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1 Page : 1 FICHE DE DONNEES DE Edition révisée n : 4 SECURITE Date : 12 / 4 / 2011 OXYDE DE ZINC Remplace la fiche : 10 / 9 / 2009 SIL-001 Santé : 1 PRUDENCE : peut être irritant. îñï` 0 Inflammabilité : 0 Non combustible. 1 0 Réactivité : 0 Stable : non-réactif lorsque mélangé avec l'eau. -- Notification spéciale : Producteur SILOX S.A. Rue Joseph Wauters, 144 B-4480 Engis Belgique-Belgie Tel. +32 (0) Fax +32 (0) En cas d'urgence : +32 (0) Synonymes Oxyde de zinc SILOX 2 C / 3 C / HR 10 Oxyde de zinc SILOX ACTIF Oxyde de zinc SILOX HR 30 Oxyde de zinc SILOX ACTIF FREE FLOWING Oxyde de zinc SILOX HR 20 Oxyde de zinc SILOX G 50 SECTION 1. Identification de la substance/du mélange et de la société/l entreprise 1.1. Identificateur de produit Nom chimique : Nom commercial : OXYDE DE ZINC Formule chimique : ZnO Type de produit : Oxyde de zinc. Numéro EC : Numéro d'enregistrement Reach : Numéro CAS : Utilisations identifiées pertinentes de la substance ou du mélange et utilisations déconseillées Usage : Produit utilisé tel quel, en formulation ou en formulation de produits pour : Agent colorant et Pigment, Nourriture pour bétail et Additif alimentaire, Fioul et Additif pour fioul, Intermédiaire, Substance de laboratoire, Lubrifiant et Additif pour lubrifiant, Agent de métallisation et Traitement de surface du métal, Régulateur de processus ( Pas utilisé pour ou Utilisé pour : Polymérisation, Vulcanisation ), batteries, Inhibiteur de corrosion et Détartrant, Fertilisant, Industrie pharmaceutique, Produits photo-chimiques, Semi-conducteurs, Adjuvants de fabrication 1.3. Renseignements concernant le fournisseur de la fiche de données de sécurité Identification de la société : Voir producteur. Courriel de la personne compétente : responsable de la Fiche de Sécurité 1.4. Numéro d appel d urgence (24/24-7/7) N de téléphone en cas d'urgence : SILOX PRAYON S.A. : Tel. +32 (0) En cas d'urgence (centre belge antipoison) : +32 (0) Autres pays : voir section 16 ou SILOX S.A. En cas d'urgence : +32 (0) Rue Joseph Wauters, 144 B-4480 Engis Belgique-Belgie Tel. +32 (0) Fax +32 (0)

2 Page : 2 FICHE DE DONNEES DE Edition révisée n : 4 SECURITE Date : 12 / 4 / 2011 OXYDE DE ZINC Remplace la fiche : 10 / 9 / 2009 SIL-001 SECTION 2. Identification des dangers 2.1. Classification de la substance ou du mélange Classification (EC) N 1272/ : Danger pour le milieu aquatique - Danger aigu - Catégorie 1 - Attention (CLP : 2008 (CLP/GHS) Aquatic Acute 1) Danger pour le milieu aquatique - Danger chronique - Catégorie 1 - Attention ( CLP : Aquatic Chronic 1) Classification 67/548/CEE ( : N; R50-53 DPD) Note : Voir point 16 pour les phrases de risques (R-H-EUH) Éléments d étiquetage Règlement d'etiquetage CE 1272/ 2008 (CLP) Pictogramme(s) de danger Mention d avertissement Identification des dangers (CLP) MÅ : Attention H410 : Très toxique pour les organismes aquatiques, entraîne des effets néfastes à long terme. Conseils de prudence - Prévention : P273 : Éviter le rejet dans l environnement. - Intervention : P391 : Recueillir le produit répandu. - Considérations relatives à : P501 : Eliminer ce produit et son récipient dans un centre de collecte des déchets l'élimination dangereux ou spéciaux, conformément à la réglementation locale, régionale, nationale et/ou internationale Autres dangers Pas PBT ou vpvb selon le règlement (EC) No 1907/2006, Annexe XIII. SECTION 3. Composition/informations sur les composants Nom de la substance Contenance No CAS No CE Annexe CE Classification Oxyde de zinc : > 94 % N; R Aquatic Acute 1 (H400) Aquatic Chronic 1 (H410) SECTION 4. Premiers secours 4.1. Description des premiers secours - Inhalation : Amener la victime à l'air libre. En cas de troubles, appeler un médecin ou demander une aide médicale d'urgence. - Contact avec la peau : Laver la peau avec de l'eau savonneuse. Enlever vêtements et chaussures contaminés. Lavez les vêtements avant réutilisation. - Contact avec les yeux : Rincer immédiatement à l'eau claire durant 15 minutes. En cas de troubles, appeler un médecin ou demander une aide médicale d'urgence. - Ingestion : Rincer immédiatement la bouche avec un peu d'eau. Ne pas faire vomir. En cas de troubles, appeler un médecin ou demander une aide médicale d'urgence. SILOX S.A. En cas d'urgence : +32 (0) Rue Joseph Wauters, 144 B-4480 Engis Belgique-Belgie Tel. +32 (0) Fax +32 (0)

