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ATC Committees

The ATC organisation consists of a main committee, who meet three times a year and determine policy and strategic issues, and working committees.

The committees

  • FAG

    Fuel Additives Group

    FAG is a subcommittee of the ATC dealing with issues relating to fuel quality, transport and the environment impacting the fuel additives business. The committee reviews transport and fuel developments within Europe, assesses current and proposed legislat

  • GES WG

    ATC/ATIEL REACH GES WG

  • HSL

    Health and Safety Legislation Sub-committee

    The Health and Safety Committee (HSL) deals with matters relating to Health, Safety and the Environment, as well as European Legislation issues relating to Petroleum Additives. For information on HSL please click on the documents link above.

  • IWG

    Industrial (products) Working Group

  • PTS

    Performance Testing Sub-committee

  • QMWG

    Quality Monitoring Working Group

    Welcome to the QMWG page. QMWG's function is to administer the ATC Code of Practice. The code is intended to aid continuous improvement in the development of engine lubricants and the consistency and validity of performance claims made for them.

  • REACH Consortium Steering Committee

    REACH Consortium Steering Committee

  • RSG

    Representational Steering Group

    Welcome to the RSG Group page. The representational steering group (RSG) remit is to maintain strategic contact with outside bodies, regulators and other industry groups.

  • TAD

    Technische Vereinigung fur Mineralol-Additive in Deutschland e.V.


The representational steering group (RSG) remit is to maintain strategic contact with outside bodies, regulators and other industry groups.

The Health and Safety Committee (HSL) deals with matters relating to Health, Safety and the Environment, as well as European Legislation issues relating to Petroleum Additives. For information on HSL click here.

For more information about any of our working groups, please complete our contact form, and mention the committee name or acronym in the enquiry.