Registration, authorisation and notification services
Enviresearch’s expert team covers the full spectrum of technical areas needed to complete a REACH registration dossier, including classification and labelling and PBT assessment, uses and exposure, physical and chemical properties, environmental fate, ecotoxicology, human toxicology and analytical methods. Our REACH submission services include inquiry dossiers (Article 26), full registration dossiers (for any tonnage range, either as a joint registrant or lead registrant), as well as post-submission support to maintain an up-to-date dossier.
Preparation of technical dossiers using IUCLID software
For EU and UK REACH submissions, technical dossiers need to be compiled using the International Uniform Chemical Information Database (IUCLID) platform for storing and retrieving detailed hazard information concerning chemical substances. Enviresearch has a wealth of experience in preparing REACH technical dossiers and navigating IUCLID and can aid with all IUCLID submission types.
Substances of very high concern (SVHC) compliance services
SVHCs are substances that have hazards with serious consequences. For example, they are classified as carcinogenic, mutagenic or reprotoxic or classed as persistent chemicals that can accumulate in the environment. These substances require authorisation as opposed to registration, meaning they are often authorised for specific uses, e.g., industrial use only. Additional data and sound scientific justification needs to be presented for these substances to be listed on the UK/EU candidate list for authorised substances. Our team of experts are well placed to advise on and provide such justification for the risk assessment of these concerning substances.
Preparation of chemical safety reports (CSR)
A CSR needs to be completed under REACH for each substance registered at or above 10 tonnes per year and sets out exposure scenarios relevant to user safety. In addition, exposure assessment and risk characterisation for substances classified as dangerous or as having persistent, bioaccumulative and toxic (PBT) or very persistent and very bioaccumulative (vPvB) properties need to be presented for evaluation. Our team of experts can perform exposure assessments covering all necessary areas, including human health, environmental fate and ecotoxicology assessments.