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Training for the Enterprise Europe Network was organised in November 2013 as part of ECHA's long term effort to identify the best ways to reach SMEs, make them aware of their obligations and support them in their efforts to comply.
The European Chemicals Agency together with the Cefic, Eurometaux, CONCAWE , Fecc, AISE on behalf of the Downstream Users of Chemicals Coordination Group (DUCC) are coordinating the next meeting of ENES.
The workshop aims to bring together experts in the field of sediment risk assessment to brainstorm and develop updated scientific principles for assessing the ecological risks of chemical substances for freshwater and marine sediments.
The European Chemicals Agency organised a REACH-IT and IUCLID workshop for Croatian authorities and industry. The workshop offered interested stakeholders from Croatia the chance to participate in REACH-IT and IUCLID hands-on training.