John Falk of opesus America will be presenting “EU Poison Centre Notifications” at the Society for Chemical Hazard Communication (SCHC) virtual event on Monday, August 24th at 2:00 pm EST. His presentation will cover: Regulatory requirements Tools available to submit notifications Best practices, considerations, and experiences from a variety of industries If you want to […]
Are you supplying articles and complex objects on the EU market? If you are, the requirements of the Waste Framework Directive (WFD) might affect you. EU suppliers of articles and complex objects that contain substances from the Candidate List of substances of very high concern (SVHC) are required to submit information to the SCIP database. […]
Twice a year the entire opesus team comes together for a full week of what we call “Office Weeks”- one in summer and another in winter. For us, these weeks are the most intense, productive, and popular team working weeks of the year.
Opesus EHS Product Notification (EPN) for the EU SCIP Format is now available! Suppliers of articles who need to submit notifications to the ECHA SCIP database can now use opesus EPN to generate and submit dossiers in the SCIP format.
Right on schedule, the team at opesus released a new major version (3.2.10) of opesus EHS Product Notification (EPN). EPN is now used by more than 60 customers to report product data to ECHA, making it the market-leading software for companies using SAP.
On the 4th and 5th of May, ChemAcademy hosted the CLP Art. 45 Workshop. Opesians Markus Pogrzeba and David Köhler led the web conference and provided the framework for the workshop.
When we had to decide to cancel the conference in Frankfurt in order to switch to an online event, it was not easy for us. The personal exchange between customers, interested parties and partners is very important to us. As you know, our corporate philosophy is based to a large extent on precisely this personal […]
The goal to look from all angles at upcoming regulatory requirements and possible solutions for the notification of products (including the notification to the SCIP database) was achieved for sure at the opesus Product and Poison Centres Notification Virtual Conference 2020 on May 18th and 19th. Attendees got informative contents, interesting presentations and enjoyed the […]
The revised Waste Framework Directive (WFD) requires the establishment of a database for information on substances of concern in articles as such or in complex objects (products) (SCIP). The goal of this database is to improve the transparency on hazardous substances in articles for waste operators, authorities and consumers.
It is common knowledge now that the data requirements for submitting a dossier in the poison centre notification (PCN) format is extensive. Besides the new data points such as the UFI and EU Product Category, the PCN format requires full composition of the product and other data such as pH value and hazard classification.