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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 #exposurescenarios

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  • FEICA Factsheet on Exposure Scenarios (ES) - 24 May 2013.pdf

    For members Uploaded November 25, 2015

    FEICA Factsheet on Exposure Scenarios (ES) for Adhesives and Sealants

    The fundamental aim of the REACH Regulation is to ensure that all uses are safe to both human health and environment. For that purpose, one ‘communication tool’ requested by REACH is the Exposure Scenarios (‘ES’), or set of information that describes how to use a substance safely. An ‘ES’ covers, therefore, either exposure assessments for the different uses (industrial, professional and consumer) or the environment.

    FEICA is currently carrying out three projects to develop the information on operational conditions and risk management measures for typical adhesive and sealants (A&S) applications. The projects address worker, consumer, and environmental safety by the so-called Generic Exposure Scenarios (GES), Specific Consumer Exposure Determinants (SCEDs), and Specific Environmental Release Categories (SPERCs) respectively.

    #REACH #exposurescenarios #health&safety

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  • FEICA Fact Sheet on the French Nano-Decree - Update June 2013.pdf

    For members Uploaded November 25, 2015

    Update June 2013 -  FEICA Factsheet on the French Nano-Decree

    The French Government published last year regulation concerning the annual mandatory reporting of nanomaterials, which entered into force on 1st January 2013 - based on their placing on the market in 2012. This new regulation aims to improve the knowledge of Nanomaterials and their uses, to ensure traceability of sectors using these substances, to improve the knowledge of the market and the volumes sold, and to obtain available information on toxicological and eco-toxicological characteristics.

    #REACH #nano


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  • Guidance at a glance - CLP series (6) - Notification to CLI.pdf

    For members Uploaded June 23, 2015

    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).

    #REACH #classification&labelling #hazardousproducts

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  • FEICA Briefing Paper 2013 - Update on the CLP and its ATPs..pdf

    For members Uploaded February 19, 2014

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

    #REACH #CLP #classification&labelling

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