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At REACHLaw, we work closely with our clients to provide chemical regulatory compliance and product safety solutions to fit each customer and their needs. We help companies to gain market access for their chemical products and we support them with chemical regulations such as: “EU REACH & CLP”, “Turkey KKDIK, SEA & GBF”, “South Korea REACH & GHS”, “China REACH & GHS” and many more.

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Industry Sectors

Organizations’ needs on chemical regulatory compliance and environmental sustainability vary greatly depending on the company type, industry sector, the size of the organization, the main markets and the organizational capabilities. REACHLaw has developed a set of chemical regulatory compliance solutions to help businesses to navigate the complex regulatory landscape, spearheaded by REACH & GHS.

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The Blog

An online space dedicated to chemical regulatory compliance. The Blog not only offers you updates on what is going on with the different chemical regulations, it is also a meeting point where key stakeholders are sharing their thoughts towards chemical compliance issues and business in a global scale. In The Blog we have guest writers to make sure you get the breadth of topics and services we can offer.

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REACHLaw Webinar

REACH and CLP impact on the Defence Sector – Free webinar

Taking the opportunity of the EC REACH Review 2017, the European Defence Agency -EDA- has commissioned REACHLaw to carry out a study (between May 2016 and December 2016) to examine the impact of the EU’s chemicals regulations – mainly REACH & CLP - on the defence sector, both industry and governments.

During the study consultation, input from over 100 stakeholder organisations in 20 EU Member States and the US was gathered, including EU Ministries of Defence, EU and non-EU defence industries, the European Commission, ECHA and REACH Member State Competent Authorities.

Based on the impact assessment, REACHLaw made a number of recommendations on practical improvements for REACH and CLP for the EC REACH Review 2017 and for the European defence stakeholders.
7th of June 2017, 4:00PM - 5:00PM

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Latest from the Blog

Placing hazardous mixtures in Spain? You have only 2 weeks to notify your hazardous products

From June 1st , 2017 all hazardous mixtures commercialized in the Spanish market need to be notified to the Spanish National Institute of Toxicology and Forensic Sciences ( INTCF) via the SRE (Enterprise-INTCF Communication/Submission Site). Companies that do not comply with notification requirements may be subject to sanctions that vary between 6.001€ - 85.000€ or 85.001€ - 1'200.000€ or up to 6.000€.  In some...

From 1 June, 2017 all chemical products in the EU must to be labelled according to the CLP

The transitional period for labelling hazardous mixtures ends on the 31 May, 2017. This means that from 1 June 2017, companies  must classify, label and package their hazardous chemicals according to  the new regulation.  Take actions! If you have products on your shelves labelled according to the old regulation, they have to be re-classified and re-labelled according to the CLP,  or you have to be...

Visit us at Chemspec India! Booth No. C44

We have had a great number of visitors to our booth at Chemspec India and have had the opportunity to discuss with them EU REACH 2018 related compliance issues.  Still information on compliance procedure is low but we have been delighted to help them to understand the registration requirements to successfully meet the last REACH registration deadline! Come and visit us!...