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|Title:||REACH: from Identification of Substances to Sharing Data First Steps to be Done|
|Authors:||VAN DE PLASSCHE ERIK; DE BRUIJN JACOBUS|
|Other Contributors:||RASENBERG MIKE|
|Citation:||Proceedings of ChemCon 2007 p. 1-12|
|Publisher:||Haskoning Nederland B.V.|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||This paper is intended to give background information for the presentation in Session 3 on April 24th REACH: from identification of substances to sharing data first steps to be done. It describes the basic elements of the Technical Guidance Document developed under the REACH Implementation project (RIP) 3.10 on identification of substances. It also includes information on RIP 3.4 on data sharing which is currently still ongoing. In sections 3 and 4 a number of essential elements of SIEF (Substance Information Exchange Forum) formation and the impact of substance identification for phase-in substances are described. It should be noted that this paper does not contain a complete overview of all issues related to pre-registration, SIEF formation and Joint submission of registration dossiers under REACH. The intention of this paper is to highlight two essential issues which should allow industry to better prepare themselves for these REACH processes.|
|JRC Directorate:||Institute for Health and Consumer Protection Historical Collection|
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