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REACH is a European Regulation (No 1907/2006) concerning chemicals and their safe use. It aims to improve the protection of human health and the environment through a system of Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals. As a European Regulation REACH applies directly in all 28 Member States of the European Union. It also applies to Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway as member countries of the European Economic Area.

If you're new to REACH the best place to start is our introduction to REACH which we call "The Basics". This will give you an overview of the REACH regulation and how that might impact on your business. We can help you understand what your obligations are and how to ensure that your company is on track.

If you have concerns about what you need to do to achieve compliance and need to know more, we offer a range of support services to help.

Many people who have to deal with the REACH regulation will also be responsible for their company's compliance with the CLP (Classification, Labelling and Packaging) regulation and the Biocidal Products Regulation (BPR), and our package of services can provide invaluable support for these pieces of legislation too.

 

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.

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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

18 January - REACH: 4 new substances added to the Candidate List

REACH On 12 January 2017 ECHA added 4 new substances to the Candidaie List, which now accounts for 173 Substances of Very High Concern (SVHCs). The Candidate List contains substances that may have serious effects on human health or the environment. The inclusion of a substance...

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