REACH Authorisation Service
We advise you on all questions of authorisation. In the best case, we can even obtain an exemption from authorisation for your substance concerned:
All substances listed in Annex XIV are subject to the authorisation procedure under REACH. In principle, all substances on the SVHC list can be subjected to the authorisation procedure according to a defined procedure, in which the European Commission makes the final decision. With the publication of the respective regulation amending Annex XIV of REACH, the deadline for an IUCLID authorisation application to be submitted by the manufacturer, importer or user, the expiry date for the use of the substance if no application is submitted and uses exempted from authorisation will be communicated. Substances listed in Annex XIV may only be manufactured, imported and used after the sunset date if the authorisation procedure has been successfully completed. Users without their own authorisation must ensure that the relevant upstream suppliers have taken their use into account in the authorisation application. An authorisation should be granted if the risk to human health and/or the environment is adequately controlled. This must be documented in the application for approval.
We take over for you or advise you on the following focal points:
- Complete advice on the subject of approval
- Preparation of an application for authorisation in IUCLID software according to Art. 62 REACH Regulation
- Training on how to prepare an application for authorisation in IUCLID software
- Analyses for substance identity (in suitable external laboratories)
- Creation of exposure scenarios and balancing of your substance for the corresponding uses for health and safety at work and for the environment as part of the following report to cover all discharges, emissions and releases
- Report on the demonstration that the risk to human health and/or the environment arising from the uses of the substance is adequately controlled
- Audit and advice on achieving strictly controlled conditions for intermediate uses of substances on Annex XIV, because if the conditions are met and documented, such use is exempted from authorisation (Art. 2(8b))
- Preparation of the socio-economic analysis report (SEA) (required for substances "without" threshold) according to Annex XVI REACH Regulation
- Preparation of the report on alternative substances and alternative processes
- Toxicological evaluation of alternative substances
- Evaluation of alternative methods with regard to the exposure of employees, consumers and the environment
- Creation of a substitution plan: if alternative substances/processes are available.
Our team will provide you with comprehensive advice on authorisation under REACH and will take over the complete application process for you. Contact us for a non-binding offer.