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This table shows an overview of the main industry associations that are developing information necessary for Manufactures/Importers for the preparation of the Chemical Safety Report. The table consists of one column per sector association where the main activities are mentioned. It also includes links to the information (if available) and a contact person for further information. There is a worksheet 'Acronyms' with the list of associations. It may help you to indentify the relevant association Should you wish to make the activities of your association included in this table, please contact Cefic: Mercedes Viñas firstname.lastname@example.org Disclaimer: The information contained in this paper is intended for guidance only and whilst the information is provided in utmost good faith and has been based on the best information currently available, is to be relied upon at the user’s own risk. No representations or warranties are made with regards to its completeness or accuracy and no liability will be accepted CEFIC nor any company participating in CEFIC for damages of any nature whatsoever resulting from the use of or reliance on the information. ease contact Cefic: Overlook associations activities - key identifiers Please note that this is a living document and will be updated as soon as new information is available. Updated March 2011 List of Associations ATIEL - Technical Association of the Concawe - The oil companies' European AISE - International Association for Soaps, European Lubricants Indsutry /ATC - CEFS - European Committee of Sugar CEPE - European Council of producers and importers of paints, Colipa - European Cosmetics Association association for Environment, Health and ECCA - European Coil Coating Association Detergents and Maintenance Products Technical Committee of Petroleum Manufacturers printing inks and artists’ colours Safety in refining and distribution Association/Project Name Additive Manufacturers in Europe (see acronyms sheets) Sector Detergents- soaps Lubricants / Lubricant additives Sugar factory products Coatings, Inks, Artist colors Cosmetics Petroleum Coil Coatings 1. Use Descriptor Mapping X X x X X x 1.1. Use of an specific template using the DUCC template and have developed our maps following the DUCC template DUCC Template DUCC Template DUCC template DUCC Template Use of templates from Cefic GES process work of CEPE 1.2. Does your Use descriptor mapping include X No jargon intended No jargon intended, but inevitably will be some No X We have tried to avoid it wherever possible and stuck to the use sector-specific jargon descriptors (eg PROCs and ERCs) given in ECHA guidance documents Human Exposures: typical worst cases published for: 1. the manufacture of coatings, inks and artists's colours. 2. the industrial, professional application of coatings, inks and artists' colours. 3. the consumer application of coatings. Environmental emissions: Specific 2. Operational conditions Environmental Release Categories (SpERCs) and Fact Sheets for the Exposure duration: 8 h/day. Consumer exposure not covered e.g. exposure duration, process Temperature, X - X x manufacture of coatings, inks and artists' colours published; SpERCs (addressed under the cosmetics legislation) etc. and Fact Sheets published for a consumer application of coatings and for a number of professional and industrial application processes. (http://www.cepe.org/EPUB/easnet.dll/ExecReq/Page?eas:template_im =100087&eas:dat_im=101AED) Human exposures: typical industry standards and best practices published for: 1. the manufacture of coatings, inks and artists' colours. 2. the industrial, professional application of coatings, inks and artists' colours. 3. the consumer application of coatings. Environmental 3. Risk Management Measures exposures: Specific Environmental Release Categories (SpERCs) and e.g. presence of Local Exhaust Ventilation, use X* X - Fact Sheets for the manufacture of coatings, inks and artists' colours Not specified. X x of gloves, googles, etc. published; SpERCs and Fact Sheets published for a consumer application of coatings and for a number of professional and industrial application processes. (http://www.cepe.org/EPUB/easnet.dll/ExecReq/Page?eas:template_im =100087&eas:dat_im=101AED) 4. Generic Exposure Scenario * - X - X* X x if you are cooperating with suppliers Liaison with suppliers (ATC/ESIG/ associations to develop GES, please indicate with ESIG/ESVOC Concawe) and DU Assns included in the with ESIG/ESVOC, ethanol manufacturers X Liaison with DU Assns included in the process CEPE and AISE the name of the association(s) you are working process with 5. Standard Phrases** - X - X X X - 5.1. Standard phrases of Operational conditions X In progress; some phrases provided to EuPhrac X X 5.2. Standard phrases of RMM X In progress; some phrases provided to EuPhrac X X 5.3. Standard phrases of other fields of the ES X In progress; some phrases