3 Page : 3 FICHE DE DONNEES DE Edition révisée n : 4 SECURITE Date : 12 / 4 / 2011 OXYDE DE ZINC Remplace la fiche : 10 / 9 / 2009 SIL-001 SECTION 4. Premiers secours (suite) 4.2. Principaux symptômes et effets, aigus et différés - Effets et symptômes : Des symptômes type fièvre des fondeurs peuvent apparaître en cas d'inhalation importante Indication des éventuels soins : Administrer du charbon actif. médicaux immédiats et traitements particuliers nécessaires SECTION 5. Mesures de lutte contre l incendie 5.1. Moyens d'extinction - Agents d'extinction appropriés : Non combustible. Utiliser un moyen d'extinction se trouvant à proximité. - Agents d'extinction non appropriés : Aucun Dangers particuliers résultant de la substance ou du mélange - Produits de décomposition et de : Aucun. combustion dangereux 5.3. Conseils aux pompiers - Protection des intervenants : Utiliser un appareil respiratoire (appareil respiratoire autonome avec protection faciale totale). Porter un vêtement de protection approprié. - Protection contre l'incendie : Endiguer les eaux d'extinction d'incendie pour un traitement ultérieur. SECTION 6. Mesures à prendre en cas de dispersion accidentelle 6.1. Précautions individuelles, équipement de protection et procédures d urgence - Précautions individuelles : Eviter la production de poussières. EPI : voir point Précautions pour l'environnement - Précautions pour l'environnement : Empêcher la dispersion. Eviter la contamination du sol. Eviter la pénétration dans les égouts, les eaux de surface et les eaux souterraines. Ne pas laisser partir les résidus par les égouts Méthodes et matériel de confinement et de nettoyage - Mesures après fuite / épandage : Ramasser avec des outils mécaniques. Ramasser le produit déversé et le mettre dans un récipient approprié. Il est fortement recommandé de réutiliser/recycler les déchets Référence à d autres sections Voir point 8 et 13 pour plus d' information. SECTION 7. Manipulation et stockage 7.1. Précautions à prendre pour une manipulation sans danger Mesures de protection - Manipulation : Assurer une extraction ou une ventilation générale du local. Eviter toute exposition inutile. Eviter la production de poussières. SILOX S.A. En cas d'urgence : +32 (0) Rue Joseph Wauters, 144 B-4480 Engis Belgique-Belgie Tel. +32 (0) Fax +32 (0)

4 Page : 4 FICHE DE DONNEES DE Edition révisée n : 4 SECURITE Date : 12 / 4 / 2011 OXYDE DE ZINC Remplace la fiche : 10 / 9 / 2009 SIL-001 SECTION 7. Manipulation et stockage (suite) Conseil sur l'hygiène du travail Ne pas manger, ne pas boire et ne pas fumer pendant l'utilisation. Se laver les mains et toute autre zone exposée avec un savon doux et de l'eau, avant de manger, de boire, de fumer, et avant de quitter le travail Conditions d un stockage sûr, y compris d éventuelles incompatibilités - Stockage : Conserver dans les conteneurs d'origine. Conserver dans des emballages hermétiquement clos. Conserver dans un endroit sec, frais et bien ventilé. Conserver à l'écart des acides et bases. Conserver à l'écart des aliments et boissons, y compris ceux pour animaux. Suivre les précautions d'usage pour la manipulation des produits poussiéreux. SECTION 8 Contrôles de l exposition/protection individuelle 8.1. Paramètres de contrôle Limites d'exposition professionnelle 8 Heures TLV-TWA [mg/m3] : 5 (fumée) (Belgium 2002) 10 (Poussières) (Belgium 2002) 15 minutesvlt-stel [mg/m3/] : 10 (fumée) (Belgium 2002) Autres : Workers DNEL Inhalation solid zinc : 2,5 mg/m3 DNEL Inhalation insolid zinc : 5 mg/m3 General population DNEL Inhalation solid zinc : 1,3 mg/m3 DNEL Inhalation insolid zinc : 2,5 mg/m3 PNEC: PNEC Aqua freshwater : 20,6 mg/l PNEC Aqua marine water : 6,1 mg/l PNEC sediment freshwater : 117,8 mg/kg sediment dw PNEC sediment marine water : 56,5 mg/kg sediment dw PNEC STP : 5, 2 mg/l 8.2. Contrôle de l'exposition Mesures techniques : Utiliser autant que possible en système fermé. Ventilation locale avec aspiration par hotte de captage Assurer un contrôle régulier de l'atmosphère. L'équipement doit être nettoyé à fond après chaque utilisation Protection individuelle - Protection des yeux : Porter des lunettes de sécurité avec écrans latéraux selon la norme EN Protection de la peau : Porter un vêtement de protection fermé. - Protection des mains : Utiliser des gants de protection chimique répondant à "EN 374-2" et "EN 374-3". Demander conseil au fournisseur de gants. Matériel: gants en cuir, gants en coton, gants en caoutchouc. - Protection respiratoire : Porter un appareil respiratoire pour poussières si la manipulation du produit génère des particules aériennes (type FFP2 selon la norme EN 140 ou 149) Contrôle de l'exposition : Eviter le rejet dans l'environnement. environnementale SILOX S.A. En cas d'urgence : +32 (0) Rue Joseph Wauters, 144 B-4480 Engis Belgique-Belgie Tel. +32 (0) Fax +32 (0)

