Flammable liquids, both raw materials and finished products, are frequently used in manufacturing sites. This guidance document highlights the main electrostatic hazards associated with handling of flammable liquids, together with sources of information to assist with safe handling to avoid fires through static ignition of flammable atmospheres.
This information note explains that ongoing regulatory actions concerning tattoo inks are not relevant for EuPIA members’ products.
Printing inks and related products may be used in the production of children’s toys. This statement explains how the Toy Safety Directive 2009/48/EC and associated European standards apply to these materials.
Energy curing technology is important in the production of all types of printing applications where their fast drying, durable and high gloss finish make them suitable for immediate use. The purpose of this document is to provide guidance on the safe use of Ultraviolet (UV) and Electron Beam (EB) inks and varnishes.
Printing inks based on nitrocellulose (NC) are an often used solvent ink type in rotogravure and flexographic printing of packaging. In order to assist the printer to safely apply and use the ink and related products that contain NC this document sets out some guiding rules for proper handling.