provided to EuPhrac X X Overview SpERCs for coatings and inks manufacture and for coatings and inks application for sectors not covered by active user associations 6. spERCs http://www.aise.eu/reach/exposureass_sub4.ht http://www.atiel.org/Reach_GES.htm available: X X m http://www.cepe.org/EPUB/easnet.dll/ExecReq/Page?eas:template_im= 100087&eas:dat_im=101AED ATC contact: Malcolm Evans Janice Robinson Gary Minsavage 7. Contact Peter Freunscht email@example.com Oscar Ruiz Yvonne Barcelona. Yvonne.firstname.lastname@example.org +32 2 513 email@example.com Manuela Coroama (firstname.lastname@example.org, +32 2 227 66 22) email@example.com (include email and phone number) firstname.lastname@example.org ATIEL Contact: Howard Hayes email@example.com 60 52 +32 2 676 7482 +32-2-566.91.63 firstname.lastname@example.org 7. Status In progress In progress All actions complete In progress In progress In progress All actions complete http://www.comitesucre.org/files/34e833b http://www.colipa.eu/safety-a-science-colipa-the-european-cosmetic- 9. Link to relevant information http://www.cepe.org/EPUB/easnet.dll/ExecReq/Page?eas:templ http://www.aise.eu/reach/exposureass.htm http://www.atiel.org/Reach_GES.htm a85481d3d8ff626a9617c1030_1259934309 cosmetics-association/reach-and-chemicals-/use-and-exposure- Only for Concawe members www.prepaintedmetal.eu/reach (if available) .xls ate_im=100087&eas:dat_im=101AED information-.html 10. Latest update Nov-09 Dec-10 Dec-09 24 February 2011 April 2010 Jun-09 Dec-10 Information in English only. Information available in English only Information available in English only 11. Comments * for mixtures * A Generic Exposure Scenario is applicable for a group of substances with a similar risk profile and aggregates individual Exposure Scenarios for a particular area of application such as a process chemical, cleaning agent or coating. More information Guidance on ES on: http://cefic.org/en/reach-for-industries- documents-and-tools.html ** Standard phrases are phrases for RMM, OC or others which have been developed by the associations with a consolidation, review process in place ETAD - The Ecological EDANA - International and Toxicological Eurometaux - European FECC - European FEICA - Association of ISOPA - European PEST - Plastics PPRM - Polyester SRM - Solvent TEGEWA - ECMA - European Catalyst Manufacturers ECPA - European Crop association serving the EIGA - European Industrial EFCC - European Federation for EPMA - European Powder EPRA - European Phenolic ERMA - European Resin IFRA - International I&P Europe - Imaging and RECONSILE - TEGEWA and ESIG - European Solvents Industry Group Association of Dyes ETRMA - European Tyre & Rubber Manufacturers' Association Association of non-ferrous Association of Chemical European adhesives and Diisocyanates and Polyols Exposure Scenarios Powder Resin Resins German Textiles TEGEWA Association Protection Association nonwovens and related Gases Association Construction Chemicals Metallurgy Association Resins Association Manufacturers Association Fragrance Association Printing Association Silicon consortia FEDERCHIMICA/AISPEC and Organic Pigments metals Distributors sealants manufacturers Producers Association Team Manufacturers Manufacturers association industries Manufacturers Product manufacturers and Fragrance Material Polyester Powder Uses of spin finishes technology providers for Solvent resins Processing of Catalysts Crop protection Nonwovens Industrial Gases Construction Powder metallurgy Phenolic Resins Resin Solvents Pigments Rubber Metals Distributors Adhesives and sealants Manufacturers and Diisocyanates and polyols Plastics Resin Silicone industry in the fibre Processing of leather Laboratory the imaging and printing manufacturers Textiles Compounders Manufacturers processing idustry industry X X (Yes) x x x X X X X X x X X x X X X X X x x x x x use of specific GES template use of specific GES template aligning with basic DUCC DUCC template DUCC template aligning with basic DUCC - - X Multi-metallic questionnaire DUCC template X DUCC Template DUCC DUCC DUCC-Template DUCC-Template DUCC-Template DUCC-Template elements elements X X X No jargon intended - X* X X - - x - x - link with GES by process and concept in the proposed tool for exposure modelling MEASE: X (Yes) http://www.ebrc.de/ebrc/ebrc- X X (exposure duration) X X X X X - X X X x x x x mease.php; and DU scaling tool: http://www.arche- consulting.be/Metal-CSA- toolbox/du-scaling-tool X link with GES by process and concept in the proposed tool for exposure modelling MEASE: http://www.ebrc.de/ebrc/ebrc- X X (LEV, use of gloves, googles) X X X X X X - X X X x x x x X mease.php; and DU scaling tool: http://www.arche- consulting.be/Metal-CSA- toolbox/du-scaling-tool X Generic exposure scenario templates have been developped X X X X X X X - X X - in progress in progress in progress FEDERCHIMICA/A ISPEC; Gesamtverband der deutschen Textil- und Modeindustrie e. ETRMA has been closely