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    DUCC - Substance Evaluation Tips for Downstream Users For members

    DUCC publication, December 2016

    If you are a downstream user of a substance listed in the draft Community Rolling Action Plan (CoRAP) and you own or have access to useful information (such as use, exposure and risk assessment data, even measured data), this document lists the actions you can take.

    This information compliments ECHA's leaflet on Substance Evaluation

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    FEICA Supporting Paper - SCEDs Consumer Habits Survey

    FEICA Supporting Paper on consumer habits related to Specific Consumers Exposure Determinants (SCEDs) under REACH


    The FEICA SCEDs cover a full range of consumer habits, in terms of use frequency, duration and amount of adhesive or sealant product used. They are based on information about the identification of habits and practices originally developed under the scope of the ConsExpo project (RIVM 2007) and further complemented with company data plus a recent FEICA survey on consumer habits.
    The present summary covers the results of the survey, conducted between November 2014 and January 2015 covering 3 countries in Western, Southern, and Northern Europe, with representative respondents.

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    Update on ECHA activities For members

    Overview of ECHA activities


    FEICA has been reporting to its members on these different ECHA's activities through the usual channels. Since there is a lot of information in different areas, we thought this overview might come in handy.

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    FEICA in the news - FEICA publishes Use Maps to help improve communication under REACH

    Polymers Paint Colour Journal (PPCJ), Vol. 206 - n° 4627, December 2016. 


    In this article, Divina Goméz, Regulatory Affairs Manager at FEICA, said that she "urges registrants to use the data contained in the FECA Use Maps to prepare or update their REACH dossiers."

    All information on the FEICA Use Maps can be found on the FEICA website here.

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    FEICA Briefing - REACH 2018 Deadline Awareness For members

    FEICA aims to ensure that companies receive the necessary information to prepare their REACH registrations. This briefing will help you establish whether the final REACH registration deadline affects you. If it does, it will provide further guidelines on how to fully prepare for 31 May 2018.

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    Letter on use communication - REACH 2018 For members

    FEICA recommends all its members to check that their critical substances are going to be registered in time, and that their uses will be covered in the registration dossier. This template letter on ‘use-communication’ can assist you. See the FEICA Briefing on the REACH 2018 Deadline Awareness for more information.

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    Press Release | FEICA publishes Use Maps to improve communication under REACH

    FEICA, the Association of the European Adhesive and Sealant Industry, has published Use Maps to help registrants understand how substances are typically handled in this industry, and to support Chemical Safety Assessments under REACH that reflect relevant and realistic information on adhesives and sealants. 

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    Joint statement on Sector use maps

    A joint statement titled "Improving the safe use of chemicals in Europe through excellence in supply chain communication" was signed on 6 October 2016 by DUCC, ECHA and CEFIC.

    Accurate and clear information on the conditions of safe use of chemicals generated and communicated along the supply chain is essential in ensuring the successful implementation of the European Union’s REACH Regulation. To that end, DUCC, ECHA and CEFIC acknowledge the crucial role that sector use maps play in achieving excellence in supply chain communication.
       
    Please see the ECHA and CEFIC communications for more info. 

    FEICA (as part of DUCC) will continue promoting the tools and raising awareness among downstream industry organisations to produce sector use maps to support registrants in generating meaningful exposure scenarios.

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    Guidance at a glance - ES series (5) - Communicating information on ‘use’ for mixtures within the supply chain: SWEDs and SUMIs - for members For members

    The fifth publication in the FEICA 'Guidance at a Glance' series on Exposure Scenarios (ES) explains how to communicate information on ‘use’ for mixtures within the supply chain, SWEDs and SUMIs


    This document, developed by FEICA's Exposure Scenarios TTF, explains the sector-specific, bottom-up approach to help you comply with your REACH obligations to provide ‘safe use information’ for classified hazardous mixtures.

    • It includes the ‘solution’ to communicate Safe Use of Mixture Information (SUMIs) downstream to the end-users – i.e. your customers. 
    In addition it also covers the solution to assist you informing on your uses and use conditions upstream:  
    • the Sector-specific Worker Exposure Description (SWEDs), which serves as upstream communication of the exposure parameters for the registrants’ assessments.

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    Guidance at a glance - ES series (4) - Communicating information on ‘use’ for mixtures within the supply chain: Use maps - for members For members

    The fourth publication in the FEICA 'Guidance at a Glance' series on Exposure Scenarios (ES) explains how to communicate information on ‘use’ for mixtures within the supply chain, the so-called Use Maps


    This document, developed by FEICA's Exposure Scenarios TTF, explains you the different ‘exposure packages’ and use reporting tools that are being finalised to assist you with the communication of the uses and conditions of use of your typical adhesive and sealant applications upstream - i.e. to your  suppliers (to ultimately have your use covered in the registrant’s dossier).