Regulations on the dangers of chemicals have been adopted at the level of states and the European Community in order to improve the protection of human health and the environment from the risks that chemicals may present, while increasing the competitiveness of the chemical industry. It also promotes alternative methods of substance hazard assessment to reduce the number of animal tests.

In principle, the regulations apply to all chemicals, not only for those used in industrial processes, but also for those in our daily lives, for example in cleaning products, paints and items such as clothing, furniture and appliances. home appliances. In order to comply with this obligation, undertakings must identify and manage the risks associated with the substances they produce and place on the market. They must demonstrate that the substance can be used safely and communicate risk management measures to users.

Implement regulations / directives on registration, evaluation, authorization, and restriction of chemicals


  • Analysis of legislative changes
  • Selection of regulatory changes specific to the activity of the downstream importer / producer / user
  • Elaboration of questionnaires for updating the information about the activity carried out
  • Quarterly information on legislative changes
  • Analysis and feedback on the elaborated documentation (SDS, CSR, according to the structure recommended according to the norms in force)
  • Training session on REACH requirements
  • Registration of the substance in IUCLID / REACH / SCIP