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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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    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).

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    Guidance at a glance - CLP series (7) - Advertising of mixtures For members

    CLP Article 48 requires that "any advertisement for a mixture classified or hazardous or covered by Article 25(6) which allows a member the general public to conclude a contract for purchase without first having sight of the label, shall mention the type or types of hazard indicated on the label. 

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    Guidance at a glance - CLP series (6) - Notification to CLI For members

    Regulation 1272/2008 (CLP) introduced a new element to the European Union (EU) classification, packaging and labelling requirements for hazardous chemicals. This was a requirement for manufacturers and importers, in certain cases, to notify to ECHA the classification of the substances that they supply or import for inclusion in the Classification and Labelling Inventory (CLI).

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    Guidance at a glance - CLP series (5) - Packaging For members

    According to CLP, if your product is going to be supplied to the general public you may need, depending on the product hazards, to ensure that your receptacle closure is a Child-Resistant Fastening (CRF) and/or that the receptacle has a Tactile Warning of Danger (TWD), either moulded into the receptacle or applied as a sticker.

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    Guidance at a glance - CLP series (4) - Safety Data Sheets For members

    The requirements of CLP and REACH together form the basis of chemical control legislation, and changes introduced by CLP2 have had, and continue to have, significant impact on Safety Data Sheets (SDS) - in particular with changes to the requirements for SDS that become applicable on 1 June 2015, when CLP comes fully into force.

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    Guidance at a glance - CLP series (3) - Classification For members

    For a correct CLP implementation you need to be aware of the transitional periods and deadlines for classifying, labelling and packaging your chemicals, as well as of the main changes derived from shifting systems and the provisions provided in related legislation (e.g. REACH). This FEICA guidance aims to assist members with the classification process. 

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    Guidance at a glance - CLP series (2) - Labelling For members

    Labelling under CLP is intended to ensure the effective communication of the hazardous properties of the chemicals to the potential users, and to others who might be exposed to the chemical.

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    Guidance at a glance - CLP series (1) - Introduction to CLP For members

    Introduction to the classification, labelling and packaging of chemicals in Europe (CLP, acronym for the EU directly acting Regulation (EC) No 1271/2008). 

    Law in all EU Member States since January 2009, but is being phased in with the end of the transitional period for most supply of mixtures, being 1 June 2015.

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    FEICA Briefing Paper 2013 - Update on the CLP and its ATPs. For members

    FEICA Briefing Paper for Members - Update on the CLP and its ATPs.