulation:
Reg 26
Description:
Use of generic names
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Regulation:
Reg 27
Description:
Requirements for using concentration ranges
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Regulation:
Regs 29 – 31
Description:
Additional information requirements, including situations where substances are in multiple packaging
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Regulation:
Reg 36(8)
Description:
Durability of information for class 6.1 substances
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Regulation:
Regs 37, 39, 47 – 50
Description:
General documentation requirements
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Regulation:
Reg 41
Description:
Specific documentation requirements for ecotoxic substances
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Regulation:
Reg 46
Description:
Specific documentation requirements for toxic substances
Variation:
 
Regulation:
Reg 53
Description:
Advertising corrosive and toxic substances
Variation:
 
Hazardous Substances (Packaging) Regulations 2001 Plus
Regulation:
Regs 5, 6, 7(1), 8
Description:
General packaging requirements
Variation:
 
Regulation:
Reg 9
Description:
Criteria that allow substances to be packaged to a standard not meeting Packing Group I, II or III criteria
Variation:
 
Regulation:
Reg 19
Description:
Packaging requirements for toxic substances
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Regulation:
Reg 21
Description:
Packaging requirements for ecotoxic substances
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Regulation:
Schedule 3
Description:
Packaging requirements equivalent to UN Packing Group III
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Hazardous Substances (Disposal) Regulations 2001 Plus
Regulation:
Reg 8
Description:
Disposal requirements for toxic and corrosive substances
Variation:
 
Regulation:
Reg 9
Description:
Disposal requirements for ecotoxic substances
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Regulation:
Reg 10
Description:
Disposal requirements for packages
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Regulation:
Reg 11
Description:
Information requirements for manufacturers, importers and suppliers
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Regulation:
Reg 13
Description:
Documentation requirements for manufacturers, importers and suppliers
Variation:
 
Hazardous Substances (Emergency Management) Regulations 2001 Plus
Regulation:
Regs 6, 9 – 11
Description:
Level 1 information requirements for suppliers
Variation:
 
Regulation:
Reg 8(e)
Description:
Information requirements for toxic substances
Variation:
 
Regulation:
Reg 8(f)
Description:
Information requirements for ecotoxic substances
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Regulation:
Regs 12, 13, 15, 16, 18 – 20
Description:
Level 2 information requirements for suppliers
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HSNO Additional controls Plus
Regulation:
77A
Description:
A use restriction is applied to this substance.
Variation:

No person may use this substance as a pesticide, or veterinary medicine; however, this substance may be used in the formulation of a pesticide or veterinary medicine.

HSW (Hazardous Substance) Regulations Part 2 Labelling, signage, safety data sheets and packaging Plus
Regulation:
HSW Reg 2.1 - 2.4
Description:

Workplace labelling of hazardous substance containers

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Regulation:
HSW Reg 2.5 - 2.10
Description:

Signage

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Regulation:
HSW Reg 2.11
Description:

Safety data sheets

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Regulation:
HSW Reg 2.12 - 2.14
Description:

Packaging

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HSW (Hazardous Substance) Regulations Part 3 General duties relating to risk management Plus
Regulation:
HSW Reg 3.1
Description:

Inventory

Variation:
 
Regulation:
HSW Reg 3.2-3.3
Description:

Managing risks associated with hazardous substances

Variation:
 
HSW (Hazardous Substance) Regulations Part 4 Certified handlers and supervision and training of workers Plus
Regulation:
HSW Reg 4.5 - 4.6
Description:

Information, instruction, training and supervision

Variation:
 
HSW (Hazardous Substance) Regulations Part 5 Emergency Management Plus
Regulation:
HSW Reg 5.6-5.13
Description:

Emergency response plans

Variation:
 
HSW (Hazardous Substance) Regulations Part 13 Class 6 and 8 substances Plus
Regulation:
HSW Reg 13.3-13.4
Description:

Records of application for class 6 substances

Variation:
 
Regulation:
HSW Reg 13.7
Description:

Duty of PCBU who directs work using class 6, 8.1, 8.2, or 8.3 substances to ensure equipment is appropriate

Variation:
 
Regulation:
HSW Reg 13.8
Description:

Duty of PCBU who directs work using class 6 and 8 substances to ensure personal protective equipment used

Variation:
 
Regulation:
HSW Reg 13.10
Description:

Substances not requiring a certified handler to be secured

Variation:
 
Regulation:
HSW Reg 13.14 - 13.16
Description:

Transportation of certain class 6 and 8 substances

Variation:
 
Regulation:
HSW Reg 13.17
Description:

Prohibition on use of substance in excess of tolerable exposure limit

Variation:
 
Regulation:
HSW Reg 13.18
Description:

Duty of PCBU to ensure prescribed exposure standards for class 6 substances not exceeded

Variation:

No WES values are set for this substance at this time.

Regulation:
HSW Reg 13.26-13.29, 13.35-13.37
Description:

Storage and segregation of certain class 6 or 8 substances

Variation:
 
Regulation:
HSW Reg 13.30 -33
Description:

Secondary containment requirements for class 6 and 8 pooling substances

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Regulation:
HSW Reg 13.34, 13.38-13.39
Description:

Duty of PCBU to establish hazardous substance location and compliance certificate requirements where certain class 6 or 8 substances present

Variation:
 
Regulation:
HSW Reg 13.40-13.44
Description:

Separation of hazardous substance locations holding class 6 and 8 substances

Variation:
 
Regulation:
HSW Reg 13.45
Description:

Additional emergency management requirements for certain class 6 or 8 substances

Variation:
 
HSW (Hazardous Substance) Regulations Part 16 Tank wagons and transportable containers Plus
Regulation:
HSW Part 16
Description:

Requirements for tank wagons and transportable containers

Variation: