Compared to the earlier deadlines, additional challenges are expected this time around due the much larger number of substances to be registered, and the large number of SMEs involved.
So start preparing now and see how The REACH Centre can support you.
The activities you must undertake depend on whether you will be a Joint Registrant or the Lead Registrant. However generally the process for everyone involves (in order of listing):
Your substance may already have been registered previously by others, in which case you can do a Joint Registration. In this case it is still advised to do your sameness check as soon as possible to ensure you are in the right SIEF (Substance Information Exchange Forum).
However if your substance has not yet been registered by anyone, you are advised to start communications in the SIEF as soon as possible to determine who can take the lead and to agree on sameness early on.
Contact us to find out more about the registration process and the activities you should be undertaking for successful registration.
|Training to prepare for 2018|
REACH - Understanding Authorisation and Development of Mitigating Strategies
Managing REACH for Downstream Users
Prepare for 2018 REACH Registration
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