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Public activities coordination tool

Public activities coordination tool

The public activities coordination tool (PACT) provides an overview of the substance-specific activities that authorities are working on under REACH and the CLP Regulation. These activities are being carried out in line with ECHA’s Integrated Regulatory Strategy.

PACT provides up-to-date information on the activities planned, ongoing or completed by ECHA and/or MSCAs for a given substance in the following areas:

  • Data generation and assessment – dossier evaluation, substance evaluation, informal hazard assessment (PBT/vPvB/ED).
  • Regulatory management option analysis (RMOA).
  • Regulatory risk management – harmonised classification and labelling (CLH) , SVHC identification, restriction.

A summary of the all the substance-specific activities can be found under ‘Details’ for each entry.

Alkanes, C14-17, chloro

EC / List no: 287-477-0 CAS no: 85535-85-9
Data generation and assessment
SEv - Substance evaluation (Community Rolling Action Plan (CoRAP))
SEv 1
Evaluating Member State
United Kingdom
Co-Evaluating Member State
Initial grounds for concern
Suspected PBT/vPvB
High (aggregated) tonnage
Wide dispersive use
Year
2012
Status
Concluded
Conclusion document
Latest update
11/02/2020
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PBT - Persistent, bioaccumulative and toxic assessment
PBT 1
Authority
Sweden
Status
Concluded
Outcome
PBT
vPvB
Follow-up
RMOA
Hazard assessment outcome document
Remarks
Concern
PBT (Article 57 d)
Date of intention
03/02/2012
Date of hazard assessment
11/02/2020
Latest update
23/03/2020
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Regulatory Management Option Analysis
RMOA 1
Authority
Germany
Concern
Carcinogenic
Endocrine disruption
Mutagenic
Toxic for reproduction
Status
Concluded
Outcome
Appropriate to initiate regulatory risk management action
Follow-up
Restriction
RMOA conclusion document
Remarks
Date of intention
17/06/2019
Date of RMOA conclusion
08/10/2020
Latest update
19/10/2020
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RMOA 2
Authority
United Kingdom
Concern
Bioaccumulation
Persistence
Toxic for reproduction
Status
Concluded
Outcome
Appropriate to initiate regulatory risk management action
Follow-up
SVHC
Restriction
RMOA conclusion document
Remarks
Date of intention
01/10/2019
Date of RMOA conclusion
03/12/2019
Latest update
12/12/2019
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