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Document UN GHS - upper limit operator - standard composition

Hello everybody,

I have a question according a section in the documentation "GHS_V5-1 - GHS Version 5.1 – Functional Description" (Regulatory Content - August 2016) on page 17 - standard composition:

Can somebody give me an example for this assumption of the rule set?

And explain me why this assumption will be used?

Thanks for your advice.



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  • Jul 15, 2017 at 04:05 PM

    Dear Melanie

    not using SERC:

    The explanation is not "straightforward". BUt i assume you know this:

    1.) some how youmust preparesuitabel composition to be used for many rulesets

    2.) To my knowlegde:The rulesets are some times deisgned in such a way that they can handle "bad"W data maintenance

    3.) Many rule sets try to calculate something based on composition. Now we have "Average", "lower" and "upper limit". Depending on context Many rukestes will use the values in "upper limite" to derive something. Now per "value" you can specify an "operator" ("<" or "<="). NOw ite seems to be that the rule is defined as: if operator is "<" used the vakue and multiply with 0.999 and then go on with calculation

    The other part of the senteance: sorry: I do not catch teh meaining


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