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2017 IMDS and Chemical Reporting Summit

Article posted on Thursday, July 20,2017 at 11:52am

Come join us at this years 2017 IMDS & Chemical Reporting Summit Why do we use IMDS? How will it impact you? This year’s event, which takes place over one and a half days and includes an evening reception at the end of the first day, will address those questio

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You Can't Go it Alone

Article posted on Sunday, November 22,2015 at 12:50pm

By Michael Wurzman “You can’t go it alone” is an adage that becomes ever more true as we address the data issues of REACH compliance.  Success in achieving compliance requires us to overcome the supply chain data reporting objections that are blocking ou

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Article 33 obligations under REACH; The law of unintended consequences…or were they intentional?

Article posted on Friday, November 13,2015 at 4:39pm

By Michael Wurzman EU importers supply articles from non-EU manufacturers to the EU market. If any of those articles contain a Substance of Very High Concern (SVHC) in a concentration above 0.1% (w/w), REACH’s Article 33 requires the importer to automatically provide ava

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Reducing REACH Risk Management

Article posted on Friday, November 13,2015 at 4:14pm

By Michael Wurzman Recently, an equipment manufacturer voiced some concerns to me that you may also have. “REACH is so complicated,” he said. “It has so many nuances. How can I protect my company from being caught with an SVHC problem?  Where do I start?

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Article Library

  • 2017 IMDS and Chemical Reporting Summit
  • Article 33 obligations under REACH; The law of unintended consequences…or were they intentional?
  • Reducing REACH Risk Management
  • You Can't Go it Alone
  • The REACH Data Dilemma: Part 2
  • The REACH Data Dilemma: Part 1
  • The Case for Training
  • The Importer-of- Record and REACH Obligations
  • The “H” Factor