SCIP database: what does it mean for your organisation?

SCIP database: what does it mean for your organisation?
9 Jun 2020

9 June 2020, 14:00 – 15:00 BST

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From 5 January 2021, any article containing a Substance of Very High Concern (SVHC) which is being placed on the EU market, will need to be declared to ECHA; including all complex objects (products) where the product is made from more than one article. 

This information will need to be entered into the Substances of Concern In articles as such or in complex objects (Products) (SCIP) database, established under the Waste Framework Directive (WFD). Any article containing a SVHC that is on the REACH Candidate List (more than 0.1% of concentration weight by weight) will need to be notified to ECHA within 6 months from its inclusion into the List. This will pose a new challenge for organisations who now need to become familiar with the requirements prior to the deadline and keep up to date with their obligations under REACH and WFD. 

In this webinar, Caroline Raine will help you understand what the SCIP database is and how to begin preparing for your submissions now. The webinar will take a detailed look at the following: 

  • Obligations and information requirements.
  • Product portfolio.
  • IUCLID software and online portal.
  • Timely collection of relevant information.

Our regulatory experts sit on various ECHA working groups and this webinar will provide you with guidance and help to understand your obligations which will help you make informed decisions to enable compliance with the upcoming SCIP deadline.  

This will be followed by a live question and answer session.