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CEN Guida sulle sostanze chimiche negli standard dei prodotti

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CEN Guida sulle sostanze chimiche negli standard dei prodotti

Guide for addressing chemicals in standards for consumer-relevant products

CEN Guide 16 - Edition 1, 2017-07-19

Le guide e gli strumenti esistenti a disposizione dei comitati tecnici (TC) nel CEN sono spesso considerati troppo generali e un certo numero di TC sono in una determinata necessità di un approccio più pratico e di orientamenti più dettagliati su questioni specifiche. Una delle questioni più rilevanti identificate è stata come affrontare le sostanze chimiche pericolose negli standard.

I TC non sono consapevoli dell'importanza di considerare prodotti chimici pericolosi o spesso non dispongono delle competenze su come elaborare disposizioni specifiche in materia di norme. Tali disposizioni sono tuttavia necessarie per garantire che le norme del prodotto sul mercato rispettino la legislazione sulle sostanze chimiche e contribuiscano a ridurre al minimo gli impatti ambientali e ambientali delle sostanze chimiche nei prodotti.  

Obiettivo

Lo scopo di questo progetto è stato quello di sviluppare una nuova Guida CEN che fornisca supporto ai comitati tecnici su come sviluppare requisiti in standard di prodotto che possono contribuire a ridurre al minimo l'uso di sostanze chimiche pericolose nei prodotti e quindi ridurre i rischi sanitari e ambientali derivanti dall'esposizione alle sostanze chimiche .

Descrizione

Questo progetto è stato avviato dalla Commissione Europea (DG GROW) in collaborazione con CEN. Il progetto è guidato da un team di progetti composto da ASI, Danish Standards (DS), dall'Associazione spagnola di standardizzazione e certificazione (AENOR) e dall'organizzazione europea per i cittadini ecosostenibili di standardizzazione (ECOS).

Il progetto comprende tre attività chiave:

- La creazione e l'esecuzione di un gruppo di esperti multidisciplinari incaricato di informare il team di progetto;
- Lo sviluppo di una Guida che include raccomandazioni pratiche per gli standardizzatori su come includere i requisiti relativi alle sostanze chimiche negli standard dei prodotti;
- Lo sviluppo di una strategia per la promozione e l'attuazione della Guida.

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Contenuto della Guida CEN 16 (EN):