cooperating with ERCA (European Rubbe V.; Verband der Chamical Association). The work focused on the practical Nordwestdeutsche Our downstream Our downstream implementation of the Tyre/Rubber Industry GES for the n TEGEWA and with eurometaux and metal REACH consortia - with ESIG/ESVOC entire plastics chain users are memebrs users are members TEGEWA and IVC CSA/ES/RC of specific substances. By means of this cooperation, Textil- und FEDERCHIMICA/AISPEC of CEPE, etc. of CEPE, FEICA etc. new information/data have been also generated for further refining Bekleidungsindustr the original GES. ie e.V.; TVI- Verband e.V. Gesamtverband der deutschen Textilveredlungsind ustrie Will be developped in 2011 x BDI standard phrases - X X X - X - - - - x X - X ongoing work X X - - - - - x X - X ongoing work X X x x - - - x X - ongoing work X x x - - - http://www.arche- http://www.feica.eu/ehs- No spERCs from EDANA at http://info.vci.de/user_cc/SpERCs/Forms/ http://www.esig.org/en/regulatory- work in progress; draft available on request this stage AllItems.aspx http://www.etrma.org/public/activitieschemreach.asp consulting.be/Metal-CSA- sustainability/reach/feic X - information/reach/ges-library/ges-spercs-2 toolbox/spercs-tool-for-metals a-use-descriptors For ERMA: J. Hemmings Dr. Volker Paul Becker email@example.com Schröder Dr. Volker Schröder Dr. Volker Schröder Rocky Rowe Oliver Bisazza E. Setien Olivier Coube firstname.lastname@example.org For Véronique Schoune Dr. Pierfrancesco Fois Lorenzo Zullo Ophélie Roblot Cristina Arregui Bjoern-Markus Sude Pierre Germain Michel De Poortere Pierre Germain email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com Dr. Gunther Uhlhorn Dominique de Halleux - firstname.lastname@example.org +32 2 Pierre WOLFS V. Verougstraete Jana Cohrs Wolfram Frank W. Claes +32 2 663 1550 Oliver.Bisazza@edana.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org copy to : Methacrylates/Acrylates/ERMA email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org technical@etrma@org +32 2 679 02 62 email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com +49 (0)69-2556- +49 (0)69-2556-1343 +49 (0)69-2556-1343 firstname.lastname@example.org 676 72 12 +32 2 2177098 email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com +32 2 740 18 21 +3226767416 +33 4 42 12 47 44 Tom McKellar-Smythe GES project: +32 2 676 72 69 + 41 616909963 +32 2 218 4940 firstname.lastname@example.org +32 2 214 20 45 +49 69 2556 1410 +3226767377 +3226767369 +3226767377 1343 +49 7329 97 2330 email@example.com M. Pemberton firstname.lastname@example.org +441625548059 All actions All actions In progress All actions complete All actions complete In progress All actions complete All actions complete All actions complete In progress All actions complete In progress All actions complete In progress All actions complete In progress In progress All actions complete In progress All actions complete In progress In progress In progress In progress All actions complete complete complete http://www.cefic.org/About-us/How- http://www.cefic.org/About-us/How- http://www.sigmaaldrich.co http://www.fecc.org/fecc/activ http://www.tegewa.de/reac Are-We-Organised/Cefic- Are-We-Organised/Cefic- m/etc/medialib/docs/Sigm ities/safety-health-a- http://www.feica.eu/index.php? http://www.ip- Headquarter/The-Industry- Headquarter/The-Industry- http://www.tegewa.de/reach/verwe http://www.tegewa.de/reach/verwendungen- h/verwendungen-in-der- http://www.cefic.org/Documents/Other/ECMA- Link to website to be provided http://www.edana.org/Content/ http://www.epma.com/New_non_m http://www.esig.org/en/regulatory- http://www.isopa.org/isopa/inde http://pestpublic.plastics. Sectors/Fine-Speciality-and- Only for Reconsile Sectors/Fine-Speciality-and- ndungen-in-der-textilindustrie- in-der-chemiefaserherstellunguses-of- a- www.eiga.org http://info.vci.de/user_cc/default.aspx http://www.epra.eu/50.html http://www.etrma.org/public/activitieschemreach.asp http://www.reach-metals.eu/ environment-she/171- option=com_content&view=arti europe.com/files/use_descript Consumer-Chemicals/Polyester- Consumer-Chemicals/Solvent- uses-of-auxiliariescolourants-in- spin-finishes-in-the-fibre-processing- lederindustrie-uses-of- 2009-10-30-GES-mapping-website-version-3.xls Default.asp?PageID=498 embers/tools.htm information/reach/ges-library/ x.php?page=reach net/public/ members Aldrich/General_Informatio mapping-of-uses-of-the- cle&id=103&Itemid=195 or_system_ip_europe.xls Powder-Resin-Manufacturers- Resin-Manufacturers- textile-industry.html industry.html auxiliariescolourants-in- Sector-Group-PPRM/REACH-and- SRM/REACH-and-Solvent-Borne- n/1/sial_laboratory_use_m chemical-distribution-sector Polyester-Powder-Resins/ Resins/ leather-industry.html apping.xls Dec-10 Feb-11 Jun-09 Dec-10 Dec-10 Jun-09 Mar-10 Nov-09 Dec-10 Jun-09 Dec-10 Feb-11 Jul-09 Dec-10 May-10 Sep-10 Jul-09 May-09 Dec-09 Dec-09 Feb-10 Jan-10 Jan-10 Jan-10 Apr-10 Guidance on how to prepare GES for