Exposure to chemical agents and chemical safety

This SLIC guidance document was developed for National Labour Inspectorates, with the aim of increasing inspectors’ confidence in addressing and regulating health risks from welding activities and exposure to welding fumes, thereby enhancing the effectiveness of interventions principally in...
This European social partner agreement is proactively implementing the occupational exposure limits recommended by the European Scientific Committee on Occupational Exposure Limits (SCOEL), which was included in the revision of Directive 2004/37/EC on carcinogens or mutagens at work, which set a...
The Non-binding Guide for Employers and Health and Safety Practitioners provides an overview of the issues surrounding the safe use of MNMs at work; sets out the broad outlines for preventive action; and provides a practical tool for complying with specific aspects of ensuring worker safety, such as...
The Working Party on Chemicals developed the present guidance for employers concerning the interface between the Chemical Agents Directive (CAD) and REACH.
Guidance documents aim at facilitating the implementation of REACH by describing good practice on how to fulfil the obligations.
The CLP Regulation ensures that the hazards presented by chemicals are clearly communicated to workers and consumers in the European Union through the effective classification and labelling of chemicals.
The practical guide provides information on the identification of asbestos and asbestos products and raises awareness of the asbestos presence.
Directive 98/24/EC sets out minimum standards on health and safety for those working with chemical agents.
The Agreement aims at protection of health of Employees and other individuals occupationally exposed at the workplace to Respirable crystalline silica from materials/products/raw materials containing crystalline silica.