Helpful webinar slides and audio have been posted on ECHA’s site regarding the CoRAP evaluation process on chemicals registered under REACH.

Presentations emphasize the tight time frame for the evaluations and the need to coordinate with fellow registrants so you have a central contact point (likely the lead registrant) to deal with issues around new testing and data submissions that may be raised by the evaluating member state.  ECHA speakers reminded people that the listing on CoRAP does not mean there will be any change in current regulation of the chemical.  Of course, time will tell.

List of current (90) CoRAP chemicals

See earlier blog here

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