The CLP-Regulation (GHS-Regulation) is an European Act for implementing the UN Model Regulations also known as Regulation (EU) No. 1272/2008. It came into force in January 2009 implemented in parallel to the REACH Regulation and is based on the GHS: Globally Harmonized System of Classification, Labelling and Packaging of Chemicals of the United Nations. The GHS is a global system which addresses the classification and labelling of chemicals in Safety Data Sheets and on packaging.
There are various reporting requirements to fulfil as per the REACH/SVHC. Article 33 of the REACH Regulation sets the obligation to report within the supply chain and vis-à-vis private consumers. Manufacturers of products (called "parts" in the IMDS) have to meet their obligation to inform the receiver in the event of the presence of more than 0.1% of the gross weight of a substance included in the REACH list.
In such an event all downstream participants of the supply chain have to be informed
The European Regulation (EU) No. 1907/2006, which came into force on 1st July 2007, is the basis for the REACH Regulation. It regulates the use and introduction of all substances and preparations to the EU market. REACH stands for "Registration, Evaluation and Authorisation of Chemicals".
The Regulation mainly targets those substance that can have a harmful effect on the health of human beings and/or on the environment. Such substance are known as Substances of Very High Concern (refer also to
REACH stands for "Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals". The Regulation (EU) No. 1907/2006 came into force in June 2007 and is also known as the EU Chemicals Regulation. It is supposed to ensure that manufacturers and importers take on the responsibility for safe handling of chemicals.
The regulation is valid in all the EU member nations and regulates that only those chemical substances with prior registration be brought into circulation. The European Chemical