Are you a notifier? Then agree on the classification and labelling of your substances
In collaboration with the European Commission, Cefic, Eurometaux and FECC, ECHA launched a pilot project to encourage notifiers to agree on the classification and labelling of substances. The notifiers of approximately 100 substances were contacted and asked to compare the notifications they have made with the harmonised classification or with the notifications provided by other notifiers, as published in the C&L Inventory.
If there is a disagreement on the self-classification, the parties are invited to use ECHA's web-based discussion forum, the C&L Platform, where notifiers and registrants of the same substance can come into contact and agree on a self-classification and labelling of their substance.
In the first three weeks of the exercise, already more than 30 of these discussions have been initiated on the pilot project substances. The registrants and notifiers of other substances are also invited to check the notifications and where needed to use the C&L Platform.
C&L Platform | C&L Inventory