…ECHA practical guide on evaluation

The latest publication in this series explains what is meant by dossier evaluation and how dossiers that have been accepted are processed by the new directorate for Evaluation at ECHA. It also explains how registrants should respond to communications sent by ECHA in connection with the evaluation of their registration dossier.

[European Chemicals Agency. Practical guide 12: How to communicate with ECHA in dossier evaluation. The document, which is dated 31 January 2011, can be accessed at http://echa.europa.eu/doc/publications/practical_guides/pg_12_how_to_comm_with_echa_in_dossier_evaluation.pdf on the ECHA website.] {187118}

…Other REACH items of interest

Updated IUCLID dissemination plug-in enables companies to check which information from their registration dossiers will be made public on ECHA’s website (http://echa.europa.eu/news/na/201102/na_11_02_updated_uclid_plug_in_available_20110202_en.asp).

Testing proposals involving vertebrate animals: request for information from third parties (http://echa.europa.eu/consultations/test_proposals/test_prop_cons_en.asp).

The above items were taken from the March 2011 issue of Toxicology and Regulatory News which is sent automatically to members of bibra (click here for more details).
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