Helping small and medium sized companies meet their REACH obligations

Helping small and medium sized companies meet their REACH obligations

Helping small and medium sized companies meet their REACH obligations

Helping small and medium sized companies meet their REACH obligations

Helping small and medium sized companies meet their REACH obligations

Helping small and medium sized companies meet their REACH obligations

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ECHA new way of working for dossier evaluation

We Offer The Following General Services:

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Preparation of Chemical Safety Assessments and Chemical Safety Reports

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Production of the full REACH registration dossier as a co-registrant or lead registrant.

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Guidance and support on dossier submission to ECHA and the information requirements

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Support in dealing with communications from ECHA

We specialise in providing REACH regulations and compliance support to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), and furthermore we have unique expertise to offer producers and importers of ethanol. We can offer these services to any EU based company.

Please see the Reach Registration Services page for more information.

If you should have a requirement that you feel is not covered in the list above, please contact us and we will be happy to discuss your needs. We are confident that we will be able to help.

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REACH regulations and compliance support

About Our Company

Reachsupport.eu is a REACH regulations and compliance website run by Chemsage Ltd (CSL) and Davison Consultants Ltd (DCL) as a point of contact for chemical manufacturers and importers needing support to prepare REACH registration dossiers.

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REACH is the abbreviation used for the EU regulation (REACH Chemicals Directive 1907/2006) concerning the “‘Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals’. It is a massive piece of legislation that as a regulation applies automatically to all 27 EU member states as well as Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein (but not Switzerland).

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Email: info@reachsupport.eu

Phone: +44 7774 110284 , +44 1252 811044

PO Box 431, Fleet, GU51 9BP, United Kingdom

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Following the end of the phase in period for the registration of existing substances, ECHA has announced a change in the process by which it will conduct evaluations from the start of 2019.

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ECHA new way of working for dossier evaluation

Following the end of the phase in period for the registration of existing substances, ECHA has announced a change in the process by which it will conduct evaluations from the start of 2019.

* With the formally ending of SIEFs, dossier evaluation communications will now be sent to all joint submission members and not just the lead registrant, both for compliance checks and testing proposal evaluations. The registrants are however still expected to co-ordinate a single response.

* ECHA will now expect that all dossiers (not just the lead registrant dossier) are kept up to date, with the recommendation that co-registrants to focus on tonnages, uses, guidance on safe use and intermediate status and lead registrants in addition ensure that read across and waiver justifications are robust and hazard data is up to date.

* ECHA will no longer consider reductions to tonnage band or restriction to intermediate use only of a registration after a draft decision is issued. This means that registrants cannot move to, for example, intermediate only uses or a lower tonnage band following a draft decision requesting a higher tier (expensive) test in order to escape the requirement to carry out or contribute to such a test.

* ECHA will no longer be published lists of substances subject to possible compliance checks - all dossiers are now in scope of a prospective, unannounced dossier evaluation, including co-registrants.

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