Evaluations under the EU REACH reform
Suggested changes on Evaluations under the EU REACH reform including expanding the scope of the TCC
EU REACH Regulation Reform Web Meeting
WEB MEETING 2h, May 5, 9:00 – 11:00
20th of January the European Commission launched a public consultation on the revision of the Regulation on the Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH). The revision will aim to align the EU chemical rules with the Commission’s ambition for safe and sustainable chemicals and a high level of protection of health and the environment, while preserving the internal market. The planned REACH revision is one of the actions announced in the Chemicals Strategy for Sustainability.
- Revision of the provisions for dossier and substance evaluation;
- Technical completeness check (TCC)
The Web Meeting Suggested changes on Evaluations under the EU REACH reform is to present state-of-the art of the proposals and the views of stakeholders.This takes the possibility to listen and discuss the proposals and discuss different aspects of concrete proposals. All interested parties are adviced to make comments through public consultation available on the Commission webpages: https://ec.europa.eu/environment/news/chemicals-commission-seeks-views-revision-reach-eus-chemicals-legislation-2022-01-20_en
- EU REACH evaluation system reform;
- Technical Compliance Check (TCC) expanded use.
Introduction and Position: European Commission: Mr. Andrej Kobe
Position of the European industry:
TCC and potential changes based on the REACH revision to improve dossier quality + the dossier and substance evaluation from Cefic’s perspective and based on learnings from the Cefic-Action Plan: Mr. Jesus Arroyo (Cefic)
Eurometaux: Mr. Kai Melzer