REACH TEST

(Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and Restriction of Chemicals)


REACH is an EU regulation that collects many existing legislation related to chemicals in the European Union under a single roof. REACH (Registration, Evaluation and Restriction of Chemicals) means the registration, evaluation, authorization and restriction of chemicals.


The REACH Regulation was adopted by the EU Parliament on 18 December 2006 and entered into force on 1 June 2007. The European Chemicals Agency (ECHA), established in Helsinki for the technical, scientific and administrative management of the Regulation, was established.


WHAT IS THE REACH PURPOSE?

It aims to protect human health and environment at a higher level.

To hold people responsible for the use of chemicals (manufacturer & importer / exporter) responsible for understanding and managing the risks associated with their intended use

To ensure the free movement of substances in the EU market

Increasing competition and innovation in the EU chemical industry

Adaptation to international developments

Encouraging animal testing

To fulfill the EU's international obligations under the WTO

Protecting the integrity of the internal market

 

REACH is required for all manufacturers and exporters (in quantities of more than 1 tonne per year) that manufacture or export on their own behalf. Each item should be recorded (except those excluded from registration). Those who are unregistered will not be permitted to manufacture or export. This applies to organizations outside the borders of the European Union and to the European Union. Does not include registration preparations according to REACH. However, it must be registered in the substances in preparation

 

Manufacturers who export to the European Union and to the European Union are responsible for proving the safety of chemicals.

 

 

REACH is required for all manufacturers and exporters (in quantities of more than 1 tonne per year) that manufacture or export on their own behalf. Each item should be recorded (except those excluded from registration). Those who are unregistered will not be permitted to manufacture or export. This applies to organizations outside the borders of the European Union and to the European Union. REACH E does not contain registration preparations. However, it must be registered in the substances that are in preparation.

 

 

Any manufacturer, importer, and downstream user may designate a third party as an authorized representative, for example due to critical data protection. In this case, the identities of the secret manufacturers, importers and downstream users should not be shown to other applicants.

 

 

The downstream user using any substance other than the manufacturer or exporter may be affected by REACH for the natural or legal person established in the European Union or for preparations for production. Distributors and consumers are not downstream users. Downstream users should ensure that the items they use are recorded for specific use. If the manufacturer decides not to record the substances for the requested use or because the downstream user considers the reliability of his own use, the manufacturers will contact the European Chemical Agency.

 

REACH is the new European Union Regulation on chemicals, effective from 1 June 2007. The main principles are:


Registration of chemical substances

Evaluation of registration documents and evaluation of materials

Licensing of substances

Limitation and prohibition of substances

Regulation (EC) no. 1907/2006

Registration (Registration)

Evaluation (Evaluation)

Authorization (Registration)

Restriction of Chemical substances