5 Page : 5 FICHE DE DONNEES DE Edition révisée n : 4 SECURITE Date : 12 / 4 / 2011 OXYDE DE ZINC Remplace la fiche : 10 / 9 / 2009 SIL-001 SECTION 9. Propriétés physiques et chimiques 9.1. Informations sur les propriétés physiques et chimiques essentielles Etat physique à 20 C : Poudre Couleur : Blanc cassé à jaune pâle. Odeur : Inodore. ph : 7-8 (suspension - eau) ISO 787 / 9 Point de fusion [ C] : C Point d'ébullition [ C] : Non applicable Masse vol. apparente : Kg/m3 DIN Solubilité dans d'autres ingrédients : (substances organiques). Négligeable. Soluble dans les acides et les bases. Propriétés d'oxydation : Non applicable Coefficient de partage n-octanol/eau : Non applicable Masse moléculaire : Solubilité dans l'eau : < 2 mg/l LISEC BO Limites d'explosivité : Non explosif (VDI2263) SECTION 10. Stabilité et réactivité Réactivité : Stable dans les conditions normales de manipulation et de stockage Stabilité chimique : Stable dans les conditions normales de manipulation et de stockage Possibilité de réactions : Chauffé jusqu'au point de décomposition, libère des fumées dangereuses. dangereuses Conditions à éviter : Aucun Matières à éviter : Conserver à l'écart des acides et bases Produits de décomposition : Aucun. dangereux SECTION 11. Informations toxicologiques Informations sur les effets toxicologiques Toxicité aiguë - Inhalation : LC50 (4 hours) : > 5,7 mg/l (rat, similar to OECD Guideline 403 (Acute Inhalation Toxicity), Klimisch reliable 2) Potential occurrence of metal fume fever by workers following exposure to ultrafine particles of zinc oxide during specific operations. - Cutanée : LD50 : > 2000 mg/kg (data derived via read across). - Ingestion : LD50: > 5000 mg/kg bw/day (rat, similar to OECD Guideline 401 (Acute Oral Toxicity) Klimisch reliable 2) Toxicité à doses répétées : Oral : NOAEL : 13 mg Zn/kg bw/day (rat) (data derived from a 13 weeks study via read across) The maximum allowable daily intake has been established to be 50 mg zinc per day. Inhalation : NOAEC (subacute) : 2,7 mg ZnO/m3 (Guinea pig, Klimisch reliable 2) Corrosion/irritation de la peau et de : Skin: not irritating (Rabbit,mouse, Klimisch reliable 2) l'oeil Eyes: not irritating (Rabbit, EU Method B.5 (Eye Irritation / Corrosion) Klimisch reliable 1) SILOX S.A. En cas d'urgence : +32 (0) Rue Joseph Wauters, 144 B-4480 Engis Belgique-Belgie Tel. +32 (0) Fax +32 (0)

6 Page : 6 FICHE DE DONNEES DE Edition révisée n : 4 SECURITE Date : 12 / 4 / 2011 OXYDE DE ZINC Remplace la fiche : 10 / 9 / 2009 SIL-001 SECTION 11. Informations toxicologiques (suite) Sensibilisation respiratoire ou : Not a skin sensitizer (Guinea pig, EU Method B.6 (Skin Sensitisation) Klimisch cutanée reliable 1) No evidence for respiratory sentizitation properties (weight of evidence approach) Cancérogénicité : On the basis of the existing information it can be concluded that there is no conclusive evidence for carcinogenicity Mutagénicité : In vitro : Negative ( Salmonella typhimurium, Ames test, similar to OECD Guideline 471 ( Bacterial Reverse Mutation Assay), Klimisch reliable 2) In vivo : Negative based on weight of evidence approach (EU risk assessment of zinc compounds, 2008) Toxique pour la reproduction : Fertility: not considered to have detrimental effects on fertility (read across approach) Developmental toxicity: not considered to be toxic for development (read across approach) SECTION 12. Informations écologiques Toxicité - Poissons : - Short-term toxicity to fish : freshwater: Lowest LC50: mg Zn/l approach) Oncorrhynchus Mykiss (read across - Long-term toxicity to fish : Freshwater: Data on 7 species available. NOECs (chronic) range between and mg Zn/l (read across approach) Marine: NOEC (30 days) = mg Zn/l (read across approach) - Plantes aquatiques : EC50: 0.21 mg Zn/l [ data derived from 72 hr, algae (Selenastrum capricornutum) test according to OECD 201] - Invertébrés aquatiques : - Short-term toxicity to aquatic invertebrates : Lowest EC50: mg Zn/l Ceriodapnia dubia (read across approach) - Long-term toxicity to aquatic invertebrates : Freshwater: Data on 13 species available. NOECs range between and mg Zn/l ( dissolved concentrations) (read across approach) Marine: Data on 26 species available. NOECs range between and 0.9 mg Zn/l ( dissolved concentrations) (read across approach) - Microorganismes / Effet sur les : EC50 (3d) : 5,2mg Zn/l (Activated Sludge, Respiration Inhibition Test, read boues activées across approach) Persistance - dégradabilité : Non pertinent. (substance inorganique) Potentiel de bio-accumulation : Non. (Zinc is a natural, essential element which is actively regulated by organisms) Mobilité dans le sol : For zinc (like for other metals) the transport and distribution over the different environmental compartments e.g. the water (dissolved fraction, fraction bound to suspended matter), soil (fraction bound or complexed to the soil particles, fraction in the soil pore water,...) is described and quantified by the metal partition coefficients between these different fractions. A solids-water partitioning coefficient of l/kg (log value 2.2) was applied for zinc in soils. SILOX S.A. En cas d'urgence : +32 (0) Rue Joseph Wauters, 144 B-4480 Engis Belgique-Belgie Tel. +32 (0) Fax +32 (0)

