Great Britain starts own chemicals legislation „UK-REACH“

Brexit has Consequences for Trade of Chemicals With the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the EU and the end of the transition period on 31st December 2020, the validity of EU Regulation No. 1907/2006...

BREXIT and (UK) REACH: avoid supply chain disruption!

Impact for EU & UK companies using chemicals As a result of BREXIT, the UK officially left the EU on January 31st of this year, leaving us until the end of this year in a...

DEAL OR NO DEAL – WHAT THE INDUSTRY NEEDS FROM BREXIT

Peter Newport, Chief Executive, Chemical Business Association, highlights the industry’s post-Brexit commercial and regulatory priorities. W ith the final outcome of Brexit still in the balance, the industry is clear about what it needs from Brexit...

REACH dossiers – compliance matters

With tighter regulations coming in and compliance under scrutiny, it is time to take a closer look at your REACH dossiers. Chris Hughes, Principal Consultant at the National Chemical Emergency Centre (NCEC), shares his...

BUSINESS ALLIANCE WARNS OF HUGE NO-DEAL BREXIT DAMAGE

The Chemicals Business Association was one of dozens of trade associations and chief executives to sign a letter to the Prime Minister warning of the consequences of a no-deal Brexit. Representing a collective workforce of...

A road map for the transport of dangerous goods

By Caroline Raine, Chairman of the British Association of Dangerous Goods Professionals. In Great Britain the legal requirements for the transport of dangerous goods are set out in the Carriage of Dangerous Goods and Use of...

Stockpiling For Brexit

As businesses try as best they can to prepare for the potential consequences of Brexit, some are stockpiling supplies to understandably try to mitigate the impact of delays as a result of increased border...

Chemicals Regulation after Brexit – what next?

Since March 2017, when the UK invoked Article 50 to exit the EU, little else has been discussed by Government and policy makers. Whilst Government policy states that a no deal scenario (with no...

Preparing for the future

The Cosmetic, Toiletry and Perfumery Association (CTPA) acts as the voice of the UK industry, representing all types of companies involved in making, supplying and selling cosmetic and personal care products and suppliers to...

Companies stepping up efforts to ensure medicine supply post Brexit

Focus is now on 39 centrally authorised medicines, down from 108 The European Medicines Agency (EMA) has revised the number of centrally authorised medicines (CAPs) for which, based on current knowledge, there are concerns of...