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Az aggodalomra okot adó anyagok kezelése

Az aggodalomra okot adó anyagok kezelése

ECHA works together with the European Commission and the EU Member States for the safety of human health and the environment by identifying the needs for regulatory risk management at an EU-wide level. The Member States or ECHA (at the request of the Commission) initiate the identification of substances of very high concern and restrictions, and Industry can submit applications for authorisation. The process for harmonised classification and labelling of substances may be initiated by Member States and by manufacturers, importers or downstream users. 

ECHA welcomes all members of the public to give their contributions during the different consultation phases of the authorisation, restriction and harmonised classification and labelling processes. Under the Biocidal Products Regulation, stakeholders can provide information on potential candidates for substitution.

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Substances of potential concern

Substances with certain hazardous properties can be of concern for human health and/or the environment. Such substances can be identified and subsequently regulated to make sure that the risks associated with these substances are properly controlled. 


Registry of Intentions

The notifications of intention to submit a dossier to ECHA related to the risk management processes under the REACH (SVHCs and restrictions) and CLP (CLH) regulations are included in the respective Registry of Intentions.


Biocidal Products Regulation

Under the Biocidal Products Regulation, the evaluating Member State Competent Authority may identify an active substance as a potential candidate for substitution. Following the identification, a public consultation is launched. Products containing substances on the list will need to undergo a comparative assessment which will be taken into account for their authorisation. 

Authorisation under REACH

Under the REACH Regulation, the authorisation chapter contains two different activities. The first activity is the identification of substances of very high concern and their prioritisation into the Authorisation List (Annex XIV). The authorities manage this activity, although members of the public can contribute positively by participating in the public consultations. The second activity takes place when companies request authorisation to use or continue to use substances on the Authorisation List. ECHA manages the application for authorisation processes and provides information and training to companies.


Restriction under REACH

If a chemical poses an unacceptable risk that needs to be addressed on a EU-wide basis, a Member State or ECHA (on request of the Commission) may propose a restriction on the manufacturing, placing on the market or the use of that chemical of concern.


Harmonised Classification and Labelling

The Classification, Labelling and Packaging (CLP) Regulation invites parties concerned to comment on the proposals for harmonised classification and labelling of substances.

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