New draft proposal of the Community Rolling Action Plan (CoRAP) 2018-2020

Posted by Selerant EHS on 24/11/2017

CoRAP: Community Rolling Action Plan

On October 24th 2017 ECHA published a new draft proposal of the CoRAP 2018-2020, taking into consideration 107 substances for evaluation by member states.

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Topics: REACH, CoRAP

Regulation EU n. 2017/999 has been published, bringing changes to authorisations listed in Annex XIV of REACH Regulation

Posted by Selerant EHS on 27/06/2017

Which new substances have been added to REACH Annex XIV?

Regulation 2017/999 adds 12 new entries to REACH Annex XIV, bringing the total number of substances to 43.

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Topics: REACH, Annex XIV, Regulation 2017/999

A new Regulation amending REACH Annex XVII has been published

Posted by Selerant EHS on 22/02/2017

The procedure of Restriction allows managing the risks that are not adequately evaluated by specific provisions of REACH regulation. The proposals of restrictions may concern different cases, such as the conditions of production, the conditions of uses and/or the placing on the market of a substance or even, if necessary, the prohibition of those activities.

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Topics: REACH

A new Regulation amending REACH Annex XVII has been published

Posted by Selerant EHS on 23/01/2017

What is a restriction?

The procedure of Restriction allows managing the risks that are not adequately evaluated by specific provisions of REACH regulation. The proposals of restrictions may concern different cases, such as the conditions of production, the conditions of uses and/or the placing on the market of a substance or even, if necessary, the prohibition of those activities.

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Topics: REACH

New draft proposal of the Community Rolling Action Plan (CoRAP) 2017-2019

Posted by Selerant EHS on 28/11/2016

CoRAP: Community Rolling Action Plan

On October 27th 2016 ECHA published a new draft proposal of the CoRAP 2017-2019, taking into consideration 117 substances for evaluation by member states.

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Topics: REACH, CoRAP

11 substances prioritised for addition to REACH Authorisation List

Posted by Selerant EHS on 15/12/2015

Which substances did the ECHA prioritise?

On request of the European Commission, a Member State or the ECHA may propose the classification of a substance as substance of very high concern (SVHC). If such proposal is accepted, the aforementioned substance will be added to the Candidate List for its eventual inclusion in the Authorisation List (REACH Annex XIV). The inclusion of a substance in the Candidate List generates legal obligations for companies producing, importing or using such substance as is, in preparations, or in items.

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Topics: Candidate list, ECHA, REACH, Authorisation List

New draft for the Community rolling action plan (CoRAP) for 2016-2018

Posted by Selerant EHS on 23/11/2015


CoRAP: Community rolling action plan

The latest CoRAP draft takes into consideration 138 substances proposed for evaluation by Member States. The draft has been submitted on October 15th 2015, and a committee evaluation is expected by February 2016. The CoRAP list contains 53 newly introduced substances and 85 substances from the last update.

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Topics: REACH, CoRAP

A new Regulation changes REACH Annex XVII regarding Benzene

Posted by Selerant EHS on 22/10/2015

A new note added to Benzene in Annex XVII

Annex XVII of REACH Regulation (Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006) lists a series of restrictions for specific dangerous substances, regarding their production, placing on market, and use.

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Topics: EHS, REACH

ECHA published an updated version of its SDS compilation guidance

Posted by Selerant EHS on 25/09/2015

Aim of the guidance

The aim of this newly updated guidance is to assist the industry in determining which tasks and requirements have to be complied with in order to fulfill their obligations under article 31 of REACH and Annex 2 of REACH.
More particularly, this update concerns the end of the transitional period for labelling mixtures in accordance with the Dangerous Preparations Directive (DPD), along with the end of the need to show the components’ classification according to the Dangerous Substances Directive (DSD).

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Topics: REACH, Safety Data Sheets

15 SVHC Substances Prioritised for Addition to REACH Authorisation List

Posted by Selerant EHS on 17/07/2015

Which substances did the ECHA prioritise and why?

On request of the European Commission, a Member State or the ECHA may propose the classification of a substance as substance of very high concern (SVHC). If such classification occurs, the aforementioned substance will be added to the candidate list for its eventual inclusion in the Authorisation List (REACH Annex XIV). The inclusion of a substance in the candidate list generates legal obligations for companies producing, importing or using such substance as is, in preparations or in items.

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Topics: REACH

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