23.08.2018: REACH Compliance – Workshop on data quality in registration dossiers
REACH Compliance – Workshop on data quality in registration dossiers
The workshop focuses on the results of the REACH Compliance Project which revealed data gaps and deficient data quality in REACH registrations.
The presentation slides can be found at the bottom of this page.
REACH, Europe’s overarching chemicals regulation, has an impact on a wide range of other EU regulations, e.g. classification and labelling, consumer product and toy safety, RoHS, food contact materials, construction products, workers safety, waste and water legislations. The REACH Compliance Project is a joint project of the BfR and UBA and investigates human health and environmental data availability in REACH registrations of chemicals above the production volume of 100 tonnes per year. Further information is available from ECHA and UBA.
The major aim of this workshop is to promote the dialogue among REACH stakeholders and to support registrants with recommendations for improvements. We invite all stakeholders interested in the data quality of REACH registrations to participate.
BfR – German Federal Institute for Risk Assessment
UBA – German Environment Agency
ECHA – European Chemicals Agency, Finland
Presentation slides from 23.08.2018
Session 1: Welcome & introduction
Jörg Lebsanft, Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety
Workshop REACH compliance - Introduction
Leena Ylä-Mononen, European Chemicals Agency (ECHA)
ECHA’s results on data quality in REACH
Andrej Kobe, European Commission
Setting priorities and processes at EU level to adress dossier compliance
Session 2: REACH Compliance project “Availability of health and environmental data for high tonnage chemicals under REACH”
Anika Brüning, BfR
Data quality of human health data in registrations
Angelika Oertel, BfR
Data quality of environmental endpoints in registrations
Presentation slides from 24.08.2018
Session 3: Data quality in REACH registrations
Lars Tietjen, German Environment Agency
The importance of REACH registration data for authorities
Nicoletta Godas, Federal Institute for Occupational Safety and Health
From registration dossier via safety data sheet to workplace risk assessment - Aim and first results on REACH2SDS
Dolores Romano, European Environmental Bureau
No data, no market?
Erwin Annys, European Chemical Industry Council
REACH compliance with REACH requirements - The registrant's perspective
Session 4: Regulatory challenges after the registration deadline in 2018
Hannu Braunschweiler, ECHA
Registration post 2018 - Dossier updates
Leeny Ylä-Mononen, ECHA
Meeting 2020 WSSD targets - Advance in ECHA regulatory strategy
Andreas Luch, BfR
Concluding remarks and closing
SKU REACH-WS2018 Programme No Lieferzeit 2-3 Tage Event date 23. – 24.08.2018 Registration deadline No