Tuesday, 3 November 2020, 2:00 PM

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In 2017, the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) published a Technical Regulation called EAEU TR 041/2017 (commonly known as “Eurasia REACH”). The Regulation covers Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Armenia and Kyrgyzstan and is due to come into force on 2 June 2021.

Ahead of the Regulation being enforced, Russia, as one of the EAEU’s member states, has enabled industry to submit nominations to its chemical substance inventory. The chemical register contains over 54,000 entries and is searchable online. The register will eventually contain information on chemicals that are restricted, prohibited etc.

The Regulation introduces state registration requirements for chemicals and mixtures and details requirements for hazard classification, labelling and the development of chemical product “safety passports” (SP). SP, analogous to Safety Data Sheets, must be formally registered.

The session will cover:

  • Overview of EAEU TR 041/2017
  • Regulatory scope and exemptions
  • Russian inventory – how to access
  • Registration deadlines
  • Preparation for entry into force of the TR
  • Chemical product safety passports registration

This webinar is ideal for:

  • Companies that manufacture, import or supply chemicals to Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Armenia and Kyrgyzstan
  • Those responsible for environmental compliance in manufacturing businesses
  • Those dealing with customer enquiries relating to regulatory compliance

The Host

Sophie Guinard, Senior Regulatory Consultant, Yordas Group

Sophie leads the development and delivery of chemical notification services globally, including in Asia, the Americas, the Middle-East and Russia. Sophie’s expertise lies in researching new notification systems, setting up and coordinating new services, delivering training and regulatory auditing. Sophie holds an MSc in Environmental Science from Lancaster University.

How can we help?

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