Newsletter 2019

 

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Vol. 19, No. 2 – SCC Newsletter – Regulatory news

Date: 16 May 2019

REGULATORY NEWS

Please find below an overview on the topics listed in the current newsletter:

  • MEDICAL DEVICES: new regulatory group in our Chemicals division
  • New SCC spin-off: ‘SCC LEGAL Law Firm’
  • REACH obligations for non-approved plant protection products (PPPs)
  • AGROCHEMICALS: Article 43, registration of adjuvants
  • CHEMICALS/REACH: REACH data compliance, international registrations
  • REGULATORY SCIENCE: Appendix E of the ECHA/EFSA guidance on ED, 5th International Fresenius Conference
    "Worker, Operator, Bystander and Resident Exposure and Risk Assessment” (Dec. 2018)

Moreover, some information on Brexit is given; international companies that operate in EU/UK markets must be extremely well prepared and highly proactive if they want to remain successful and well positioned in their industries.

Do not forget to take a look at our calendar to find out where you can meet with SCC experts to discuss your needs and find answers to your questions on scientific and regulatory issues.

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Vol. 19, No. 1 – SCC Newsletter – Brexit/Chemical Substances

Date: 27 February 2019

BREXIT: ACT NOW TO MAINTAIN MARKET ACCESS AND SUPPLY CONTINUITY!

Whereas the political uncertainty about the withdrawal agreement and about the Brexit overall seems to continue forever now, we urge our clients not to wait until the last week in March 2019 with decision making in the desperate hope of getting final clarity about the future contractual agreements between all the parties involved. If a ‘no deal’ scenario was to materialize that late in the process, severe supply and market disruptions would be impossible to avoid. We thus strongly encourage you to prepare for the worst and secure your business critical supply relations for chemical substances and products while continuing to hope for the best.

The SCC key contact for all Brexit queries is This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., Head of Chemicals/REACH, Consumer Products, Cosmetics, Feed & Food Additives.

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