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- One hazardous chemical added to the Candidate List
The Candidate List of substances of very high concern now contains 224 entries for chemicals that can harm people or the environment.
Companies are responsible for managing the risks of these chemicals and must also give their customers and consumers enough information to use them safely.
- Highlights from June RAC and SEAC meetings
The Committee for Risk Assessment (RAC) adopted its opinions on the harmonised classification and labelling of glyphosate and silver, and on restricting lead in ammunition for hunting, outdoor sports shooting and fishing.
The Committee for Socio-Economic Analysis (SEAC) adopted its opinion on restricting Dechlorane Plus.
- Consultation on SEAC's draft opinion
Call for evidence: skin sensitising substances in consumer mixtures
Assessment of a substance group published
New substance evaluation conclusions available
Webinar on PFAS in firefighting foams: Questions and answers now online
- Consultation on harmonised classification and labelling
We are looking for comments on harmonised classification and labelling proposals for:
- 1,1-dichloroethylene; vinylidene chloride (EC 200-864-0, CAS 75-35-4);
- 2-ethylhexanoic acid, monoester with propane-1,2-diol
(EC 285-503-5, CAS 85114-00-7);
- tetrahydrofurfuryl methacrylate (EC 219-529-5, CAS 2455-24-5); and
- bixlozone (ISO); 2-(2,4-dichlorobenzyl)-4,4-dimethyl-1,2-oxazolidin-3-one (EC -, CAS 81777-95-9). For this substance the combined format has been used. The Commission’s Guidelines on Active Substances and Plant Protection Products and the draft assessment report on EFSA's consultation page provide additional information.
The deadline for comments is 15 August 2022.
- European Commission updates nanomaterial definition
NanoData gets a facelift
- New Data Uploader available - upload data from external sources to your IUCLID database
- Now available: ECHA’s opinions on companies’ requests to classify changes to their biocidal product authorisations
SPC Editor transition into IUCLID in 2023