This news update, More information to be published from REACH registrations, is brought to you by ECHA.
At the end of June 2016, additional information from companies’ registrations, such as endpoint summaries, exposure scenarios and new elements introduced by IUCLID 6, will be made publicly available on ECHA’s website.
Helsinki, 25 April 2016 – The publication of this information will start from new and updated dossiers only. At a later stage also the information from old submissions will be published.
The endpoint summaries indicate the study results that are considered most relevant to perform a chemical safety assessment for a given endpoint. The publication of these summaries enables registrants to highlight key results in the brief profile of their substance.
ECHA will also start publishing information on exposure scenarios, including the conditions for safe use. Companies that would like to request confidentiality on their exposure scenarios need to review their dossiers before submitting an update.
To find out more about the update, More information to be published from REACH registrations, please see the ECHA link above. For more information about REACH Compliance, please visit Nexreg.