Chemicals registration information improved through industry input

The Lead REACH Consortium has signed a co-operation deal with the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA), designed to speed up and improve the information available on registered substances. The Metals and Inorganics Sectorial Approach (MISA) is a voluntary initiative established by ECHA and Eurometaux aiming to further improve the completeness and quality of REACH dossiers and […]

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REACH General Assembly – Guest speakers present on authorisation and health studies

Developments in REACH Authorisation and Restriction activities related to lead metal and compounds were the focus of discussions at the General Assembly in December, in London that was attended by 25 delegates. The Consortium was fortunate to receive engaging talks from three guest speakers, complementing the Secretariat’s own presentations: Richard Dubourg from The Economics Interface, […]

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Cross-Industry Initiative launches new positions papers on managing risks of chemicals in the workplace

The Cross-Industry Initiative (CII), with the Lead REACH Consortium as a member, has just launched three new position papers which strengthen their stance on using workplace-specific legislation as the most targeted, effective and proportionate approach to manage risks caused by chemicals. The three papers are: Synergies between REACH and workplace legislation: Improved analysis of alternatives and […]

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