REACH-IT is the central IT system that supports Industry, Member State competent authorities and the European Chemicals Agency to securely submit, process and manage data and dossiers. These three parties each have access to specific functions of REACH-IT which they can use to fulfil their requirements under the REACH and CLP regulations. REACH-IT also provides a secure communication channel between these three parties to help them coordinate the processing and evaluation of data and dossiers.
An overview of the process for registering your substance with ECHA. An outline is given of the first steps you need to take to register a substance through either an inquiry or late pre-registration. Information is also provided on the process of joint submissions when a substance is manufactured or imported by more than one company. You can also find a general outline of how to prepare your registration dossier in IUCLID and how you submit this dossier using REACH-IT. You will also find how to request a registration number for a notified substance (also called a NONS) using REACH-IT. Further information relevant to the registration process is also provided.
Pre-registering your substance
Further information on late pre-registration in the context of the REACH Regulation.
Preparing and submitting an inquiry
An introduction on when you must submit an inquiry. It is outlined how you prepare an inquiry dossier using IUCLID and how you submit this dossier to ECHA via REACH-IT. (See also Manual: How to prepare an inquiry dossier).
Registering your substance
A brief outline on how to prepare and submit your registration dossier to ECHA via REACH-IT. (See also Manual: How to prepare registration and PPORD dossiers).
Preparing and submitting a joint submission
A brief explanation of when a joint submission is required and an outline of how you submit joint submissions.
Requesting a registration number for NONS
How to request a registration number for notified substances (also called NONS) using REACH-IT and what details ECHA requests to grant you a registration number. You will find a link to the contact list of the appropriate Member State competent authorities and designated national authorities.
A brief step-by-step guide to submitting a joint or single application for authorisation. You are guided through signing up in REACH-IT, creating your IUCLID dossier, and submitting it via REACH-IT. (See also Manual: How to prepare an application for authorisation).
A brief outline of how to prepare and submit a PPORD notification to ECHA as well as how you can request a PPORD extension. (See also Manual: How to prepare registration and PPORD dossiers).
A brief guide on how you submit notifications to ECHA if a manufactured or imported article contains substances on the Candidate List. Instead of using REACH-IT you may notify via a webform, and a direct link is provided together with an online tutorial. (See also Manual: How to prepare a substance in articles notification).
A brief guide to submitting a downstream user notification for substances on the Authorisation List for which an authorisation has been granted up the supply chain. The link to the submission webform is available from this web page.
A brief step-by-step guide to submitting a downstream user report for uses that are not supported by the exposure scenarios of the supplier, using either the online webform or REACH-IT. The webform is available from this web page together with an online tutorial. (See also Manual: How to prepare a downstream user report).
A brief step-by-step guide to submitting a downstream user report if a downstream user's classification of a substance is different from that of his suppliers, using REACH-IT. (See also Manual: How to prepare a downstream user report).
A brief step-by-step guide on how to prepare a C&L notification using IUCLID or REACH-IT online dossier. (See also Manual: How to prepare a classification and labelling notification).
A brief outline of how you can prepare a request for an alternative chemical name in mixtures and what happens following your request. There is a direct link to the webform for submitting your request. (See also Manual: How to prepare a request for use of an alternative chemical name for a substance in a mixture).
A brief step-by-step guide on how to prepare and submit a harmonised classification and labelling (CLH) dossier. There is a direct link to the webform for submitting the CLH dossier, as well as a link to the CLH report format and to relevant guidance documents.