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  • FEICA Guidance 2009 on Use Reporting under REACH.pdf

    Uploaded April 27, 2016

    FEICA Guidance on Use Reporting under REACH, version 2

    FEICA guidance to assist members in communicating information in the supply chain during the use reporting phase (until 1 December 2009 for the first wave of registrations).

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  • FEICA Briefing Paper - Sensitisers.pdf

    For members Uploaded April 06, 2016

    FEICA Internal Briefing Paper on sensitisers.

    An overview of the current status of discussions concerning sensitisers, and a summary of FEICA’s activities on the topic.

    #REACH #SVHC #health&safety


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  • FEICA in the news - ECHA.pdf

    Uploaded February 25, 2016

    ECHA Newsletter 2016 Issue 1, February: Supply Chain communication - help yourself, use the tools

    ECHA, sector associations and EU Member States have worked for two years to develop tools and templates to improve communication on safe use in the supply chain. The work has got off to a promising start: new tools that help both registrants and downstream users have already been published and many more are in the pipeline.

    In this article ECHA has interviewed Divina Gómez, Regulatory Affairs Manager at FEICA, about the use maps being developed for the adhesive and sealant industry helping them to prepare more realistic safety assessments for their REACH registrations.

    #REACH #exposurescenarios #health&safety


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  • FEICA Fact sheet - SPERCs - Wide dispersive use of adhesives and sealants by professional users and consumers .pdf

    Uploaded December 21, 2015

    FEICA has developed sector-specific SPERCs to comply with REACH chemical safety assessments. The SPERCs allow the refinement of the environmental emission estimations, as they provide more realistic parameter values.

    #REACH #SPERCs


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  • FEICA Fact sheet SPERCs - Industrial Use of Substances in Adhesives.pdf

    Uploaded December 21, 2015

    FEICA has developed sector-specific SPERCs to comply with REACH chemical safety assessments. The SPERCs allow the refinement of the environmental emission estimations, as they provide more realistic parameter values. 

    #REACH #SPERCs


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  • FEICA Fact sheet SPERCs - Formulation of adhesives.pdf

    Uploaded December 21, 2015

    FEICA Fact sheet SpERCs - Formulation of adhesives, version 2, revised February 2013

    FEICA has developed sector-specific SPERCs to comply with REACH chemical safety assessments. The SPERCs allow the refinement of the environmental emission estimations, as they provide more realistic parameter values.

    #REACH #SPERCs


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  • FEICA Briefing Paper - Endocrine Disruptors (EDs).pdf

    For members Uploaded December 11, 2015

    FEICA Briefing Paper on Endocine Disruptors (EDs)

    Whilst the discussions on Endocrine Disruptors are not yet finalised, this briefing paper aims at giving a short overview of the topic for FEICA members by summarising the steps done so far and the next steps to come.

    #REACH #endocrinedisruptors


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  • Guidance at a glance - ES series (2) - Relevance of SPERCs to FEICA members.pdf

    For members Uploaded December 01, 2015

    This second publication in the FEICA 'Guidance at a Glance' series on Exposure Scenarios (ES) addresses the Specific Environmental Release Categories (SPERCs) with an overview of their relevance for FEICA members.

    FEICA, among other sector associations, developed SPERCs on a voluntary basis using a recently standardised best practice format .The FEICA SPERCs describe the environmental emissions from typical uses of adhesive and sealants in industrial, professional and do-it-yourself applications, as well as from its product formulation.  Together with the recent development of the sector-Specific Worker Exposure Descriptions (SWEDs) and sector-Specific Consumer Exposure Determinants (SCEDs), the SPERCs build the basis for registrants to provide safe use scenarios of their chemicals. For FEICA members they can provide evidence and facilitation in safe use communication.

    #REACH #exposurescenarios #SPERCs


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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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