Contents Page
Foreword
Introduction
1 Scope
2 Terms and definitions
3 Regulatory, normative and policy background
3.1 General
3.2 Chemicals legislation
3.2.1 REACH Regulation
3.2.2 CLP Regulation
3.2.3 Other relevant chemicals legislation
3.3 Relevant EU regulation for articles and associated standards
3.3.1 General considerations
3.3.2 General Product Safety Directive (GPSD) and related standards
3.3.3 Toy Safety Directive (TSD) and related standards
3.4 EU policy developments, discussions, scientific opinions and tools relevant to chemicals
3.5 Relevant national product regulation and policy developments
3.6 Voluntary specifications (ecolabel criteria, industry initiatives and standards)
3.7 International developments
4 Basics of Chemical Safety Assessment (CSA)
5 Chemical requirements for consumer-relevant articles
5.1 General aspects
5.2 Substances of Very High Concern (SVHC) included in Annex XIV of REACH
5.3 Carcinogenic, mutagenic and toxic to reproduction (CMR) substances – generic provisions
5.4 Generic provisions for other hazard classes in the CLP Regulation
5.5 Generic provisions for other hazard properties not covered by the CLP Regulation
5.5.1 Endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs)
5.5.2 Persistent, bio-accumulative and toxic (PBT) and very persistent and very bioaccumulative (vPvB) substances
5.6 Nanomaterials
5.7 Certain elements (metals)
5.7.1 REACH restrictions for consumer-relevant articles
5.7.2 Other regulatory provisions for articles and related standards
5.7.3 Voluntary specifications for consumer-relevant articles
5.7.4 Remarks
5.8 Flame retardants
5.8.1 REACH restrictions for consumer-relevant articles
5.8.2 Other regulatory provisions for articles and related standards
5.8.3 Voluntary specifications for consumer-relevant articles
5.8.4 Remarks
5.9 Colourants
5.9.1 REACH restrictions for consumer-relevant articles
5.9.2 Other regulatory provisions for articles and related standards
5.9.3 Voluntary specifications for consumer-relevant articles
5.9.4 Remarks
5.10 Primary aromatic amines
5.10.1 REACH restrictions for consumer-relevant articles
5.10.2 Other regulatory provisions for articles and related standards
5.10.3 Voluntary specifications for consumer-relevant articles
5.10.4 Remarks
5.11 Monomers
5.11.1 REACH restrictions for consumer-relevant articles
5.11.2 Other regulatory provisions for articles and related standards
5.11.3 Voluntary specifications for consumer-relevant articles
5.11.4 Remarks
5.12 Plasticizers
5.12.1 REACH restrictions for consumer-relevant articles
5.12.2 Other regulatory provisions for articles and related standards
5.12.3 Voluntary specifications for consumer-relevant articles
5.12.4 Remarks
5.13 Solvents (content or migration)
5.13.1 REACH restrictions for consumer-relevant articles
5.13.2 Other regulatory provisions for articles and related standards
5.13.3 Voluntary specifications for consumer-relevant articles
5.13.4 Remarks
5.14 Volatile organic compounds (VOC)
5.14.1 REACH restrictions for consumer-relevant articles
5.14.2 Other regulatory provisions for articles and related standards
5.14.3 Voluntary specifications for consumer-relevant articles
5.14.4 Remarks
5.15 Allergenic fragrances
5.15.1 REACH restrictions for consumer-relevant articles
5.15.2 Other regulatory provisions for articles and related standards
5.15.3 Voluntary specifications for consumer-relevant articles
5.15.4 Remarks
5.16 Other substances
5.16.1 Formaldehyde (not covered by requirements above)
5.16.2 N-Nitrosamines and N-Nitrosatable substances
5.16.3 Per- and polyfluorinated compounds (PFCs)
5.16.4 Alkylphenols and Alkylphenolethoxylates (APEOs)
5.16.5 Chlorinated benzenes and toluenes
5.16.6 Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs)
5.16.7 Pesticide residues
5.16.8 Biocides
5.17 Other aspects not related to chemical safety assessment
5.17.1 Colour fastness
5.17.2 Sensory evaluation (smell/odour)
6 Information provision requirements for chemicals in articles
6.1 REACH information provisions for consumer-relevant articles
6.2 Other regulatory information provisions for consumer-relevant articles
6.3 Information provisions in voluntary specifications for consumer-relevant articles
6.4 Remarks
Annex A (informative) List of recommendations
A.1 General
A.2 REACH Regulation
A.3 CLP Regulation
A.4 Other relevant chemicals legislation
A.5 Relevant EU regulation for articles and associated standards
A.6 Chemicals relevant EU policy developments, discussions, related scientific opinions and tools
A.7 Relevant national product regulation and policy developments
A.8 Voluntary specifications (ecolabel criteria, industry initiatives and standards)
A.9 Basics of Chemical Safety Assessment (CSA)
A.10 Chemical requirements for consumer-relevant articles - General aspects
A.11 REACH Substances of Very High Concern (SVHC)
A.12 Carcinogenic, mutagenic and toxic to reproduction (CMR) substances - generic provisions
A.13 Generic provisions for other hazard classes according to the CLP Regulation
A.14 Generic provisions for other hazard properties not covered by the CLP Regulation - Endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs)
A.15 Generic provisions for other hazard properties not covered by the CLP Regulation - Persistent, bio-accumulative and toxic (PBT) and very persistent and very bioaccumulative (vPvB) substances
A.16 Nanomaterials
A.17 Certain elements (metals)
A.18 Flame retardants
A.19 Colourants
A.20 Primary aromatic amines
A.21 Monomers
A.22 Plasticizers
A.23 Solvents (content or migration)
A.24 Volatile organic compounds (VOC)
A.25 Allergenic fragrances
A.26 Formaldehyde (not covered by requirements above)
A.27 N-Nitrosamines and N-Nitrosatable substances
A.28 Per- and polyfluorinated Compounds (PFCs)
A.29 Alkylphenols and Alkylphenolethoxylates (APEOs)
A.30 Chlorinated benzenes and toluenes
A.31 Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs)
A.32 Pesticide residues
A.33 Biocides
A.34 Colour fastness
A.35 Sensory evaluation (smell/odour)
A.36 Information provision and labelling requirements for chemicals in articles
Annex B (informative) Template for information provision
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