7 Page : 7 FICHE DE DONNEES DE Edition révisée n : 4 SECURITE Date : 12 / 4 / 2011 OXYDE DE ZINC Remplace la fiche : 10 / 9 / 2009 SIL-001 SECTION 12. Informations écologiques (suite) Résultats des évaluations PBT : Pas PBT ou vpvb selon le règlement (EC) No 1907/2006, Annexe XIII. et VPVB Autres effets néfastes : Non. SECTION 13. Considérations relatives à l élimination Méthodes de traitement des déchets - Elimination des déchets : Eliminer le produit conformément aux réglementations locales. Eliminer le produit et son récipient comme un déchet dangereux. Eliminer comme déchet industriel ou déchet dangereux, en fonction du degré et de la nature de pollution. - Emballage : Procéder à la séparation des déchets d'emballage. Eliminer comme déchet industriel ou déchet dangereux, en fonction du degré et de la nature de pollution. - Codes déchet : inorganic wastes containing dangerous substances SECTION 14. Informations relatives au transport ADR/RID/ADN/IMO-IMDG/IATA - No ONU : Shipping name : UN3077 MATIÈRE DANGEREUSE DU POINT DE VUE DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT, SOLIDE, N.S.A. (Oxyde de zinc), 9, III, (E) - Groupe d'emballage : III Code tunnel : E : Passage interdit dans les tunnels de catégorie E. - Etiquetage ADR ào - I.D. n :90 - IMDG-Pollution marine : Oui. - Autres informations relatives au : Classification code: M7 transport SECTION 15. Informations réglementaires Réglementations/législation particulières à la substance ou au mélange en matière de sécurité, de santé et d environnement S'assurer que toutes les réglementations nationales ou locales sont respectées. - Autorisations : Non requis. - Restrictions : Non. - E.U. : Substance included in the Directive 96/82/EC (SEVESO) Classe WGK (Allemagne) : 2 Classification CE : N; R Évaluation de la sécurité chimique Une évaluation de la sécurité chimique a été effectuée. SILOX S.A. En cas d'urgence : +32 (0) Rue Joseph Wauters, 144 B-4480 Engis Belgique-Belgie Tel. +32 (0) Fax +32 (0)

8 Page : 8 FICHE DE DONNEES DE Edition révisée n : 4 SECURITE Date : 12 / 4 / 2011 OXYDE DE ZINC Remplace la fiche : 10 / 9 / 2009 SIL-001 SECTION 16. Autres informations Indication des modifications : Total revision according to Reach regulation Abbréviations et acronymes : ADN : European Agreement concerning international carriage of Dangerous goods by Inland waterways ADR: European Agreement concerning international carriage of Dangerous goods by Road Bw : body weight CAS: Chemical Abstracts Service CLP : Classification, labelling, packaging DNEL: Derivative No effect Level EC: European Community ELV : Emission limit values EN: European Norm EUH: European Hazard Statement EWC : European Waste catalogue ICAO: International Civil Aviation Organization IMDG: International Maritime Dangerous Goods IATA: International Air Transport Association LC50: Median lethal concentration LD50 : Median lethal dose NOAEL : No-observed-adverse-effect-level PBT: Persistent, bioaccumulative, Toxic PNEC: Predicted No effect Concentration REACH : Registration, evaluation and autorisation of chemicals RID : Regulations concerning the international carriage of dangerous goods by rail STEL: Short Term Exposure Limit TWA : Time weighted average vpvb: Very persistent, very bioaccumulative 16.3 Sources des données utilisées : Reach dossier and Zinc Risk Assessment Reports (Final), EU 2008, ECB Phrases relatives aux dangers : H410 : Très toxique pour les organismes aquatiques, entraîne des effets néfastes (R - H) à long terme. R50/53 : Très toxique pour les organismes aquatiques, peut entraîner des effets néfastes à long terme pour l'environnement aquatique Conseils relatifs à la formation : Non Autres données : Emergency numbers Austria (Vienna) : Bulgaria (Sofia) : Croatia (Zagreb) : Cyprus (Nicosia) : 1401 Czech Republic ( Praha) : ou Denmark ( Copenhagen) : Estonia (Tallin) : Finland (Helsinki) : France (Paris) : Germany (Berlin) : Greece (Athens) : (0030) Hungary ( Budapest): Iceland (Reykjavik) : Ireland (Dublin): Italy (Roma) : Latvia (Riga) : Lithuania (Vilnius) : , The Netherlands : Norway (Oslo) : Poland (Krakow) : 48 (12) Portugal (Lisbon) : Romania (Bucarest) : ou SILOX S.A. En cas d'urgence : +32 (0) Rue Joseph Wauters, 144 B-4480 Engis Belgique-Belgie Tel. +32 (0) Fax +32 (0)

9 Page : 9 FICHE DE DONNEES DE Edition révisée n : 4 SECURITE Date : 12 / 4 / 2011 OXYDE DE ZINC Remplace la fiche : 10 / 9 / 2009 SIL-001 SECTION 16. Autres informations (suite) Slovakia (Bratislava) : Slovenia (Ljubljana) : Spain (Madrid) : Sweden (Stockholm) : 112 Switzerland (Zurich) : 145 Turkey (Ankara) : United Kingdom (London) : +44 (0) Le contenu et le format de cette fiche de données de sécurité sont conformes au RÈGLEMENT (CE) N 1907/2006 DU PARLEMENT EUROPÉEN ET DU CONSEIL DENEGATION DE RESPONSABILITE Les informations contenues dans cette fiche proviennent de sources que nous considérons être dignes de foi. Néanmoins, elles sont fournies sans aucune garantie, expresse ou tacite, de leur exactitude. Les conditions ou méthodes de manutention, stockage, utilisation ou élimination du produit sont hors de notre contrôle et peuvent ne pas être du ressort de nos compétences. C'est pour ces raisons entre autres que nous déclinons toute responsabilité en cas de perte, dommage ou frais occasionnés par ou liés d'une manière quelconque à la manutention, au stockage, à l'utilisation ou à l'élimination du produit. Cette FDS a été rédigée et doit être utilisée uniquement pour ce produit. Si le produit est utilisé en tant que composant d'un autre produit, les informations s'y trouvant peuvent ne pas être applicables. Fin du document SILOX S.A. En cas d'urgence : +32 (0) Rue Joseph Wauters, 144 B-4480 Engis Belgique-Belgie Tel. +32 (0) Fax +32 (0)

