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Helsinki, Finland -- ECHA has published six Practical Guides to help registrants meet their information requirements for REACH registration.
EChA, the European Chemicals Agency is charged with implementing REACH (Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and restriction of CHemicals) legislation. The Practical Guides provide registrants with advice on preparing their registration dossiers using IUCLID 5. They also cover the options for the
adaptation of information requirements and include the reporting practice for alternative (e.g.
non-animal) testing methods. ECHA expects that the Guides will help registrants to make the
best use of integrated testing strategies and be clear about the level of detail needed to meet
their obligations under the law.
The six guides are titled:
- How to report in vitro data
- How to report Robust Study Summaries
- How to report Weight of Evidence
- How to report waiving
- How to report (Q)SARs
- How to report read-across and categories
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