The aim of the pilot project is to determine the level and reasons for non-compliance and to raise awareness of the obligations. In particular, suppliers of consumer articles will be targeted.
ECHA’s report states there is progress regarding alternatives to animal testing on the lower tier properties of substances, but a full replacement of chemical toxicity testing by non-animal approaches is not yet foreseeable. Further dialogue between research and regulatory communities is needed to put scientific developments faster to regulatory use.
The results of the fourth enforcement projects revealed relatively high incidence of products that are incompliant with conditions of restriction for phthalates, cadmium and asbestos. At its 28th meeting, the Forum also held a well-attended open session with stakeholder organisations and discussed potential actions related to the duty to use animal testing as a last resort. BPR inspectors agreed to target treated articles in their first enforcement project.
- Eleventh meeting of the Exchange Network on Exposure Scenarios (ENES 11)
- 23/11/2017 - 24/11/2017 | Helsinki
- REACH 2018 Stakeholders' Day
- 29/01/2018 - 31/01/2018 | Helsinki
- Workshop on EUSES update needs
- 10/04/2018 - 11/04/2018 | Helsinki
- Paraiškos autorizacijai gauti
- Konsultacijos: 6
- Pradžios data: 15/11/2017
- Terminas: 10/01/2018
- Pasiūlymai dėl apribojimo: 1
- Pradžios data: 21/06/2017
- Terminas: 21/12/2017
- Pasiūlymai atlikti bandymus
- Pasiūlymai atlikti bandymus: 8
- Pradžios data: 25/10/2017
- Terminas: 11/12/2017
- Pasiūlymai atlikti bandymus: 12
- Pradžios data: 22/11/2017
- Terminas: 08/01/2018
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- 15/11/2017 IUCLID 6 version 2.0.0
- New set of Q&A's
- The UKs withdrawal from the EU
- Practical example
- REACH registration
- 30/11/2017 Updated REACH Guidance for nanomaterials - what you need to know