Definitions for UNIFE Category
Prohibited (in Area of Restriction):
Acronym : P(AR)
A substance classified as Prohibited shall not be present in finished goods, parts or components, defined in the “area of restriction” Field. This is applicable to the entire scope of supply. This classification is due to legal prohibition provisions and these substances shall not be present in the delivery in that area. It must be noted that in some cases the same substance may be classified as Prohibited in a given area of restriction and as Declarable for Assessment in all other applications.
A substance classified as Declarable shall be declared in writing to the customer prior to delivery if present in the scope of supply. Declarable substances are separated into two categories:
Declarable for Assessment:
Acronym : D(FA)
A substance classified as Declarable for Assessment shall not be present in the scope of supply unless assessment for use has been granted by the customer. If the scope of supply contains a D (FA) Substance, a derogation shall be requested and granted by the customer prior to delivery of the goods.
It must be noted that in some cases the same substance may be classified as Prohibited in a given area of restriction and as Declarable for Assessment in all other applications.
Declarable for Information:
Acronym : D(FI)
A substance classified as D(FI) shall be declared to the customer for their information.
All substances that are not listed in the UNIFE database and that are classified as “Dangerous” according to the CLP Regulation (Regulation (EC) No 1272/2008 on Classification, Labelling and Packaging of substances and mixtures) shall be considered as D(FI).