10 (ZnO) SUMMARY OF EXPOSURE SCENARIOS (ZnO) Page 1 sur 24

11 Table of Contents Introduction to (short) Generic Exposure Scenarios (GES) Table: Generic exposure scenarios (GES) for zinc metal 3 Table: Identified uses for Zn metal and corresponding Generic Exposure Scenario (GES)... 4 GES Zn-1: industrial use of zinc cathodes or slabs, primary or secondary, that are melted, possibly alloyed, and cast/transformed in required massive formats and possibly stored: slabs, ingots, anodes, sheet, bar, wire, pellets, die-cast parts GES Zn-2: industrial use of zinc, pure or alloyed, in the production of zinc powder and dust by different sputtering techniques including coating and superficial passivation steps GES Zn-3: industrial use of zinc ingots or zinc powder in the manufacturing of other inorganic or organic zinc substances through different process routes, hydro-, pyro-, electrolytic processes Zn GES-4: Industrial and professional use of Zn massive or zinc powder, alloyed or not, passivated or not, as active laboratory reagent in aqueous or organic media, as reduction agent for analysis or synthesis Zinc GES-5: Industrial use of Zinc, alloyed or not, for metal surface treatment (e.g. corrosion protection of steel by hot dip galvanising) or for pyrometallurgical extraction processes GES Zn-6: industrial use of zinc massive pieces (i.e. slabs, bars, sheets...), pure or alloyed, cast and optionally further rolled and/or punched to form semi-finished articles GES Zn-7: Industrial and professional use of metallic Zn-powder, alloyed or not, passivated or not, for downstream use of zinc mixtures involving dry or wet processes GES Zn - 8: Industrial and professional downstream use of massive pieces made of -or coated with- zinc, alloyed or not GES Zn - 9: Industrial and professional downstream use of massive zinc powder, contained in liquid preparations Page 2 sur 24

12 Introduction to (short) Generic Exposure Scenarios (GES) For assessment of exposures at local scale, several generic exposure scenarios (GES) were developed in the chemical safety report (CSR) for each zinc substance. This was necessary because of the significant number of uses that was identified for each of the substances. The multitude of identified uses was assigned to the respective GES based on similarity of process, and, consequently, similarity in exposure and risk management measures. So, GES are relevant for the different identified uses that they group at the same time. Approaches for local exposure assessment Assessment of workers exposure is related to the place /process the worker is involved in. The GES group different processes; exposure assessment is done using the worst case approach by considering full shift exposure at the workplace with highest potential for exposure. Risk management measures are specified accordingly. Environmental emissions (notably to water) are usually integrating the totality of emissions from a given site, and cannot be distinguished for each process. Therefore assessments in the GES are done for the site as a whole. Shortened GES for annexing to the e-sds For reasons of clarity, shortened versions of the GES as documented in the CSR have been listed below. These shortened versions focus on a) operational conditions and b) risk management measures. Repetition of information contained in the SDS has been avoided by cross-referencing. How to identify the GES related to a given use? In table below, the generic exposure scenarios (GES) developed for Zn metal are presented. Table: Generic exposure scenarios (GES) for zinc metal (ref : CSR zinc metal, version Nov 2010) Number Sector Uses Code 1 Formulation step: melting, alloying and Formulation general GES Zn 1 casting in massive pieces 2 Formulation step: melting, alloying GES Zn 2 manufacture of powders 3 First tier applications Manufacturing of other GES Zn 3 zinc compounds 4 Laboratory reagent GES Zn 4 5 Use of molten zinc GES Zn 5 6 Transformation of GES Zn 6 massive zinc 7 Use of zinc powders GES Zn 7 8 Second tier applications DU of massive pieces of GES Zn 8 zinc 9 DU of preparations containing zinc powder GES Zn 9 To facilitate the identification of the GES related to a given downstream use, the table below lists the different uses that were identified for Zn metal. In this table, the downstream user can look up its use(s) and find the corresponding GES for attachment to his e-sds. Page 3 sur 24

13 Table: Identified uses for Zn metal and corresponding Generic Exposure Scenario (GES) (ref: CSR zinc metal, version Nov 2010) IU number Identified Use (IU) name GES code 3 Storage of ingots-slabs in warehouses GESZn 1 4 Production of chemicals (pyro) GESZn 3 5 Production of chemicals (hydro) GESZn 3 6 Additive for production of inorganic catalysts GESZn 2 7 Melting, alloying and casting GESZn 1 8 Cathodic protection - sacrifical anodes GESZn 1 9 Downstream use of zinc-based sacrifical anodes GESZn 8 10 Extraction of PM (Parkes process) GESZn 5 11 Zinc casting / granules, pellets, prills, GESZn 1, GESZn 6 12 Zinc sheet casting and rolling GESZn 1, GESZn 6 13 Wire and rods manufacturing GESZn 1, GESZn 6 14 Downstream use of Zn based wire for metal spraying GESZn 8 15 Component for soldering/brazing/welding products GESZn 1, GESZn 6 16 Downstream use of Zinc based brazing/soldering products GESZn 8 17 Strips and coins manufacturing GESZn 1, GESZn 6 18 Batteries ballots, cans manufacturing GESZn 1, GESZn 6 19 Zinc (pure or alloyed) pwder manufacturing GESZn 2 20 Passivated zinc powder manufacturing (pure or alloyed) GESZn 2 21 Use of active powders for batteries GESZn 7 22 Use of Zinc powders, pure or slightly alloyed, for formulation of paints, coatings, and inks GESZn 7 23 Use of zinc powder based paints, coatings and inks GESZn 9 24 Use of zinc powder for mechanical plating GESZn 7 25 Use of zinc powder as reductant reagent GESZn 4, GESZn 7 26 Use of (alloyed) Zn powder as corrosion inhibitor for lubricants 27 use of zinc powder (pure or alloyed) in the manufacture of diamond tools 28 Use of zinc powder (pure or alloyed) in the manufacture of friction lining 29 Use of zinc powder (pure or alloyed) in the manufacture of carbon brushes GESZn 7 GESZn 7 GESZn 7 GESZn 7 30 Brass manufacturing GESZn 1 31 Use of brass casts for transformation into semi-products GESZn 6 32 Use of brass containing products GESZn 8 Page 4 sur 24

