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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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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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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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BREXIT and REACH

IN or OUT of REACH obligations?

After the Brexit vote there is a lot of uncertainty on the future of the UK chemicals regulatory landscape. Whether the British government will opt for the Swiss approach, the Norwegian approach or for some totally different approach is still an open issue that is already affecting the chemical industry. More than 5000 REACH registrations have been made by companies in the UK and now their continued validity will be subject to negotiation with the remaining EU-27. More than 40% of these registrations were made by ORs for the non-EU manufacturers. If the UK goes for the out-of-REACH approach, would this mean that these registrations are deactivated and replaced by importers or ORs in the EU?

7th of July 2016, 5:00PM-6:00PM EET

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Latest from the Blog

TSCA reform into law

President Obama has signed a bill to reform the Toxic Substances Control Act ( TSCA). This  law gives EPA ( the Environmental Protection Agency) the authority to protect Americans by monitoring closely the chemicals that could cause serious health impacts as for example: cancer, reproductive harm and birth defects.Some highlights shared by EPA:The new law requires EPA to evaluate existing chemicals, with clear and enforceable deadlines.EPA...

Will Brexit mean avoiding the burden of REACH?

On the 23rd of June, the UK  will decide on whether to leave or remain in the EU. Would leaving the EU mean that British SMEs are no longer covered by REACH?Riku Rinta-Jouppi, our Head of Global Compliance and Keven Harlow, our business partner in the UK are sharing some preliminary thoughts in the latest REACH & CLP Hub  of Chemical Watch,  about the...

REACHLaw: REACH advisor for the European Defence Agency - EDA

We are pleased to announce that REACHLaw has been selected by the European Defence Agency -EDA- to carry out a study on what impact REACH & CLP have had on the European defence sector since they entered into force respectively. Based on the results of this analysis, REACHLaw will formulate practical proposals to the European Commission, EU Member States, Ministries of Defence...