Industry stakeholders, EU Member States, the European CHemicals Agency (ECHA), and any other interested party obtain the IUCLID installation kit from this web site; once installed, the local IUCLIDs are the essential tool to capture & store, submit, and exchange data on chemical substances stored according the format of the OECD [Harmonised Templates]
Improve dossier quality and create the full chemical safety report with new versions of IUCLID plug-ins
A new version of the IUCLID chemical safety report (CSR) plug-in and a Dossier Quality Assistant have been released.
With the new CSR plug-in, REACH registrants are able to integrate information directly from the Chemical safety assessment and reporting tool (Chesar) to easily create the full chemical safety report in one go. The updated plug-in is especially beneficial to registrants using Chesar. It enables the merging of sections 1 to 8 of the chemical safety report generated from IUCLID data with sections 9 and 10 generated in Chesar, once the chemical safety assessment has been finalised in Chesar. In order to ensure consistency of information between the technical IUCLID dossier and the chemical safety assessment performed in Chesar, the plug-in also verifies all substance properties and reported uses. If necessary, uses assessed in Chesar are added directly into the right section of IUCLID with a simple mouse click. The new release also permits the user to manage part A of the chemical safety report, containing the summary of risk management measures and related declarations, directly inside the plug-in itself.
The Dossier Quality Assistant helps registrants detect potential inconsistencies in their registration dossiers. It is made available as an additional tool incorporated in the new version (5.4.3) of the Technical Completeness Check (TCC) plug-in for IUCLID 5. It does not introduce any changes to the current TCC rules or affect the outcome of the Technical Completeness Check performed on registration dossiers but helps registrants identify potential shortcomings. The tool runs automatically when the registrants launch the Technical Completeness Check on their dossiers and substance datasets in IUCLID 5. The results are shown in a new separate screen, where registrants can see the potential deficiencies detected by the tool. It also provides links to additional information on how companies can address the issues encountered as well as possible explanations as to why reported inconsistencies might be justifiable in rare situations.