- The e-Newsletter is here
- Reaching the deadline
- National helpdesks - your first point of contact
- Smaller companies gain confidence in managing REACH dossiers
- Biocide stakeholders
- Moving forward with exposure scenarios
- Better environmental assessment
- ECHA has examined all testing proposals from the first REACH deadline
- ECHA publishes its decisions on dossier evaluation
- REACH, CLP and biocides to be covered in two Stakeholders' Day conferences in 2013
- Directors of national authorities support ECHA's strategy
- Give us your feedback on how to improve ECHA's information on chemicals
- Guidance updates
- Evaluation statistics
- ECHA and its stakeholders at the same table: Strategic objectives in the spotlight
- Guest column: "REACH resembles an iron man contest"
- Nina Cromnier leads ECHA's Management Board
- Helping consumers to request information about substances of very high concern in articles
- REACH from two NGOs' points of view
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National helpdesks - your first point of contact
For the first time, national helpdesks contributed to ECHA's Lead Registrant Workshop and training held in Helsinki from 11 to 12 October 2012. ECHA invited representatives from the national helpdesks with the largest number of registrants to the event: Belgium, France, Germany and the United Kingdom. The Lead Registrant Workshop offered an opportunity for the national helpdesks to meet lead registrants, and promote their work. The helpdesk experts conveyed an unambiguous message: "We are committed to supporting industry towards the second registration deadline in 2013."
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| Nathalie Hayaud. |
- List of national helpdesks
- ECHA reaches out to SMEs and ECHA welcomes Croatia, Newsletter 4/2012
- Agency Networking, Newsletter 1/2010
- Competent network with a variety of services, Newsletter 2/2010
- ECHA Information Desk
HelpNet - the network of national REACH and CLP helpdesks was established in October 2009 to promote consistent and harmonised responses within the EU and to ensure the best possible advice to companies seeking to fulfil their obligations
under the REACH and CLP Regulations.
National helpdesks have an important role as the first point of contact for duty holders situated in their country. They are best placed to communicate with their domestic industry, also giving advice in the respective languages.
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Committee for Risk Assessment:
Committee for Socio-Economic
Biocidal Products Committee:
Member State Committee:
4-8 February (tentative)
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