The tool has been updated to ease the generation of exposure scenarios for communication in the supply chain. This update marks the first step in standardisation of exposure scenario information for downstream users.
The new Chesar version enables registrants to generate their exposure scenarios to be used for communication in the supply chain directly from their chemical safety assessments, helping to avoid manual transfer of information to the registrants' safety data sheet systems and/or copying whole chapters from the chemical safety report into the annex of the safety data sheet.
Chesar 2.2 also offers the possibility to import the ESCom standard phrase catalogue, published by the European Chemical Industry Council (Cefic) early March 2013 in a Chesar compatible format.
With the new functionalities, registrants can use Chesar not only to make a comprehensive chemical safety report but also to produce extended safety data sheets for downstream users on how to control risks to workers, consumers and the environment that are fully consistent with the chemical safety report.
Further information is available at http://chesar.echa.europa.eu/
REACH requires strategic thinking to get your company ready to pass the various phases of the legislation. ReachCentrum offers REACH expert consultancy to support REACH implementation within companies and other stakeholder groups, in order to help you adopt the most effective strategy.
ReachCentrum has gained a highly respected reputation in delivering consultancy on chemicals regulation. Our focus is on providing practical advice and guidance for those companies needing to fulfil their REACH obligations, whilst fully respecting your business strategy.
ReachCentrum‘s approach is to listen to and carefully analyse each customers’ needs, and then to find the best solution adapted to their requirements and fine tune the support needed throughout the registration, evaluation and authorisation phases of REACH.
Our service covers:
Only receiving a core CSR from your lead registrant? Your lead registrant is not providing a CSR at all? Some of your specific uses aren’t covered?
You are certainly familiar with this situation. You receive a SIEF communication announcing that the substance is to be classified; however, the lead registrant is not submitting a CSA for all co-registrant. You are asked to compile one covering your own exposure scenarios.
It might also be that a CSR is not at all part of the registration dossier – all you receive is information from the IUCLID information to conclude your own assessment.
ReachCentrum or its approved and responsible partners will support you in establishing the exposure assessment that suits your conditions.
This will be part of your IUCLID file that depending on the case we will either provide you with the input or submit it on your behalf.