14 IU number Identified Use (IU) name GES code 33 Die-casting alloys manufacturing GESZn 1 34 Use of die-casting ingots GESZn 6 35 Manufacturing of Zinc containing Al-alloys GESZn 1 36 Use of zinc containing Al alloys GESZn 6 37 General hot dip galvanizing GESZn 5 38 Continuous hot dip galvanizing GESZn 5 39 Electrogalvanizing GESZn 5 40 Electroplating GESZn 5 41 Production of "targets by (EB) PVD or other sputtering techniques GESZn 5, Generic consumer/environment* 42 Use of galvanized goods Generic consumer/environment * corresponds to GES 10 in IUCLID GES Zn-1: industrial use of zinc cathodes or slabs, primary or secondary, that are melted, possibly alloyed, and cast/transformed in required massive formats and possibly stored: slabs, ingots, anodes, sheet, bar, wire, pellets, die-cast parts. SU: 3,10, 14, 15, 0 (Nace C /C /C /E38.3) PROC: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8b, 9, 13, 15, 21, 22, 23, 24, 26 PC : 7, 38 AC : 1, 2, 3, 7 ERC : 1, 2, 5, 6a, 10a, 11a, 12b Description of activities/process(es) covered in the Exposure Scenario Delivering and stockpiling of the slabs or ingots of zinc and other alloying metals (e.g. Al, Sn, Mg, Ti, Fe, Co, Si, Cu, Ni, Bi ). The ingots are fed into the melting/alloying furnace. The alloying metals are molten and mixed/dissolved in the liquid phase at ~500 C up to 900 C the melt is transferred to the casting ladle or machines, cast into ingots or directly into a (continuous) casting machine to form it as e.g. sheet, rods, bars, wires, sections and tubes Maintenance activities Contributing scenario (1) controlling environmental exposure Product characteristics: see sections 3 (composition) and 9 (phys-chem properties) of SDS Physical state: massive solid Amounts used Up to 1500 T zinc/day Frequency and duration of use: Continuous use Environment factors not influenced by risk management: Flow rate of receiving surface water default: 18,000 m³/d, unless specified otherwise Other given operational conditions affecting environmental exposure Page 5 sur 24

15 Dry manipulations in the whole building: only cooling water is present, whether in closed circuit or reused in another process. Air on the working place is filtered before release outside the building All indoor processes, in confined area. Technical conditions and measures at process level (source) to prevent release: see section of SDS Technical onsite conditions and measures to reduce or limit discharges, air emissions and releases to soil: see section of SDS Organizational measures to prevent/limit release from site: see section of SDS Conditions and measures related to municipal sewage treatment plant: In cases where applicable: default size of the municipal STP (2000 m³/d), unless specified otherwise Conditions and measures related to external treatment of waste for disposal If any, all hazardous wastes are treated by certified contractors according to EU and national legislation. Users of Zn and Zn-compounds have to favour the recycling channels of the end-of-life products Users of Zn and Zn-compounds have to minimize Zn-containing waste, promote recycling routes and, for the remaining, dispose the waste streams according the Waste legislation. Conditions and measures related to external recovery of waste By-products formed during the process are either recycled, internally or externally, or handled further as waste, according the waste legislation Contributing scenario (2) controlling worker exposure Product characteristic: see sections 3 (composition) and 9 (phys-chem properties) of SDS Physical status : massive solid Amounts used Up to 500 T/shift Frequency and duration of use/exposure 8hrs shift (worst case), continuous exposure is assumed as default Human factors not influenced by risk management: Uncovered body parts (potentially) face can be exposed as a result of the nature of the activity Other given operational conditions affecting workers exposure All processes are carried out indoor in confined areas. Technical conditions and measures at process level (source) to prevent release Process enclosures or semi-enclosures where appropriate. Local exhaust ventilation on furnaces and other work areas with potential dust and fumes generation, dust capturing and removal techniques Containment of liquid volumes in sumps to collect/prevent accidental spillage Technical conditions and measures to control dispersion from source towards the worker See SDS section Organisational measures to prevent /limit releases, dispersion and exposure See SDS section Conditions and measures related to personal protection, hygiene and health evaluation: See SDS section Exposure estimation and reference to its source: not relevant, refer to CSR. Risks for workers and to the environment have to be assessed considering the PNECs and DNELs mentioned under SDS sections Guidance to DU to evaluate whether he works inside the boundaries set by the (G)ES. Page 6 sur 24

