REACH basic for beginners


If for some reason you need to understand the basics of REACH regulation now, you can find the necessary information summarized on the CD “What the industry participants need to know about the REACH regulation” prepared by me.

When ordering the CD, you can receive a free one hour telephone consultation as a bonus, in which we can discuss the questions that came up while you were listening to the CD.
The CD is in Hungarian language, so for non-Hungarian speakers I recommend a REACH consultancy service instead of the CD. We can do the REACH consultancy through skype or personally.

Price of REACH CD: 12000 HUF

What is REACH?

For many companies, REACH means nothing more than added work, increased expenses and doubts at the same time. My consultancy offers guidance and support for companies in a successful implementation of this new European Union chemical legislation.
REACH is Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council concerning the Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals, which came into effect on 1 June 2007.

REACH requires active participation from all members of the industry in order to achieve regulatory compliance

This EU Regulation requires that all substances manufactured within or imported into the EU as stand alone or part of a more complex preparation, or article which exceed 1 ton / year in quantity by manufacturer or importer, must be pre-registered and registered within very specific and strict time-frames. Only substances which have been pre-registered between June1, 2008 and November 30, 2008 can be manufactured or imported after June 1 2008. Furthermore, only substances which have been registered by Dec 2010, June 2013 or June 2018, depending on the volume manufactured or imported, can continue to be further manufactured or imported.

The outcome of the registration inspections will define whether these substances are considered safe or if any restrictions, substitutions or bans must be implemented for purposes of safety. The safety information on substances must be provided through the entire supply chain to allow all users to safely handle chemicals.