ECHA’s Interact Portal – new collaboration channel for authorities launched
ECHA’s Interact Portal is a one-stop shop for Member State authorities and committee members to collaborate with each other and ECHA and to access process-specific information and tools relevant to their work.
For example, the portal provides authority users with easy access to tools such as REACH-IT, R4BP, ePIC and IUCLID. Members of ECHA’s scientific committees, advisers and rapporteurs can also access the Collaboration tool for the joint preparation of documents.
The Interact Portal replaces the previous portal dashboards for Member State competent authorities and national enforcement authorities. ECHA will continue to develop its features and functionalities for future releases.
Registered substances mapped for regulatory action
The first report on the Integrated Regulatory Strategy presents a mapping of the universe of registered substances on the EU market. This information will help authorities in identifying substances of concern, planning their work, and monitoring the progress made in regulating these substances.
There is now an easy way change the contact person for multiple assignments in one go, for example, if you want to change the contact person in all your joint submissions.
In addition, REACH-IT has a new status available for PPORD notifications – ‘Expired’. You will be notified through messages to your REACH-IT account if your notification has expired. An expired notification cannot be updated, so make sure you submit your update on time.
Watch our online information session on the microplastics restriction
The session gave an update on the proposed restriction of intentionally added microplastics and introduced the objectives of the ongoing public consultation. Participants also had the chance to ask questions from our panel of experts.
Webinar: Using the IUCLID web interface for biocides submissions
15 May 2019, 11:00–12:00 Helsinki time
Join our webinar to hear about the latest IUCLID web interface improvements and functionalities for biocides submissions. We will present the creation and navigation of a BPR dossier, the comparison tool, and the report generator.
Don’t miss this opportunity to ask questions from our experts.
A new service release of IUCLID 6 will be made available on 24 April.
Featuring an enhanced web user interface, it offers an improved comparison and validation report, clearer navigation through dataset information, a full report generator, and advanced dossier creation and import settings. It also includes a guided dossier approach that enables you to prepare your notifications on hazardous mixtures for use by poison centres.
Join our webinar to learn more about the update and to have your questions answered by our experts.
Our free conference on 21 and 22 May 2019 will offer you insight into the current priorities in EU chemicals regulation after the final REACH registration deadline. Register now for two days packed with practical advice, discussion and networking.