the metals sector has Use descriptors for spin been developed by the finishes in the fibre Eurometaux ES taskforce in processing industry The ETRMA generic exposure scenario document (link above) is Use descriptors 2009. GES are developed by have been discussed in intended to provide necessary inputs required by REACH regitrants have been process in the metals sector. the frame of the CEFIC Use descriptors have for developing substance specific exposure scenarios. developed in the Use mappings available in REACHpage only for EIGA Several metal consortia have Textiles and Apparel been developed by The relevant Use Descriptors frame of the the field of: members for list of uses with used the GES concept to * Description is clear and Value Chain Platform Use descriptors have laboratory chemical to select for Crop Protection ETRMA shall be considered as a platform for discussing substance CEFIC Textiles - nonwovens uses descriptors; develop metal-specific ES by simple, but some phrases by the Belgian, German been developed by the distributors (Sigma- are defined. ECPA has specific issues which may emerge during the registration process in Information only available in and Apparel Value - superabsorbent applications not decided which support for process. Eurometaux has been are considered as jargon for no restricted access no restricted access and Italian associations German and Italian Aldrich, B.Kraft, developed a series of tools to English Chain Platform by - components for absorbent RMM and standard phrases relation to the tyre and rubber industry. Associations and focusing afterwards on the the sector (although and CIRFS. The leather auxiliaries Honeywell) in cooperation derive exposure scenarios for the Belgian, hygiene products, and but will be for members only registrants invovled in the development of registration development of tools to support understandable) published version on associations. with SGCI considering crop protection uses. German and - wet wipes English only dossiers are encuraged to contact ETRMA in case of deviation the development of GES: the TEGEWA-website information from Italian textile and from OCs and RMMs described in the ETRMA Rubber Industry mapping & user descriptor tool is a proposal from customers textile auxiliaries GES: suport will be provided for data/information refinement. (multimetallic questionnaire), TEGEWA. The other associations. exposure assessment tools involved associations (MEASE), DU scaling tool, do not have agreed SPERCs. With the feedback upon it at the moment. from the 2010 registrations, Background Background information is information is available in English available in language. For an Italian English language. version please contact For an Italian email@example.com . version please Leather use descriptors contact Background information explained in leather v.servizi@federchi is available in English specific jargon are mica.it . Textile language. available in English and use descriptors German language explained in textile (TEGEWA-Website) and specific jargon are in Italian language ( available in firstname.lastname@example.org) German language ECPA has developed a series of tools to derive exposure scenarios for crop protection uses. (TEGEWA- Website) and in AISE ATC ATIEL CEFS CEPE COLIPA Concawe ECCA ECMA ECPA EDANA EIGA EFCC EPMA EPRA ERMA ESIG ESVOC ETAD ETRMA Eurométaux FECC FEICA IFRA I&P Europe ISOPA PEST PPRM RECONSILE SRM TEGEWA International Association for Soaps, Detergents and Maintenance Products Technical Committee of Petroleum Additive Manufacturers in Europe Technical Association of the European Lubricants Indsutry European Committee of Sugar Manufacturers European Council of producers and importers of paints, printing inks and artists’ colours European Cosmetics Association The oil companies' European association for Environment, Health and Safety in refining and distribution European Coil Coating Association European Catalyst Manufacturers Association European Crop Protection Association International association serving the nonwovens and related industries European Industrial Gases Association European Federation for Construction Chemicals European Powder Metallurgy Association European Phenolic Resins Association European Resin Manufacturers Association European Solvents Industry Group European Solvents Industry Platform The Ecological and Toxicological Association of Dyes and Organic Pigments Manufacturers European Tyre & Rubber Manufacturers' Association European Association of non-ferrous metals European Association of Chemical Distributors Association of European adhesives and sealants manufacturers International Fragrance Association Imaging and Printing Association European Diisocyanates and Polyols Producers Association Plastics Exposure Scenarios Team Polyester Powder Resin Manufacturers Silicon consortia Solvent Resins Manufacturers German Textiles association
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