Practical examples of chemical safety reports
- Getting started
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- How to submit and update your C&L notification
- Requesting an alternative chemical name in mixtures
- SPC Editor
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- National Helpdesks
- Practical examples of exposure scenarios
- Practical examples of chemical safety reports
- Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs)
- Recommendations to registrants
- 1. Your registration obligations
- 2. Finding your co-registrants
- 3. Get organised with your co-registrants
4. What information you need
- Information requirements: 1 to 10 tonnes per year
- Information requirements: 10 to 100 tonnes per year
- Information requirements: 100 to 1000 tonnes per year
- Information requirements: 1000 tonnes or above per year
- Adaptations to the standard information requirements
- How to avoid unnecessary testing on animals
- Strategy for gathering your data
- 5. Creating your registration dossier
- 6. Submitting your registration dossier
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- Why is it important to get it right?
- What is a substance?
- What is not a substance?
- How to characterise and identify your substance
- Four steps to successful substance identification
- Sector-specific support for substance identification
- How to change your substance identifier
- Substances of very high concern identification
How to apply for authorisation
- Are you affected by authorisation?
- Develop an application strategy
- Start preparing your application
- Teleconference Based Information Sessions
- Teleconference based information sessions - terms and conditions of use
- Submission windows
- Notify ECHA and request a teleconference based information session
- Finalise your application
- Formats for applications for authorisation
- Submit your application
- Engage during the opinion development
- Fulfil your obligations
- Evaluating applications
- Previous events on appliction for authorisation
- Partners service for applicants
- Information on applying for authorisation by Member States and industry organisations
- Ask ECHA about authorisation applications
- Submit a review report if you still need to use the substance
- Simplified applications for authorisation for legacy spare parts
- Socio-economic analysis in REACH
- Submission of CLH dossiers
- Mixture classification
UK withdrawal from the EU
- Know your role
- Advice to companies
- Procurement and contracts
- ECHA accounts and EU Login
Technical completeness check
- Validation assistant
- Manual verification
- Failures and rejections
- Questions and answers
Practical examples of chemical safety reports
ECHA has revised its illustrative example of a chemical safety report (CSR) to support companies in complying with their obligations under REACH. The illustrative CSR includes 4 elements:
- What's new!
- Part 1: An Introductory Note
with hints and tips to consider when planning and preparing a Chemical Safety Report
- Part 2: A Chemical Safety Report
which presents a completed CSR for an imaginary substance and uses. Notes are included in the CSR to clarify various aspects.
- Part 3: IUCLID 6.1 substance dataset
This file contains the information that is reported in Sections 1 to 8 of the CSR. It illustrates where information entered in IUCLID is reported in a CSR. Note that it is not a complete IUCLID dossier for REACH compliance, as detailed below.
- Part 4: Chesar 3.2 substance file
This file contains the information that is reported in Sections 9 and 10 of the CSR. It illustrates how a CSA carried out with Chesar is reported in a CSR. It is also the source information for the exposure scenario for communication. When imported into Chesar 3.2, it may be also used to familiarise oneself with the Chesar tool.
The Chemical Safety Report (Part 2) was fully generated from the IUCLID 6.1 and Chesar 3.2 files. The notes were manually included. The full CSR was generated in Chesar 3.2 .
Please note that the IUCLID 6.1 substance dataset contains only the information that is reported in the CSR (Sections 1 to 8). REACH, however, also requires that the robust test summaries that form the basis for the hazard assessment part of the CSR are included in the IUCLID technical dossier. The details that are necessary to make the robust study summaries complete and thereby a compliant REACH technical dossier are not reported in the dataset, as these details are not meant to be transferred to the CSR. The IUCLID 6.1 substance dataset is limited to the establishment of a CSR only. It is not an example of IUCLID model data for REACH compliance with regard to completeness of the technical dossier.
ECHA has also developed suggested templates for Sections 9 and 10 of the Chemical Safety Report. These may be helpful for registrants who do not use Chesar for the exposure estimation and risk characterisation.