How are substances shortlisted and manually screened?
1 February 2018 11:00 - 12:00
In January every year, a number of substances are marked for manual screening by Member States. The selection aims to identify substances that may have hazardous properties and the potential for exposure to us or the environment.
This webinar explains the screening process, its timelines, and the criteria for shortlisting. It also explains how registrants can influence the manual screening process by updating their dossiers and how they can get more information on common screening.
The webinar also gives advice on how registrants should react to informative letters sent by us to all registrants of shortlisted substances.
|11:00||Introduction||Hannu Braunschweiler, ECHA|
|11:10||General introduction to common screening||Palmi Atlason, ECHA|
|11:30||Grouping of substances in screening||Giovanni Bernasconi, ECHA|
|11:45||2018 shortlisting letter campaign: scope and expected outcome||Chrystele Tissier, ECHA|
|12:00-13:00||Time reserver for answering unanswered questions|
- Introduction [PDF] - Hannu Braunschweiler, ECHA
- General introduction to common screening [PDF] - Palmi Atlason, ECHA
- Grouping of substances in screening [PDF] - Giovanni Bernasconi, ECHA
- 2018 shortlisting letter campaign: scope and expected outcome [PDF] - Chrystele Tissier, ECHA