You should register if you are:
REACH requires EU manufacturers and importers of chemical substances (>1tonne/year) to obtain information on physiochemical, health and environmental properties of their substances and use it to determine how these can be used safely. This means that each manufacturer and importer should submit to the European Chemical Agency (ECHA) a Registration dossier documenting the data and assessments.
Registration is based on the "one substance, one registration" principle. This means that manufacturers and importers of the same substance have to submit their registration jointly. The analytical and spectral information provided should be consistent and sufficient to confirm the substance identity. The Lead Registrant submit the joint registration dossier and each co-registrant has the obligation to submit its own information in its individual dossier.
==> More information on the REACH Registration process is available in the dedicated section of ECHA website.
Two options are available for the Registration of the substances covered by the Nickel REACH Consortia:
Members of the Nickel REACH Consortia have the right to participate in the activities of the Consortia, including the General Assembly who takes the decisions related to the approval of the dossier updates and Consortia workplan.
The Letter of Access (LoA) is a short document that essentially grants recipients the limited and narrow right to refer to the registration dossier solely to register a specific substance under REACH. The recipients' rights to review/inspect the information submitted is limited to what is strictly necessary.
With a Letter of Access:
> You can refer to the registration dossier for REACH compliance within the EU (token + name of the Joint Submission)
> You receive a locked pdf copy of the CSR (only for tonnage band >10t/y), as well as specific sections of the IUCLID file and some guidance documents.
1. A fee for studies conducted for the EU Nickel Risk Assessment
2. A fee for the 2007-2010 workplan
3. A fee for the 2011-2017 workplan (updates of the Dossiers)
4. A fee for the 2018 workplan (updates of the Dossiers)
If you consider one of these options please contact us and communicate us:
As a general rule, substances need to be registered before being manufactured or imported into the EU in quantities above 1 tonne per year. A transition regime was set out in the Regulation for substances already present in the EU market before the entry into force of REACH in 2007. The following Registration deadlines apply to these phase-in substances:
30 November 2010 was the deadline for companies to register substances of which they produce or import more than 1,000 tonnes a year or substances classified as CMRs or very toxic to the aquatic environment.
31 May 2013 was the deadline for registration of substances of which companies produce or import more than 100 tonnes a year
31 May 2018 is the deadline for registration of substances of which companies produce or import more than one tonne a year