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    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. 

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    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. 

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    Update on ECHA activities November 2018 For members

    FEICA reports on various ECHA activities through the usual channels. Sometimes an additional update such as this one is published for our members with a recap of recent and general news.

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    FEICA Briefing paper & Call for Action - notification of information on hazardous chemical mixtures for emergency health response: workability study on the new requirements For members

    Call for action


    To address concerns raised by stakeholders on the workability of new requirements on the submission of information on hazardous chemical mixtures for emergency health response, the European Commission has launched a study; the appointed consultant is Wood Plc. 

    This Briefing paper & Call for action provides the background information on the workability regarding provisions of Annex VIII under the CLP regulation. Issues with the practical implementation were raised by industry, leading to the above mentioned study.

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    Update on ECHA activities May-June 2018 For members

    FEICA reports on various ECHA activities through the usual channels. Sometimes an additional update such as this one is published for our members with a recap of recent and general news.

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    Update on ECHA activities March 2018 For members

    FEICA reports on various ECHA activities through the usual channels. Sometimes an additional update such as this one is published for our members with a recap of recent and general news.

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    Update on EU institutions March 2017 For members

    FEICA reports on various EU activities through the usual channels. Sometimes an additional update such as this one is published for our members with a recap of recent and general news.

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    Guidance at a glance - CLP series (9) - Placing on the market For members

    Under CLP, the act of "Placing on the market” determines the point at which the CLP requirements apply to general chemicals (substances and or mixtures) ‘supplied’ in the European Union (EU). This includes toll manufactured chemicals (chemicals formulated by one company for another company).

    This guidance explains the consequences for FEICA members of the "placing on the market" definition.

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    FEICA Fact Sheet - EU Biocidal Products Regulation (BPR) For members

    Updated Fact Sheet on BPR - The EU Biocidal Product Directive (BPD) was revised and turned into an EU Regulation. This means that it will be directly applicable as such, in all EU Member States. The Biocidal Products Regulation (BPR) includes enhanced requirements for labelling, and in particular, for treated articles.

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    Guidance at a Glance - CLP series (8) - Prohibitions For members

    CLP does contain some prohibitions applicable to adhesives and sealants. There are additional restrictions that may be applicable, set out in REACH Annex XVII, and some substances may be prohibited from use in adhesive and sealant mixtures (unless specifically authorised for that use - which would be unlikely).