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Phase 3 – Follow-up to ECHA’s decision

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Follow-up to dossier evaluation decision

ECHA starts the follow-up to dossier evaluation decision once the deadline for updating the registration dossier with the requested information has passed.

This deadline is set in the ECHA’s decision.

ECHA evaluates the latest submission of the registration dossier.

ECHA evaluates whether the information requested in the decision has been provided.

If the requirements are met, ECHA informs the registrants, the Member State competent authorities and the European Commission of any conclusion made and that the dossier evaluation process is complete.

The conclusions obtained from dossier evaluation can be used to address substances under other processes – substance evaluation, harmonised classification and labelling, identification of substances of very high concern or restriction.

ECHA informs the relevant Member States and national enforcement authorities of any cases where registrants do not provide the requested information by the set deadline.

ECHA informs them also if the registrants provide, for example, irrelevant studies or manifestly unreasonable adaptations.

If necessary, the Member States and enforcement authorities will address non-compliance by applying enforcement measures.

The national enforcement authority informs ECHA of any enforcement actions taken and the date by when the registrant will provide the missing information.

ico The national enforcement authority informs ECHA of any enforcement actions taken and the date by when the registrant will provide the missing information.

When a registrant provides new information which does not comply with the request in the decision, ECHA issues a new draft decision stating the reasons for the non-compliance and sends it to the registrants.

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FOLLOW-UP TO SUBSTANCE EVALUATION DECISION

The follow-up assessment by the eMSCA of the substance evaluation decision starts once all information is submitted or when the deadline set in ECHA’s decision for updating the dossier has passed.

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