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REACHReady is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Chemical Industries Association, formed in 2006 to provide support to companies affected by the REACH (Registration, Evaluation and Authorisation of Chemicals) Regulation. Our services subsequently expanded to include the Classification, Labelling and Packaging (CLP) regulations and more recently the Biocidal Products Regulation (BPR).

Our strong reputation and extensive experience of the chemical and downstream industries makes us the best choice for REACH, CLP and BPR services. Our extensive understanding and knowledge of the legislation stems from the in-depth involvement of our parent organisation, the Chemical Industries Association, in its development at every stage.

We have established a track record as the place to go for help with chemical regulatory compliance. We have thousands of subscribers located all over the world, in every industry sector, working for companies from SMEs to multinationals.

REACHReady offers a confidential, comprehensive and cost-effective “one-stop shop” service, right through from keeping you informed of all the latest developments, to fulfilling your specific registration and authorisation needs. We aim to save you time, trouble and money.

Join us by becoming a member of REACHReady - sign up now. Call us on +44 (0) 20 7901 1444 for more information. Then you’ll be ready for anything.

Workshops

Workshops

30 March - IUCLID 6 Practical Training for Registrants, Leeds

This workshop will help users quickly get up to speed with the new software. Atendees will gain familiarity with the main user functions of the software, equipping them with the skills...

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Latest News

Latest News

27 February - REACH: New substances added to the compliance check list

60 new substances have been added by ECHA to the list of substances that might be chosen for compliance check. Registrants of the concerning substances are strongly advised by ECHA to update their registration dossiers by 28 April.

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