Contact the Norwegian Poison Information Centre if you suspect poisoning22 59 13 00
Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
The Norwegian Poison Information Centre answer questions about acute poisonings and give advice about suitable treatment in cases of poisoning. The centre is a department under the Norwegian Institute of Public Health.
The Norwegian Poison Information Centre answer questions about acute poisonings and give advice about suitable treatment in cases of poisoning. The service is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We serve the whole country, and take enquiries from health care professionals, as well as the public.
Call (+47) 22 59 13 00 if you suspect poisoning. You will talk to a poison expert, and enquiries can be conducted in English if necessary. In case of serious or life threatening symptoms, call 113 for help.
Declaration according to CLP art. 45 and annex VIII is done through ECHA: https://poisoncentres.echa.europa.eu/home. We accept declarations in English, Norwegian, Swedish and Danish.
You may also have to declare the chemicals to The Norwegian Product Register (national legislation). https://www.environmentagency.no/areas-of-activity/product-register/
The Norwegian Poisons Information Centre has access to both registers.
Before 1/1-2020 the duty to declare according to CLP art. 45 is only through declaration to the Product Register. After this date consumer products to be put on the Norwegian marked must be declared (also) via ECHAS poison centre system. The two systems will co-exist as they have different scope and only partially overlapping information.
For products that are correctly declared to the Product Register before 1/1-2021 the declaration is valid until 1/1-2025 given that the product does not change (according to CLP annex VIII part A, 1.4. and 1.5.)
Please note that the two systems will co-exist, and you may need to declare your product to both places. It was the wish of the Norwegian Product Register and poison centre for a system with one notification covering both systems. Unfortunately, this was not possible due to the strict regulations in article 45.
Appointed bodies according to CLP article 45 is both The National Institute of Public Health (poison centre) and The Environment Agency (The Product Register).
In section 1.4., you should use our number (+47) 22 59 13 00 as we are the only poison centre in Norway.
There is no declaration directly to the poison centre. Declaration is made to The Norwegian Product Register and to ECHA: