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Registration, Evaluation and Authorization of CHemicals
The Regulation
REACH is a new European Community Regulation on chemicals which entered into force on June 1, 2007. The main purpose is to ensure a high level of protection of human health and environment. Under REACH regulation, all manufacturers, importers of European Union (EU) or Only Representatives appointed by non-EU traders should pre-register with the European Chemical Agency (ECHA) of the chemical information of a substance, preparation or an article with intended to be released substance which

will be imported to EU market more than 1 tonnage per year.
The pre-registration period is over. For manufacturers or importers who start to produce or import phase-in chemical in the quantity of 1 tonne or more per year after 1 December 2008, they can undergo Late Pre-registration from 5 January 2009. This Late Pre-registration does not apply to companies who failed to meet the pre-registration deadline. ECHA will announce the background information and guidance shortly.

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Frontline Info

REACH Update: ECHA Proposed to Identify 20 New SVHCs
REACH Update: 7 More SVHC Added into the Candidate List
REACH Update: ECHA Proposed New Potential SVHC
REACH Update: ECHA Added Eight Substances to the Candidate List for Authorisation

One-Stop Solution
Product / Material Review Report
Hazardous Substances Identification
Safety Data Sheet (SDS) Preparation
Laboratory Testing
Classification & Labeling Review
Consultation for Substitution Plan
Training and Workshop
Pre-registration & Registration Guidance
Seminars and Training
We organize seminars and workshops on REACH periodically, please click here for more details. Should you be interested in ' in-house' seminars on REACH, do not hesitate to contact us
Useful References
Association Website
EHS resources centre