We are pleased to inform you that from today, 20 May 2019, BAMA and its members are covered by a Primary Authority Partnership agreement with the Hertfordshire CC. The terms of the agreement are set by Statute and the partnership itself is non-exclusive (i.e. companies can fall under more than one PA agreement).
The areas covered by the partnership are:
– Trading standards
– Fire safety
– Petrol storage certification
– Explosives licensing
The partnership covers all areas within scope, but will focus on product safety and metrology. Initial advice is likely to include adoption of PAS7100, as well as reviewing existing advice to ensure compliance to the latest standards.
BAMA will forward all relevant communications to its members, through their company representative. Please, keep us informed of any change in your company representative’s contact details.
8 May 2018
The British Aerosol Manufacturers’ Association (BAMA) has expressed its concern regarding the so called ‘deodorant challenge’ which has seen school children inflict injuries upon themselves or each other by spraying deodorant onto exposed skin for extended periods of time.
A BAMA spokesperson said: “Aerosols, like all consumer products, are safe when used for their intended purpose and when following the manufacturer’s instructions.
“Deliberate or accidental misuse of many consumer products may have serious or even fatal consequences and aerosols are not an exception. It is important to read and follow the instructions for use. The industry remains confident in the safety of aerosol products when used correctly.
“All BAMA members who produce aerosol deodorants consider the safety of their customers to be a priority and all aerosol products are thoroughly tested for safe use before being placed on the market.
“BAMA offers labelling guidance to members which notes that aerosol deodorants should be held at least 15cm away from the skin when being applied. The association will continue to work closely with its members to ensure consumer safety.”