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BREXIT and export of hazardous chemicals (regulation 649/2012)

(22.03.2019)

Pursuant to Article 8(2) of Regulation (EU) No 649/2012 on the export and import of hazardous chemicals, exporters are required to notify their exports 35 days before the expected date of export. In order to cover exports taking place in the first 35 days from the withdrawal date if there is no withdrawal agreement, a temporary procedure has been made available, which allows EU27-based exporters to notify the planned export to the United Kingdom in advance of the withdrawal date. These export notifications will take effect if the United Kingdom is, as of the withdrawal date, a third country without a withdrawal agreement entering into force on that date. The temporary procedure is to be carried out outside the ePIC application until the modalities of the UK’s withdrawal from the EU are known.

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13th OECD training course for Good Laboratory Practice inspectors

(19.10.2017)

On October 2-5, 2017 in Cracow (Poland), the 13th OECD training course for Good Laboratory Practice inspectors was held. This course was hosted by Bureau for Chemical Substances – the Polish GLP Monitoring Authority - under the auspices of the OECD GLP Working Group. Over 80 GLP inspectors from 36 countries attended the course. The purpose of the courses for GLP inspectors, organized every two years, is to exchange experiences and to help to expand knowledge of the GLP requirements.Opening ceremony of the course was made by Mr. Zbigniew J. Król - Undersecretary of State in the Ministry of Health, Mr. Sigman - Head of the OECD GLP and Pesticides Programmes, Mr. Hitoshi Someya - Chairman of the OECD GLP Working Group and Ms. Agnieszka Dudra - Inspector for Chemical Substances.

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The European Commission is looking for experts

(26.07.2016)
The European Commission is looking for experts to join a newly established independent advisory panel assisting Member States and the Commission in determining whether tobacco products have a characterising flavour.
More details HERE

Start of applying for a Submitter ID in the tobacco industry

(04.05.2016)
European Commission presented step by step how to apply for a Submitter ID. 
Firstly, you should create an ECAS account . This step is mandatory for submitters who intend to use the standalone application. ECAS is the European Commission Authentication Service. It allows users to access a wide range of Commission information systems, using a single username and password. 
 
 
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The draft act amending the act on the protection of health from the effects of the use of tobacco and tobacco products

(21.04.2016)

On 19 April 2016 the draft act amending the act on the protection of health from the effects of the use of tobacco and tobacco products was referred to the Sejm.

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EU Common Entry Gate for reporting of information on tobacco products and notification of information on electronic cigarettes and refill containers

(18.03.2016)
There is a possibility to test the notification platform, but at the moment only for companies, which have a proper IT infrastructure. The rest of companies will be able to take part in the next turn of testing. 
Moreover, there is an open access to European Commission Authentication Service (ECAS). Manufacturers and importers will need to create and ECAS account. It is the first step to receive ID number by submitter. More information can be found on websites below:
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Keep caps from kids

(12.12.2014)

Bureau for Chemical Substances joint awareness raising campaign: “Keep caps from kids”.

The main goal of this detergent industry initiative  is to promote the safe storage and use of liquid laundry detergent capsules.

  For more information please visit http://www.keepcapsfromkids.eu/uk

ECHA Committees support 16 uses of substances of very high concern

(26.09.2014)

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ECHA Committees support 16 uses of substances of very high concern

Committees for Risk Assessment (RAC) and Socio-economic Analysis (SEAC) have issued opinions in support of authorising the use of substances of very high concern (SVHCs). The opinions are based on eight applications for 16 specific uses.

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RAC concludes on scientific opinions for CLH

(26.09.2014)

RAC concludes on scientific opinions for CLH

The Committee for Risk Assessment (RAC) adopted five opinions for harmonised classification and labelling (CLH).

The RAC opinions, all agreed by consensus, concern the following substances:

  • Methanol
  • Chloralose
  • N,N dimethylacetamide (DMAC)
  • Iodomethane
  • Heptadecafluorononanoic acid and its sodium and ammonium salts (PFNA).

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