The Federation of European Explosives Manufacturers is a non-governmental organisation created in 1976 by European industrial explosives manufacturers. The main objective of the Federation is to encourage best practice in the
industry, particularly in the areas of safety, quality and security, and to make the public aware of the importance of different uses of industrial explosives in creating its infrastructure and environment.
Identification and traceability of explosives for civil uses Guidance – (www.explosives-for-civil-uses.eu)
18.03.2015: There is a new Technical Bulletin No. 12: Loading of Bulk Explosives (you find it under Publications)
DIRECTIVE 2014_28_EU on the harmonisation of the laws of the Member States relating to the making available on the market and supervision of explosives for civil uses
IME SAFETY AND SECURITY GUIDELINES FOR Technical Grade Ammonium Nitrate (TGAN): AN Guidelines 30July13
UN-SCETDG-46-INF.9: The US Institute of Makers of Explosives is going to launch an initiative for a globally harmonized Track & Trace Standard based on the EU Dirctive 2008/43.
Nov. 2013: REACH – LEAD SUBSTANCES IN INITIATION DEVICES: Where Pb compounds are in the authorisation process
Nov. 2013: EUROPEAN AGGREGATES PRODUCTION 2012 AND 2011
FEEM likes to introduce IMESAFR, a probabilistic risk assessment tool used to calculate risk to ...
FEEM – Federation of European Explosives Manufacturers 19 September 2012 European Commission Enterprise and Industry ...
Next AGM Dates:
- 18th May 2017 Helsinki, Finland
Next Working Group Workshops 2016 in Barcelona:
- Tuesday, 20th September: Transport & Storage
- Wednesday, 21st September: Health & Safety
- Thursday, 22nd September: Blasting Practise
29 April 2013: Listing of the XSD defining the XML File (for Developers)
ADR 2015, the European Agreement concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road, Volume 1 & 2 applicable as from 1 January 2015 can now be down-loaded from the following UNECE web-sites: www.unece.org/trans/danger/publi/adr/adr2015/15contentse.html or www.unece.org/trans/danger/publi/adr/adr_e.html