Health Hazard Reclassifications

There is continuing and increasing scrutiny of the health and safety hazards associated with chemical exposures.  This scrutiny, much of which at present is the result of the European Union’s REACh (and Classification and Labeling – CLP regulations) which continuously accumulates data on chemical safety and health, frequently results in the health/safety hazard re-classification of chemical substances – including substances used in printing inks.

Recently, three photoiniators/amine synergists used in some printing inks were reclassified to a more restrictive health hazard.   Read more on the NAPIM Members’ website

 

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