ReachCentrum assists industries to become compliant with REACH regulation on chemical substances. REACH mandates chemical companies to register their substances manufactured or imported in a joined effort with other potential registrants of the same substance. In order to prepare the necessary communication and decision making processes, companies organize themselves in REACH consortia.
Currently ReachCentrum is managing about 100 consortia and the demand is growing. It is also expected that many companies require support with the 2018 deadline registration.
In this framework, ReachCentrum is looking for:
• Project Manager – Consortia Manager (regulatory affairs)
• Senior Project Accountant
• Project Accountant
Please apply by clicking on each dedicated link. ReachCentrum is looking forward to working with you!
The next European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) registration deadline in May 2018, concerns all substances produced or imported into the EU supplied at quantities from 1 to 100 tonne per annum, per manufacturer or importer. This last deadline will be different from the two previous ones (2010, 2013), in terms of both number of registrations and type of registrants: according to ECHA's current working estimation, up to 60 000 registrations will be prepared for up to 25 000 substances. This means three times more than for either of the previous deadlines. In addition, ECHA expects many more of the registrants to be inexperienced as well as small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
ReachCentrum is strongly committed to support companies to successfully go through these challenges by providing a whole new approach to register under REACH 2018, with a faster and cost-efficient process for individual and grouped registrants. We are helping many clients to meet their regulatory requirements by providing:
In order to assist our clients we are planning a series of free webinar sessions to train your company in view of REACH 2018.
ECHA, the European Chemicals Agency, is organizing a webinar on how to prepare a REACH 2018 registration as a IUCLID dossier. The webinar, which will be held on October 4 from 11:00 - 12:00 EET (GMT+2), targets those actors who are registering a substance for the first time and want to know how to use IUCLID to create a registration dossier.
The webinar will cover topics ranging from the installation of the IUCLID 6 application to the creation of a IUCLID 6 registration dossier, including the verification that all required information has been filled-in, using the embedded validation assistant. Furthermore, it will show a registration dossier for a member of a joint submission can be created online.
Further information including the registration form is available from the ECHA website.