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[EN]Supply and Demand, Source Epidemic Prevention Supplies Globally and Technical Disinfection product assistance.
The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic, which started late December in Wuhan City and the has resulted in global supply chain disruption, leading to shortages of many supplies, especially essential medical devices and personal protective equipment.
There is still something we can do to support each other and fight against the virus. Now RNI is pleased to announce the organization emergency team
is totally ready to support our historical expertise on the Disinfection product usage, authorization procedure and markets information, which aims to be an information bridge for global suppliers and buyers of epidemic prevention products.
Our additional services focus is mainly oriented to the enterprises who are sourcing epidemic prevention supplies or selling relevant products (i.e. masks, protective suits, disinfectants, etc.). We are able to provide regulatory support for face mask producers, also managing testing activities according to EN 14683 and EN 10993-1 standards.
HOW IT WORKS
This services allows both buyers and suppliers to match their mutual commercial interest helping effectively match supply and demand on the Unional market then
also providing EU certification for your products.
Feel free to contact us to the following link: http://www.reachup.it/index.php/en/contacts
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In principle, REACH applies to all chemicals: not only those used in industrial processes, but also those that are used daily, for example in detergents or paints, and those found in articles such as clothes, household appliances and toys. The regulation, therefore, affects us all.
The REACH Regulation involves a wide range of companies belonging to many sectors, including those that may not be concerned with chemicals issues that play a role in the supply chain from the producer to the final consumer.
CLP is the European Regulation concerning the classification, labeling and packaging of dangerous substances and mixtures. It aligns previous EU legislation with the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS), a United Nations system for identifying hazardous chemicals and informing users about those hazards.
On 22 March 2017, Reg. (EU) 2017/542 was published, which amends Reg. (EU) 1272/2008 (CLP) and constitutes Annex VIII "Harmonized information relating to the health emergency response and prevention measures on mixtures classified as dangerous, to be communicated to the Bodies designated pursuant to Art. 45 of the CLP". The new harmonized notification procedure provides for the submission of a IUCLID6 format dossier through the portal made available by ECHA. All hazardous mixtures will be assigned a Unique Formula Identifier (UFI) number through a phased rollout process that began on January 1, 2021.
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