The NCEC REACH Consultancy services has been in operation since the creation of the regulation and witnessed first-hand the process and kind of issues that can arise during the first two registration deadlines for larger tonnages (>1000 t 2010 and 100-1000 t 2013). While the next registration deadline is not until 2018, it will focus on the smaller tonnage brackets more likely represented by Small-Medium sized Enterprises (SMEs). As part of the NCEC’s duty of good care we strongly recommend all clients and potential clients to plan for registration and not leave everything until 2018. The costs for data packets (letters of access), ECHA admin fees and understanding the supply chain can take time and money, so multiple registrations in the same year can add up!
The NCEC’s REACH support services are designed to help companies based within Europe in meeting the obligations of the regulations, which can sometimes be complex and convoluted. The service provides a hands-on level of support and friendly face to help make sense of the regulations and what your obligations and options are. Specific items of the service include:
The National Chemical Emergency Centre has operated within the chemical safety legislation sector for more than 40 years and provides a robust platform to answer all the questions you might have.
For further information or to talk through your own position within the REACH process please complete the contact form and we will get in touch.