SCIP Notification and Database - What it's all about, industry challenges and way forward to meeting the 2021 deadline
As from 5 January 2021 any EU company supplying articles and complex objects made thereof containing substances of very high concern (SVHC) on the candidate list in a concentration above 0.1% (w/w), will need to submit information on these articles for a new database currently being established by ECHA: This “SCIP” database will contain information on Substances of Concern In articles, as such or in complex objects ( Products). The SCIP requirements are part of the implementation of the EU’s action plan for the circular economy adopted in 2015.They were introduced through the revised Waste Framework Directive that entered into force in July 2018.
2nd of April 2020
Take part in our webinar
We invite all companies supplying articles within the EU and other interested stakeholders to join our free webinar on the 1st of April. We will provide you with an overview of the SCIP requirements and most immediate actions to prepare for SCIP notifications to ECHA by the 2021 deadline.
Topics to be addressed:
SCIP database – what is it all about?
SCIP notification – information requirements, duty holders and submission tools
Industry concerns and challenges
Way forward to meeting the 2021 notification deadline
Speaker: Tim Becker, Senior Legal Advisor
Who should attend?
Companies that produce, import or supply articles that are placed on the EU/EEA and contain Candidate List substances.
*Please note that this event is not meant for REACH service providers or consulting companies.