Represent the non-commercial collective interests of the members in such a way that the continuity and the success of the members' companies are ensured.
Advocate ‘one message’ on behalf of the members in cases where this continuity or success could be in danger or be negatively influenced.
Promote in an impartial way the image of the sector.
Encourage adherence to the code of conduct (accountable behaviour on safety, health and the environment) amongst the members.
Determine the sector’s “agenda” for the coming years and take ownership for the agreed items.
Define and address the issues
Define the strategy, develop ‘one message’ and ensure the provision of resources to tackle the issues of the sector “agenda”.
Organize the consultation of the member companies that do not participate directly in the activities of the sector group.
Organise the participation of company representatives for the relevant meeting bodies, including the sector’s own business and technical groups but also other CEPE working groups and similar associations outside Europe.
Organize an AC annual meeting, that acts as a forum for all the industry players to share results and give input for next year’s actions, and technical committee meetings addressing relevant regulatory issues and voluntary actions.
Artists' Colours Documents
Safe Products for Your Customers
29 September 2009
TSD Duties and Impact
Artists’ Colours Products
29 September 2009
Communication on Sensitising Biocides for Artists' Colours
Code of Conduct
for MEMBERS OF THE EU SECTOR GROUP ARTISTS’ COLOURS
15 May 2007
in the handling and disposal of waste Artists’ Colours and their packaging
Finding a Pragmatic Solution
Interview of Ronald Benning, Chairman EuACA, in European Coatings Journal
Drawing on an active Approach
Interview of Nils Knappe, former Chairman EuACA, in European Coatings Journal