16 Occupational exposure/environmental emissions The DU works inside the boundaries set by the ES if either the proposed risk management measures as described above are met or the downstream user can demonstrate on his own that his operational conditions and implemented risk management measures are adequate. Detailed guidance for evaluation of ES can be acquired via your supplier or from the ECHA website (guidance R14, R16). Environmental and human exposure can be measured or modelled (more information on tools available in SDS section ). In addition, bioavailability corrections can be integrated in the exposure assessment, if the environmental parameters that are needed for the calculations are documented (see SDS section ) GES Zn-2: industrial use of zinc, pure or alloyed, in the production of zinc powder and dust by different sputtering techniques including coating and superficial passivation steps. SU: 3, 8, 9, 10, 14, 0 (Nace C ) PROC: 2, 3, 5, 8b, 9, 14, 22, 26,27a, 27b PC : 2, 7, 9b, 10, 14, 19, 20, 40 AC : - ERC : 1, 2, 4, 5, 6a, 6b Description of activities/process(es) covered in the Exposure Scenario Delivering and stockpiling of the Zinc slabs or ingots. The Zinc ingots are fed into the melting/alloying furnace. Zinc and, optionally, alloying elements, are molten and mixed at C By gravity, injection or suction, the liquid metal is fed into the sputtering chamber Further cooling, classification, blending and packaging of produced zinc dust and powder. Workers have to place and adjust the bag or drum under the discharge pipe and to set the process in motion. Filled bags or drums are subsequently closed and carried to the storage area. Maintenance activities Contributing scenario (1) controlling environmental exposure Product characteristics: see sections 3 (composition) and 9 (phys-chem properties) of SDS Zinc is produced in its pure form (typically : >99 %) or alloyed. Amounts used Up to T/y Frequency and duration of use Continuous production is assumed as a worst case Environment factors not influenced by risk management Flow rate of receiving surface water default: 18,000 m 3 /d, unless specified otherwise Other given operational conditions affecting environmental exposure Air on the working place is filtered before release outside the building All indoor processes, in confined area. Technical conditions and measures at process level (source) to prevent release: see section of SDS Technical onsite conditions and measures to reduce or limit discharges, air emissions and releases to soil See SDS section Organizational measures to prevent/limit release from site See section of SDS Conditions and measures related to municipal sewage treatment plant: In cases where applicable: use default size of the municipal STP (2000 m 3 /d) unless specified otherwise. Conditions and measures related to external treatment of waste for disposal Page 7 sur 24

17 If any, all hazardous wastes are treated by certified contractors according to EU and national legislation. Users of Zn powders have to favour the recycling channels of the end-of-life products Users of Zn powders have to minimize Zn-containing waste, promote recycling routes and, for the remaining, dispose the waste streams according the Waste legislation. Conditions and measures related to external recovery of waste By-products formed during the process are either recycled, internally or externally, or handled further as waste, according the waste legislation Contributing scenario (2) controlling worker exposure Product characteristic: see sections 3 (composition) and 9 (phys-chem properties) of SDS Zn-powders and dusts are packed in appropriate packaging (e.g. drums) and stored in enclosed buildings => High dustiness is assumed as worst case (particle size from <500µm (powders) down to 10µm (fine dusts) Amounts used Up to 30 T/shift Frequency and duration of use/exposure 8hrs shift (worst case), continuous exposure is assumed as default. Human factors not influenced by risk management Uncovered body parts: (potentially) face exposed as a result of the nature of the activity Other given operational conditions affecting workers exposure All processes are carried out indoor in confined areas. Technical conditions and measures at process level (source) to prevent release: see section of SDS Technical conditions and measures to control dispersion from source towards the worker: See SDS section Organisational measures to prevent /limit releases, dispersion and exposure: See SDS section Conditions and measures related to personal protection, hygiene and health evaluation: See SDS section Exposure estimation and reference to its source: not relevant, refer to CSR. Risks for workers and to the environment have to be assessed considering the PNECs and DNELs mentioned under SDS sections Guidance to DU to evaluate whether he works inside the boundaries set by the (G)ES. Occupational exposure/environmental emissions The DU works inside the boundaries set by the ES if either the proposed risk management measures as described above are met or the downstream user can demonstrate on his own that his operational conditions and implemented risk management measures are adequate. Detailed guidance for evaluation of ES can be acquired via your supplier or from the ECHA website (guidance R14, R16). Environmental and human exposure can be measured or modelled (more information on tools available in SDS section ). In addition, bioavailability corrections can be integrated in the exposure assessment, if the environmental parameters that are needed for the calculations are documented (see SDS section ) GES Zn-3: industrial use of zinc ingots or zinc powder in the manufacturing of other inorganic or organic zinc substances through different process routes, hydro-, pyro-, electrolytic processes SU: 3, 8, 9, 10, 14, 0 (Nace C ) PROC: 2, 3, 8b, 9, 22, 26 PC : 7, 19, 20, 21 AC : na Page 8 sur 24

18 ERC : 1, 2, 6a Description of activities/process(es) covered in the Exposure Scenario 1. In case of wet processes: a. Reception of the Zn metal, transfer to the reaction tank b. Sequential addition of reagents for purification steps and filtration on press filter, when needed (ventilation is adapted). c. Concentration by solvent evaporation, under exhaust hood. d. Possible pouring on a cooling belt or feeding to a crystaliser. 2. In case of dry process a. Reception of zinc metal, transfer to the furnace b. Fuming of the zinc vapour, oxidation in an air stream, cooling and collecting of the dust 3. Discharge and packaging of produced zinc compounds. Filled bags or drums are subsequently closed and carried to the storage area. 4. Exposure to dust can occur during packing of the powder. Solutions are packed in intermediate bulk containers (ca. 1 m3 capacity); solids are packed in bags or drums. 5. Maintenance activities Contributing scenario (1) controlling environmental exposure Product characteristics: see sections 3 (composition) and 9 (phys-chem properties) of SDS Zn-compounds are produced in their pure form e.g; > 99%, or in solution. Amounts used Up to 75 T/d of Zn is transformed to equivalent Zn compound Frequency and duration of use Continuous production is assumed as a worst case. It is possible that use is not continuous; this has to be considered when estimating exposure. Environment factors not influenced by risk management Flow rate of receiving surface water default used: 18,000 m³/d, unless specified otherwise Other given operational conditions affecting environmental exposure Dry process (fuming, oxidation) or wet processes (leaching, filtering, purification) followed by drying (possible grinding), and packaging; All indoor processes, in confined area. Technical conditions and measures at process level (source) to prevent release: see section of SDS High temperature around furnaces Dosing and packaging operations occur under a special ventilation hood Technical onsite conditions and measures to reduce or limit discharges, air emissions and releases to soil See SDS section Organizational measures to prevent/limit release from site See SDS section Conditions and measures related to municipal sewage treatment plant In cases where applicable: default size of the municipal STP (2000 m 3 /d) will be used unless specified otherwise. Conditions and measures related to external treatment of waste for disposal If any, all hazardous wastes are treated by certified contractors according to EU and national legislation. Users of Zn and Zn-compounds have to favour the recycling channels of the end-of-life products Users of Zn and Zn-compounds have to minimize Zn-containing waste, promote recycling routes and, for the remaining, dispose the waste streams according the Waste regulation. Conditions and measures related to external recovery of waste Page 9 sur 24

