Sief Agreement Reach

We ask you to sign the SIEF agreement before February 1, 2018, if you intend to register in 2018. If your company has a 2018 registration deadline but would like to register earlier, please contact immediately to discuss the agreements. The law firm Keller & Heckman LLP is the custodian of the agreement. For more information on the consortium or approval, please contact Herb Estreicher: siefs are independent – they are not „in possession“ of ECHA. At the same time, they play a crucial role within REACH. SIEF activities take place outside REACH-IT. The structure and communication must be organised by the SIEF members themselves. A good practice is to regularly inform all SIEF members of the latest developments. . This paper highlights the importance of fairness in the cost-sharing process in ISIC. The members of the FDE designate an LR to submit the common registration dossier.

The joint submission shall include the main part of the technical dossier, including the classification and labelling of the substance, (robust) study summaries and, where appropriate, the proposal for new tests. The ER serves as a point of contact for registrants of other substances who wish to „read“ the substance data for their own substance. In developing the Alloys Consortium, the lead companies have taken into account, to the extent possible, the views of other actors in this sector on the basis of the draft circulated in May 2008. . A SIEF is a forum to support registrants who intend to register the same substance. It aims to facilitate the exchange of data between companies in order to avoid double studies (unnecessary tests) and to achieve agreed classification and labelling. The REACH-IT SFF dialog box contains, where appropriate, the results of these surveys. In order to achieve an efficient registration and communication process within the SIEF, it is recommended to group the members of the SIEF into 4 different categories according to 4 different SIEF codes. These codes reflect the role of each company in each given pre-SIEF/SIEF. This form letter can be used to send the survey to SIEF members.

This consortium was set up by leading companies to defend the interests of EU producers and importers of chromium alloys with regard to their obligations under reach. The substances covered by the Chromium Alloys Consortium are ferrochrome and ferrosilicochrome. This document explains the process that companies must follow when they have submitted their files „individually“ and now wish to update their files to be part of a joint submission. . A point of clarification regarding CSR. Cr Metall is not classified. Therefore, the concept of coverage of uses is not relevant, as there will be no exposure scenarios. Equality is 96% purity for cr-metal, provided that no impurities lead to cr-metal being considered hazardous/hazardous in accordance with the Hazardous Substances Directive/CLP. This is the case of cr-metal as such. Equality for cr as a component of alloys is managed differently. If you produce/import FeCr/FeSiCr, you need separate access to CSR ferrochrome alloys.

Talk to if this is your situation. SUBSTANCE Information Exchange Fora (SIEF) is set up to facilitate the exchange of information, avoid duplication in new studies and, if necessary, agree on classification and labelling. SIEFs are made up of companies that intend to register the same substance. A SIEF does not have a mandatory legal form, but it is a forum for exchanging data and other information on a given substance….