Scientific Committee on Consumer Safety (SCCS)

The Committee delivers opinions on health and safety risks (chemical, biological, mechanical and other physical risks) on non-food consumer goods (eg cosmetics and their ingredients, toys, textiles, clothing, personal care and household products) and services. (e.g. tattooing, artificial sun tanning).

European Commission Cosmetics Industry Regulation

Regulation No. Regulation 1223/2009 on cosmetic products is the main regulatory framework for finished cosmetic products placed on the EU market. This enhances the safety of cosmetic products and simplifies the system for all operators in the sector. The Regulation simplifies procedures to the extent that the internal market for cosmetic products is now a reality.
This Regulation replaces Directive 76/768 / EC, which was adopted in 1976. And there have been several major revisions. It provides a robust, internationally recognized regime that enhances product safety in light of recent technological developments, including the possible use of nanomaterials. Previous animal insurance prohibition rules have not been changed.

Lithuanian Department of Standardization. Electronic Standards Store. Committees

TK 75 Cosmetic Products and Surfactants. Field of activity: Standardization of sampling, terminology and testing methods for cosmetics and surfactants.

  Committee on Cosmetics and Consumer Health (CD-P-COS) (European Directorate for Healthcare and Medicines Quality (EDQM)

The Cosmetics and Consumer Health Committee (CD-P-COS) is developing standards and strategies to improve consumer health protection in the field of cosmetics. In Europe, cosmetic control is reinforced through the implementation of a joint work program across the European Network of Official Cosmetic Product Control Laboratories (OCCL), coordinated by EDQM. Non-European observers and the European Pharmacopoeia Commission may also participate in the network.
This committee is currently working to ensure the participation of national OCCLs in the pan-European network and is further expanding its database of test results for childcare and cosmetics. It also works in tattoo safety, offering safety recommendations.

Network of Official Cosmetic Product Control Laboratories (OCCL)

Official Cosmetic Product Control Laboratories (OCCL) monitor the quality of cosmetic products on the market and support the market surveillance activities of the competent authorities. By warning authorities about products that do not comply with national and European cosmetic legislation, OCCLs contribute to the protection of consumer health.

European Essential Oils Federation (EFEO)

The European Federation of Essential Oils seeks to represent, defend and promote the interests of the production and marketing of essential oils and related products in Europe and to lobby for these products in the relevant national, European and international institutions.
Contributing to various major international events such as IFEAT, WPC, FAFAI / India, Centifolia, PCIE, CHINAEASA, and giving lectures, especially on relevant EU legislation across the EU and beyond, E.F.E.O. has become a highly regarded counterpart in the supply chain for all topics related to the marketing, production and use of natural essential oils.

International Fragrance Association (IFRA)

The International Fragrance Association brings together fragrance ingredient manufacturers and manufacturers to represent their collective interests and promote the safe use and enjoyment of fragrances worldwide.
In addition to its traditional defense association role, working with regulators and policymakers to help create a fair, stable and sustainable legal environment, IFRA also plays a self-regulatory role through its code of practice and IFRA standards.
However, IFRA also plays a broader role: first, to provide services and general facilities to its members; second, engage in a public dialogue to better understand the benefits of the perfume and fragrance industry.

Atnaujinimo data: 2023-11-20