We guarantee your REACH compliance because we all pull in one direction with you and your suppliers!

REACH compliance means knowing which substances are contained in the company’s own product. This is inextricably linked with the willingness of the supplier to provide the necessary information to the customer. As a result, the situation can be summed up with a simple equation:

Product Compliance = Parts Compliance x Willingness to Communicate

Most systems or supplier requests fail because of the multiplicator “supplier’s willingness to communicate”. The first task of every REACH communication is to improve this state of affairs and requires the following:

  • Communication software that addresses the supplier sensitively and individually
  • Trained staff who support the supplier with this topic, the operation of the software and also the individual provision of data

REACH compliance is an integral task that can only be carried out by dealing with the supplier as a partner.

REACH worldwide

REACH stands for the Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemical substances and has been in force as a European regulation since June 1, 2007. It is supported by the CLP Regulation (Regulation on Classification, Labelling and Packaging of Substances and Mixtures). Both of these regulations are often underestimated and their risks are not taken into account sufficiently. Moreover, these regulations are often supplemented with other product- and/or market-specific provisions such as the RoHS Directive or specific certification stipulations.

Other worldwide „REACH-like“ regulations are:

  • TSCA Chemical Substance Inventory/USA

  • „K-REACh” or AREC – Act on the Registration and Evaluation of Chemicals in Korea (since January 1st, 2015)

  • “China REACH” or IECSC – Inventory of Existing Chemical Substances/China (since October 15th, 2010)

  • EHSNR – Regulation on Environmentally Hazardous Substances Notification and Registration/Malaysia (since2011)

  • TCSCA – Toxic Chemical Substance Control Act/Taiwan

  • KKDIK – Chemicals regulation/Türkei

  • and others