Croatian accession to the European Union
Croatia joined the European Union on 1 July 2013. The REACH, CLP, Biocides and PIC Regulations, as well as all other EU Chemicals legislation, applied to companies established in Croatia from that date. The application of some provisions of the REACH regulation was subject to transitional measures as laid down in the Accession Treaty (Treaty concerning the accession of the Republic of Croatia).
1 July 2014 was the deadline to register phase-in substances manufactured in Croatia in quantities > 100 tonnes per year and CMRs category 1 and 2 > 1 tonne per year.
The Agency offers a series of publications to help companies to comply with the REACH, CLP and Biocidal Product Regulation. You can find related guidance and IT manuals in 23 EU languages by consulting the Support section of the ECHA website. Our work plans, annual reports, fact sheets and various regulatory reports can be accessed through the Publication link in the Support section.
- Q&A for Croatian companies pre-registering and registering under REACH [PDF]
Guidance on registration [PDF]
- Classification, Labelling & Packaging
Classification, Labelling and Packaging
Notification to the C&L Inventory
Introductory Guidance on the CLP Regulation [PDF]
Important dates1 August 2013
Notification to the C&L inventory
1 July 2013 - 1 January 2014
Pre-registration for phase-in substances
1 July 2014
Registration of phase-in substances > 100 tonnes per year and CMRs category 1 and 2 > 1 tonne per year