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Date 5-6 September 2019
Title REACH Conference 2019
Organiser Ekotoxikologické centrum Bratislava s.r.o
Location Pan European University, Tomášikova 20, Bratislava, Slovakia
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REACH Conference 2019

is organized for the twelfth time, combining lecturers and participants from different sectors of industry, authorities, academia and other stakeholders. Now, after REACH legislation reached the important milestone completed reagistration of substances above 1 tonne per year on the European market, we are looking forward for further development of the EU chemicals and related legislation. There is a lot of what should be done better – e.g. data quality of dossiers is a challenge.

Subsequent duties for downstream users in the supply chain are under implementation.  Exposure scenarios and e-SDSs are more and more frequent and creating new tasks for all of involved.  Also authorisation process is on the place—the Candidate list now containing a total of 197 entries and the Authorisation list contains 43 unique substances/entries. Further restrictions are applied by revision of Annex XVII. Overlaps with other legislative sectors is under evluation, but very important is the REACH and CLP REFIT and based on them the future development.

So what are the results and what will be next after REACH 2019?
Experiences, difficulties, learning lessons as well as good practices will be discussed during the REACH Conference 2019…

Please check the actual Agenda of the REACH Conference 2019. 

Language of the REACH Conference 2019 is English only. Simply there is a lot of what to discuss so you should not miss this oportunity!

The most important topics to be discussed:

  • EU CHEMICALS LEGISLATION—Industry sectors REACH / CLP Impact and Strategies
  • REACH Authorisation
  • REACH & Articles
  • REACH vs other sectors
  • Industry vs chemicals legislation
  • SDS / E-SDS and Exposure Scenarios
  • Downstream Users Duties & Communication
  • Enforcement
  • Tools and Solutions
  • Chemicals legislation after 2018
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