19 All residues from the wet process are recycled. Users of Zn and Zn-compounds have to favour the recycling channels of the end-of-life products Users of Zn and Zn-compounds have to minimize Zn-containing waste, promote recycling routes and, for the remaining, dispose the waste streams according to the Waste regulation. Contributing scenario (2) controlling worker exposure Product characteristic: see sections 3 (composition) and 9 (phys-chem properties) of SDS Zinc is transformed to equivalent pure zinc compound. The formed zinc compound can be produced as a powder with varying particle size (worst case scenario) or can be in solution. Amounts used Up to maximum 25T/shift Frequency and duration of use/exposure 8hrs shift (worst case) Human factors not influenced by risk management Uncovered body parts: (potentially) face can be exposed as a result of the nature of the activity Other given operational conditions affecting workers exposure All processes are carried out indoor in confined areas. Technical conditions and measures at process level (source) to prevent release: see section of SDS Technical conditions and measures to control dispersion from source towards the worker: See SDS section Organisational measures to prevent /limit releases, dispersion and exposure: See section of SDS Conditions and measures related to personal protection, hygiene and health evaluation: see section of SDS Exposure estimation and reference to its source: not relevant, refer to CSR. Risks for workers and to the environment have to be assessed considering the PNECs and DNELs mentioned under SDS sections Guidance to DU to evaluate whether he works inside the boundaries set by the (G)ES. Occupational exposure/environmental emissions The DU works inside the boundaries set by the ES if either the proposed risk management measures as described above are met or the downstream user can demonstrate on his own that his operational conditions and implemented risk management measures are adequate. Detailed guidance for evaluation of ES can be acquired via your supplier or from the ECHA website (guidance R14, R16). Environmental and human exposure can be measured or modelled (more information on tools available in SDS section ). In addition, bioavailability corrections can be integrated in the exposure assessment, if the environmental parameters that are needed for the calculations are documented (see SDS section ) Zn GES-4: Industrial and professional use of Zn massive or zinc powder, alloyed or not, passivated or not, as active laboratory reagent in aqueous or organic media, as reduction agent for analysis or synthesis. SU: 3, 9, 14, PROC: 5, 8b, 15, 26 PC: 7 AC: not applicable ERC: 6b The zinc metal is used for Analysis: sample (solid or liquid) treatment or preparation: the substance is in the sample or in the reagents Page 10 sur 24

20 Synthesis: manipulations are usually under ventilation (e.g. laminar flow, ventilation hood) The substance is used at the industrial scale, in industrial installations for air control and water treatment and at the professional scale by laboratories Contributing scenario (1) controlling environmental exposure Product characteristics: see sections 3 (composition) and 9 (phys-chem properties) of SDS Zn is used in minimum 80% purity; higher grades (>95%) are usual Amounts used maximum 5 T/y (industrial scale) maximum 0.5 T/y (professional scale) Frequency and duration of use Use is usually intermittent but continuous use is assumed as a worst case. It is possible that use is not continuous; this has to be considered when estimating exposure. Environment factors not influenced by risk management Flow rate of receiving surface water default value 18,000 m 3 /d used unless specified otherwise Other given operational conditions affecting environmental exposure All processes are performed indoor in a confined area, with dedicated laboratory equipment. All solid residues containing zinc are recovered for recycling Technical conditions and measures at process level (source) to prevent release Process enclosures and closed circuits where relevant If relevant, dust capturing and removal techniques are applied on local exhaust ventilation (centralised treatment, scrubbers, filters,...) Containment of liquid volumes to collect waste streams Technical onsite conditions and measures to reduce or limit discharges, air emissions and releases to soil Industrial scale: see section Professional scale, the emissions are treated usually by STP. Professional services will be used for treating waste streams e.g. for the recovery of metallic solids (for recycling), and for the recovery of e.g. acid solutions containing the substance Organizational measures to prevent/limit release from site See SDS section Conditions and measures related to municipal sewage treatment plant In cases where applicable: default size of the municipal STP (2000 m3/d) will be used unless specified otherwise. Conditions and measures related to external treatment of waste for disposal If any, all hazardous wastes are treated by certified contractors according to EU and national legislation. Users of Zn and Zn-compounds have to favour the recycling channels of the end-of-life products Users of Zn and Zn-compounds have to minimize Zn-containing waste, promote recycling routes and, for the remaining, dispose the waste streams according the Waste legislation. Conditions and measures related to external recovery of waste All residues are recycled or handled and conveyed according to waste legislation Contributing scenario (2) controlling worker exposure Product characteristic: see sections 3 (composition) and 9 (phys-chem properties) of SDS Zn is used in minimum 80% purity; higher grades (> 95%) are usual The sample is usually solid, but regularly added to liquid samples. When the preparation is in solid state, it can be characterised by high dustiness in a worst case situation. Page 11 sur 24

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