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  • DUCC issues paper on history of supporting REACH.pdf

    Uploaded November 05, 2018
    DUCC published a paper to highlight its activities over the last 10 years which are contributing to the implementation of some of the actions identified in the Commission report on the operation of REACH, as the result of the REACH 2017 review. (e.g. action 1 on the update of registration dossiers, action 3 on extended safety data sheets and action 12 on the interface between REACH and Occupational Safety & Health). 
     
    FEICA as member of the Downstream Users of Chemicals Co-ordination Group (DUCC) has contributed to the development of the paper, and more importantly, to the activities included therein regarding the REACH Regulation. 

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  • How to use SUMIs: operational framework (DUCC).pdf

    Uploaded September 25, 2017

    Safe Use of Mixtures Information (SUMI) is a communication template, developed by the Downstream Users of Chemicals Co-ordination Group (DUCC) to facilitate the information-flow downstream to the end-users.

    #SUMIs #DUCC #exposurescenarios


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  • DUCC - Substance Evaluation Tips for Downstream Users.pdf

    For members Uploaded May 08, 2017

    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

    #DUCC #REACH


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  • Joint statement on Sector use maps.pdf

    Uploaded October 10, 2016

    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.

    #DUCC #exposurescenarios #health&safety

     

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  • DUCC publishes new document on Safe Use of Mixtures (SUMI).pdf

    Uploaded January 04, 2016

    DUCC published an explanatory document on "Sector Specific approaches towards developing and communicating information for the safe use of mixtures” which includes a template on the SUMI – the Safe Use of Mixtures Information, thus providing its members and formulators with an important tool for compliance with the REACH obligations in communicating safe use conditions of mixtures, as per article 31 (7) of REACH. FEICA is also working on the approach outlined in the document and, being a partner of DUCC, gave input to the guidance.

    #DUCC #SUMIs #health&safety


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  • Guidance at a glance - ES series (1) - ECHA's CSR/ES roadmap - FEICA's contribution.pdf

    For members Uploaded December 01, 2015

    This first document in the 'Guidance at a Glance - Exposure Scenarios (ES) Series' is a general document to explain FEICA’s contribution to ECHA’s Chemical Safety Report/Exposure Scenario (CSR/ES) roadmap, which sets out an action plan to improve the mechanisms needed to get ready for the next REACH registration deadline in 2018.

    FEICA, as an active participant in the programme is committed to deliver its plan actions to achieve the goals of the REACH Regulation for the safe use of chemicals.

    To that aim, FEICA has been an active contributor to the development of aspects of the Roadmap, either alone or through its participation in the Downstream Users of Chemicals Coordination group (DUCC). To ensure the link with the registrants, FEICA also collaborates with CEFIC to bring the views of the downstream users.

    #REACH #DUCC #exposurescenarios


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