The new version of REACH-IT (2.7), now ready for use, introduces new terms and conditions that clarify how companies receive decisions and other communications from ECHA. In addition, the update now allows the submission of applications for authorisation through REACH-IT. At the same time, a new version of IUCLID launched.
The publication clarifies the issues of the interplay between the strict airworthiness requirements and the REACH authorisation process and it provides best practice advice that can also benefit other industry sectors.
Topical scientific workshops of the European Chemicals Agency aim to foster discussions among academia, regulators, industry and other stakeholders on the possible regulatory impacts that the latest scientific developments may have. An anticipated outcome of these workshops is the emergence of new or improved approaches which may be applied in the implementation of the REACH, CLP and Biocides Regulations.
Substances on the Authorisation List (Annex XIV of the REACH Regulation) cannot be placed on the market or used after the so-called "sunset date" unless an authorisation has been granted for a specific use, or if the use has been exempted from authorisation. As soon as a substance is included in the Authorisation List, manufacturers, importers or downstream users of this substance may apply for an authorisation.
Some 200 representatives of potential applicants have participated in ECHA's seminars on application for authorisation. Furthermore many others have been involved in the preparation of applications. It would be opportune now to share experiences and lessons learned to further improve the process. ECHA is organising this workshop in collaboration with Cefic and Eurometaux.
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