ECHA: Information on regulation of substances easier to find

03 April 2018

The Registry of Intentions (RoI), which contains information on substances intended for harmonised classification and labelling (CLH), identification as substances of very high concern (SVHCs) or restriction, has been restructured. This change will make it easier for users to find information on the possible future regulation for these substances.
Previously the RoI listed substances according to their dossier status. Now, substance information is presented in three lists based on regulatory process (CLH, identification as SVHC, restriction).
The newly added ‘Status’ field enables the user to track what stage the substance is at for a given process (ECHA News, 28 February 2018).
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