Filed under: ECHA, REACH/CLP | Tags: chemicals, CLP; REACH; Chemicals; ECHA, REACH
The European Chemicals agency, ECHA, has published details of 10 dossiers, submitted for the May deadline for REACH registrations, which were considered not to be compliant. These have been awarded statements of non-compliance (Soncs).
It should be noted that eight of these Soncs related, at least in part, to issues concerning substance identity (including CAS numbers), composition and analytical method details being unsatisfactory. This illustrates the importance of getting the substance identity, nomenclature and all details relating to analytical methodology and results correct in Registrations. The Government Chemist published an updated report containing structured and accessible advice involving case studies on the measurement implication in REACH. This document provides guidance for registrants submitting analytical and compositional and identity data which could have proved invaluable in preventing at least some of these non-compliances.
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