Consultations following ECHA’s Executive Director Requests to the Committees
Following a request from ECHA's Executive Director, ECHA is launching a consultation to support the Committees in adopting opinions on any other aspects concerning the safety of substances on their own, in mixtures or in articles.
- Only the comments addressing the topic of the request will be taken into account
- Further practical instructions on the submission of the information are provided in the form
The information submitted may be non-confidential or confidential. If you claim information to be confidential, you will need to provide a justification. Any information claimed confidential will only be made available to ECHA, including its Committees, the Member State Competent Authorities and the European Commission, if appropriate. In case you submit confidential information, we kindly ask you also to submit a non-confidential version of the information. The non-confidential comments and attachments will appear on the ECHA website after the public consultation is closed.
The substitution plans of companies that have applied for authorisation to use three substances of very high concern are opened for a 6-week stakeholder consultation. ECHA’s Committee for Socio-economic Analysis (SEAC) will evaluate the substitution plans and the information received during the consultation.