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WORKSHOP on EXPOSURE SCENARIOS Communication in the Supply Chain Helle Simon Elbro Danish Paint Association in collaboration with DHI SDS.

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1 WORKSHOP on EXPOSURE SCENARIOS Communication in the Supply Chain Helle Simon Elbro Danish Paint Association in collaboration with DHI SDS

2 Agenda Danish REACH project Exposure Scenarios and our assumptions An example of Description of Use Further work

3 GOAL for Danish REACH project Protecting/improving business DU company Raw material suppliers Customers Producing Products Selling products Sourcing raw materials Pro-active

4 Tools DU company Raw material suppliers Customers Building Awareness

5 Tools DU company Raw material suppliers Customers Analysis of Product/raw material Assortment (REACH Temperature Measurement)

6 Tools DU company Raw material suppliers Customers Extended Raw Material Description

7 Tools DU company Raw material suppliers Customers Description of Use

8 Agenda Danish REACH project Exposure Scenarios and our assumptions An example of Description of Use Further work

9 Customer SDS Raw materialSubstance SDS Product Paint & Adh. USE EU Agency Manufacturer REACH Exposure Scenarios Registration dossier CSR Extract EXPOSURE SCENARIO Conditions of safe use 1) manufacture 2) use in entire life-cycle. RMMs1) Human exposure 2) Environment incl. waste-handling ES

10 Revision of ES (by M/I) Identified use Manufacturer Paint & Adh. SDSExtract SDS CSR revised SDS

11 Identified use SDS XX Manufacturer Paint & Adh. Break down or Confidential use Development of ES by DU CSR DU EU Agency NOTIFICATION SDS Extract

12 Where will the ES be made? M/I DU Increasing Complexity Better protection of Confidential Information More value for whole industry Sector - or National level Pro-active communication Assumption 1: In general: ESs should be made as high up in the supply chain as possible, but DUs are to participate pro-actively - either on sector or national level. (In a few cases DU makes ESs themselves)

13 Why is it so important to be pro-active? Time Few days Years Change of solvent based on Certificate of Analysis New additive in functional product (wood-stain) Lab-testing Field evaluation External documentation Approval at Authorities Validation at (industrial) customer

14 Paint & Adh. What forms will the ES take? Description of Use/ Template Exposure Scenario Inherent properties of chemical + Final Exposure Scenarios = Manufacturer SDS Substance Assumption 2: DUs makes description of use/Template Exposure Scenario from which the M/Is make the final ES to be included in the SDS

15 Which part of the life-cycle to start from? Paint & Adh. or Customer use Assumption 3: In our work, we have started by describing our customers use: - Other actors up the supply chain have similar unit operations - Customers use is less controlled (limited industrial use) - Focus on use of formulated product. Manufacture (own use)

16 Categories of chemicals Which should we have in mind - up front? Assumption 4: Uses of all classified substances above a given conc. will need to be identified. - Substances with low classification/conc. may only need confirmation of RMM. - Other substances with higher classification/conc may need more precise description of use. Raw materials Increasing classification Cobolt siccative (alkyd paints) Additives (water-based paints) Water Butanone oxime (alkyd paints)

17 Determinants of exposure HOW RISK MANAGEMENT MEASURES AMOUNTFREQUENCYDURATIONWASTE HANDLING STP WHERE indoor outdoor WHO

18 Paint & Adh. Description of use -also includes RMMs and Waste handling! Final Exposure Scenarios Inherent properties of chemical + = Manufacturer Final RMMs and Waste-handling Current (best) practice: RMMs and Waste-handling x or confirmed Description of Use/ Template Exposure Scenario

19 Agenda Danish REACH project Exposure Scenarios and our assumptions An example of Description of Use Further work

20 Scheme for Description of use HOW RISK MANAGEMENT MEASURES AMOUNT FREQUENCY DURATION WHO WHERE WASTE HANDLING

21 HOW RISK MANAGEMENT MEASURES AMOUNT FREQUENCY DURATION WHO WHERE WASTE HANDLING Scheme for Description of use

22 HOW RISK MANAGMENT MEASURES AMOUNT FREQUENCY DURATION WHO WHERE WASTE HANDLING Scheme for Description of use

23 HOW RISK MANAGEMENT MEASURES AMOUNT FREQUENCY DURATION WHO WHERE WASTE HANDLING Scheme for Description of use

24 HOW RISK MANAGEMENT MEASURES AMOUNT FREQUENCY DURATION WHO WHERE WASTE HANDLING Scheme for Description of use

25 HOW RISK MANAGEMENT MEASURES AMOUNT FREQUENCY DURATION WHO WHERE WASTE HANDLING Scheme for Description of use

26 HOW RISK MANAGEMENT MEASURES AMOUNT FREQUENCY DURATION WHO WHERE WASTE HANDLING Scheme for Description of use

27 HOW RISK MANAGEMENT MEASURES AMOUNT FREQUENCY DURATION WHO WHERE WASTE HANDLING Scheme for Description of use

28 Filling out Description of use Raw material used in wood protection product for professional spray application at out-door conditions. Raw material used in decorative product for brush application by normal consumers DU Immediate raw material supplier

29 Agenda Danish REACH project Exposure Scenarios and our assumptions An example of Description of Use Further work

30 Possible future work 1/2 Make final Exposure Scenarios –Paint –Adhesive Collaborate with supplier on raw material to develop right form of Template/Final ES Collaborate with Arona network: ES is still to be defined in practice Test concept with Technical Service in DU and with customers

31 Exposure routes Potential future work 2/2 Environment Prof. & Industrial Consumer Target groups Water Soil Air Environment Human Oral Skin contact Inhalation Amount of material transferred to different exposure routes All usages

32 THE END

33 Pilot work (financed by industry) Companies Project Organisation Project work (100% financed by Danish EPA) Hempel Dana Lim Dyrup 30% 60% Hse consult: 100% project leader Ad Hoc Consultancy work Danish Paint Association Responsible for Project

34 Pilot companies Examples of product types: Decorative, Marine and Anticorrosive Paints Adhesives; Sealants; Inks and Wood-protection Market segments: Consumer, Professional, Industry Large variation in size of companies: Local niche companies Nordic based European International Most pilot companies have production in Dk Most pilot companies are Danish owned Members of associations Producing members Pilot companies

35 External complexity – seen from Manufacturer Manufacturer DU Company Distributor DU Company Distributor DU Company Soap & Detergents Nail Varnish remover Professional Application of paint Substance

36 External complexity – seen from DU Distributor DU CompanyManufacturer EU Customer Raw material Product Paint & Adh. BLACK BOX Manufacturer Re-brander Manufacturer 20 raw materials pr. product

37 DistributorProduction Distributor EU Production DistributorProduction Paint & Adh. Coping with external complexity! Sales office for mother company Distributor (import from outside EU) Production Company Distributor (EU based goods)

38 Functional communication Supplier Sales responsible Technical Dept. HSE Paint & Adh. Purchase responsible R/D HSE Commercial Technical Service Customer


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