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Upcoming in 2016: Completeness check to enhance availability of information
In 2016, ECHA will release new versions of the IT tools used for creating (IUCLID) and submitting (REACH-IT) registrations. The main changes will be an updated completeness check process and an improved system to make sure that all registrations for the same substance are made with a single joint registration. What are these about?
Who does the updated completeness check affect?
Did you know?
ECHA performs a completeness check to ensure that all the information required for registration has been provided, and that the registration fee is paid before the registration number is issued. During the completeness check, ECHA does not assess the quality or adequacy of the data submitted.
A registration dossier must be submitted jointly when the same substance is manufactured or imported by more than one company.
Registrants are required to jointly submit information on the hazardous properties of the substance, its classification and labelling and potential testing proposals.
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