Final report of the second REACH enforcement project published
The second enforcement project initiated by ECHA's Enforcement Forum focused on the REACH and CLP obligations of downstream users. Of a total of 1 181 companies inspected, 67% did not comply with one or more provisions of these legislations.
Are you one of the many small, medium and micro-sized enterprises involved in the upcoming 2018 REACH registration deadline? Are you working to deliver REACH-related services to SMEs or representing these companies at EU level? Do you represent a trade sector and would you like to contribute? The European Commission and ECHA are aware of the challenges ahead and would like to hear your voice.
Together with ECHA, the Commission organises a workhop in Brussels from 10 to 11 December to offer an opportunity for SMEs to exchange and discuss with other REACH actors.
Due to the limited capacity of the room, only 50 participants will be selected to attend the workshop. Fill in the short survey by 18 October indicating your willingness to participate and what kind of topics you would like to be covered. The selection of participants aims to ensure a fair representation of stakeholders. Travel expenses and accommodation of SME participants will be reimbursed.
Downstream users: Navigating ECHA's website for information on chemical substances
19 September 2013, 11:00-12:30 EEST, GMT +3
The webinar provides an overview of the information available on ECHA's website that is helpful to downstream users. This includes registration and C&L details on the substances they receive, and if any restriction or authorisation applies. The webinar is open for all and free of charge.
How to bring your registration dossier in compliance with REACH – Tips and Hints (part 4)
11 September 2013, 11:00-13:00 EEST, GMT +3
The webinar provides feedback to registrants on how to submit information on chemical substances in the technical dossier to ECHA in compliance with REACH. The webinar is open for all and free of charge.