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Become a Member Company

BASA delivers a broad range of benefits exclusively for members including regular opportunities to network and meet with members with more than 600 managers and staff of member companies attending our events every year. As a member, you will receive guidance and regular reports on a wide range of technical and business issues, Industry training and seminars and industry representation to Government.


Access to the BASA Extranet is available to all employees of BASA Member companies anywhere in the world. Log in to your account to be able to actively participate in the technical work of our association. This is an opportunity for you to shape the opinion of the association and input into the work of BASA working parties and consultants, and also to get access to the members only areas of the BASA website.

BASA Directory

The BASA Directory is a list of BASA members services with information regarding how to contact the member. The directory is to help you locate companies that provide products or services that match your requirements. Please note, information within the directory is based on data provided by our members, and therefore, we can take no responsibility for product specific recommendations.

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Forthcoming Events

Register for the FEICA webinar on mandatory training for safe use of diisocyanate based products on 7 October 2022

07 October 2022

A webinar, co-organised by FEICA (The Association of the European Adhesives & Sealants Industry), CEPE (The European Council of the Paint, Printing Ink and Artist’s Colours Industry) and EFCC (the European Federation for Construction Chemicals), will explain why training on the safe use of diisocyanate-based products is mandatory, and how you can access the training.


*** EU CLP Consultation*** BASA Members drop in Q&A Clinic

07 October 2022

The European Commission has opened a consultation on CLP – Introducing new hazard classes–CLP revision. Namely those for endocrine disruptors and Persistent, Bioaccumulative and Toxic (PBT) or Very Persistent, Very Bioaccumulative (vPvB) properties. The consultation for CLP (EU) is only open until the 18th October 2022. Join us on the 7th October when we will talk through the proposal outlining the proposed new hazard classes and how this might impact you. We will then discuss and agree a combined response to the consultation.

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