ECHA organises two day scientific workshop on regulatory challenges in risk assessment of nanomaterials. Over 200 experts from all over the world have gathered to Helsinki to discuss how to assess the risks of nanomaterials. The guests represent industry, academia, non-governmental organisations, national and international authorities.
The October issue of the ECHA Newsletter has been published. In this issue, we tell among other topics about ECHA's new compliance check strategy, the new web content for REACH 2018 and about an important new review on alternative methods to avoid testing on animals. You can also read an interview with a company who is preparing their first application for Union authorisation for a biocidal product and find out how companies have helped one another with REACH requirements in Belgium. The Newsletter is also always available in PDF format.
ECHA urges all companies to start preparing now for the REACH registration deadline of 31 May 2018. To support this, ECHA has published new web pages with improved access to relevant information. This registration deadline concerns substances manufactured or imported in low volumes, 1 to 100 tonnes per year.
The OECD has launched a new Adverse Outcomes Pathway (AOP)-wiki, which is a web-based platform gathering knowledge on how chemicals can induce adverse effects. The platform is a focal point for AOP development and dissemination.
Għalkemm l-ECHA qiegħda tipprovdi ħafna materjal fil-lingwa tiegħek onlajn, parti minn din il-paġna qiegħda bl-Ingliż biss. Sir af aktar dwar il-prattika multilingwa tal-ECHA.
Terġax turi dan il-messaġġ.