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FEICA Briefing Papers, Member Guidances, Fact Sheets and other regulatory publications, including the FEICA Snapshot, are internal documents, available for FEICA members only. These documents, marked with a grey 'member' icon, are for internal use only, not for distribution.

There are 123 FEICA papers

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  • ENES Action 4.1. lead by DUCC (DUCC document) For members

    Introduction to the Pilot Project on ESs and communication in the supply chain. Formulator step: testing SUMI selection approach.

  • ENES Action 4.1. lead by DUCC (Application form) For members

    Application Form for the Pilot Project on ESs and communication in the supply chain. Formulator step: testing SUMI selection approach.

  • ENES Action 4.1. lead by DUCC (FEICA instructions) For members

    FEICA introduction for the Pilot Project on Exposure Scenarios and communication in the supply chain - Formulator step: testing SUMI selection approach (action 4.1)

  • Guidance at a glance - CLP series (10) - Poison Centres For members

    The tenth publication in the CLP series focuses on the harmonised information needed to respond to health-related emergencies.


    The document’s objective is to guide FEICA members on how to submit relevant information regarding their hazardous mixtures placed on the market to the national appointed bodies. Such information will be gathered to allow Poison Centres to provide rapid medical assistance in case of emergency. 

  • A safe future for polyurethane products For members

    New version - Although a final regulation is not foreseen before 2020, we trust you will find this update helpful.


    The industry is strongly committed to the safe use of diisocyanates and safety at the workplace. This leaflet is intended to provide information to customers about the upcoming new regulation on the use of diisocyanates for industrial and professional applications.


  • A safe future for polyurethane products (IT) For members

    New version - Although a final regulation is not foreseen before 2020, we trust you will find this update helpful. (Italian Version)

    The industry is strongly committed to the safe use of diisocyanates and safety at the workplace. This leaflet is intended to provide information to Italian speaking customers about the upcoming new regulation on the use of diisocyanates for industrial and professional applications.


  • A safe future for polyurethane products (DE) For members

    New version - Although a final regulation is not foreseen before 2020, we trust you will find this update helpful. (German Version)

    The industry is strongly committed to the safe use of diisocyanates and safety at the workplace. This leaflet is intended to provide information to German speaking customers about the upcoming new regulation on the use of diisocyanates for industrial and professional applications.


  • A safe future for polyurethane products (FR) For members

    New version - Although a final regulation is not foreseen before 2020, we trust you will find this update helpful.(French Version)

    The industry is strongly committed to the safe use of diisocyanates and safety at the workplace. This leaflet is intended to provide information to French speaking customers about the upcoming new regulation on the use of diisocyanates for industrial and professional applications.

  • Briefing Paper on polyurethane one-component foam (OCF) vs. spray foam cans (SFC) technology For members

    FEICA’s OCF TWG has identified two spray foam can (SFC) manufacturers that supply products to the European market without providing the necessary labelling safety information for use by both consumers and professionals. Their safety requirements are based on misleading testing procedures and incorrect interpretation of results, which could have an impact on the OCF industry as these SFC cans are very similar in packaging format to the OCF technology. 


    The purpose of this internal paper is to help members to introduce the issue to their organisations and clearly differentiate the two technologies to avoid any future potential problems with the authorities. 

  • FEICA Fact Sheet on the classification and labelling of one-component moisture curing polyurethane foams containing MCCP For members

    Following the re-classification and thus re-labelling of medium-chained chlorinated paraffins (MCCP) according to the ‘Adaption to Technical Progress (ATP)’ of CLP Regulation, FEICA's OCF Technical Working Group has published a Fact Sheet on the classification and labelling of one-component moisture curing polyurethane foams containing MCCP. 


    This internal document describes the steps taken to re-classify the labelling of hazard symbols for OCF pressurised containers containing MCCP, as the FEICA OCF TWG commissioned two independent expert institutes that confirmed that no long-term aquatic hazards and chronic effects are to be expected.