ChemCon 2023 took place in Vienna from October 23 to 27. This conference brings together many experts from companies, authorities, and international organizations. The focus focus is the field of chemical legislation all over the world such as EU-REACH, UK-REACH, TSCA, K-REACH, GHS and many more.
We are excited to announce that we will be attending ChemCon Europe 2023 in Vienna, Austria, from 23rd to 27th October 2023. ChemCon is a global platform that brings together experts from companies, authorities, and international organizations to discuss the latest developments in international chemical legislation. We are proud to be a sponsor of this event and to share our insights and solutions with the chemical industry.
We are proud to announce that the latest version of opesus EHS Product Notification, version 4.6, is now available! This new release includes the IUCLID format update to version 6.7 that is relevant for the formats C&L, PCN and SCIP. Additionally, we provide the following improvements and new features.
Chemical Watch Expo took place this year in Amsterdam on the 15th and 16th June. For two days, the event brings together the chemical regulatory community to get up to date with the latest global regulatory developments. Experts and service providers address key developments in chemicals management and regulations affecting the industry. The topics were divided into three streams: Europe, Global, and Asia.
As is tradition at opesus, our new colleagues have chosen an organization for this year's Christmas Charity on behalf of our customers. In 2022, we were able to expand our team in Germany, the USA, and for the very first time in Spain. Therefore, our new colleagues (Alice, Anaid, Ella, James, Javier, Julia, Mikail, and Natalie) have chosen a Spanish foundation called Oncolliga.
In August 2022 opesus turned 10 years! Have a look back on our journey and the many milestones we've achieved.
Yordas Group and opesus are pleased to announce they have entered into a strategic partnership, combining Yordas’ regulatory data with opesus’ suite of sustainability solutions for SAP.
The annual DSAG conference took place from 11th to 13th October in Leipzig. The 3-day agenda was fully packed with keynotes, presentations, hands-on sessions from SAP, partners, industry, and DSAG. The DSAG work group EHS and Product Compliance also had a stream of three presentations, which was hosted by Markus Pogrzeba, co-chair of the working group.
The Federal Institute for Risk Assessment (BfR) is the appointed body for CLP Art. 45 in Germany. The institute receives product notifications and forwards them to the seven poison centres in Germany. The majority of product notifications are submitted centrally via the Submission Portal of the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA), which in turn forwards them to the BfR.
We are proud to announce that the latest version of opesus EHS Product Notification, version 4.4, is now available! This new release brings with it improvements and features for submitting information to the ECHA Submission Portal and EU SCIP Database.
Finally, after being postponed due to the pandemic, ChemCon Europe 2022 took place! ChemCon Europe 2022 was held in London from June 20th to 24th. The first day was a workshop focused on IT tools followed by two seminars. Tuesday through Friday were filled with great presentations covering the field of chemical regulations - from the EU, the UK, Turkey, Asia, and the Americas.
We are proud to announce that the latest version of opesus EPN SCIP EHSM Integration – version 1.4 – is now available! Here’s what’s new!
SAP customers using SAP S/4HANA for product compliance are now able to manage poison centre notifications (PCN) as a compliance requirement with the new PCN feature. In a recent blog post, SAP gave a preview of this new feature. This means that all SAP customers, whether on S/4HANA for product compliance or using SAP ECC, can manage UFIs for PCN notifications to the European Chemical Agency (ECHA).
We’re happy to share with you that the latest release of opesus EPN, version 4.3, is now available. Here’s a look at some of the new and improved features for customers using EPN with the EU PCN format and the Swiss BAG format.
We are proud to announce that the latest version of opesus EHS Product Notification, version 4.3, is now available! This new release brings with it improvements and features for submitting information to the ECHA SCIP Database.
The German Federal Institute for Risk Assessment (BfR) is the appointed body for receiving product notifications and forwarding them to the various poison centres in Germany. As the main responsible body, the BfR also checks product notifications for completeness and accuracy and work hand-in-hand with the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA).
On November 8 and 9, 2021, SAP held a two-day conference the SAP Environmental, Health and Safety and Product Compliance Info Days. This conference, held annually, is targeted to customers using SAP sustainability solutions. As an SAP Partner, naturally we attended the virtual webinar to get to know the latest solution updates and planned developments in the area of SAP Product Compliance.
On the 25th and 26th of October 2021, we finally had the chance to be at an on-site conference again. After a year of virtual events, this was a much-welcomed change. The 13th annual conference on CLP Classification, Labelling, and Packaging organized by the Chem-Academy was a hybrid event. It gave the participants the flexibility to either be on-site in Bonn or participate virtually.
We are proud to announce that the latest version of opesus EHS Product Notification, version 4.2, is now available! This new release brings with it improvements and features for submitting information to the ECHA SCIP Database.
We are proud to announce that the latest version of opesus EHS Product Notification, version 4.2, is now available! This new release brings with it improvements and features for our customers in the process industry. Besides new features for the poison centre notifications, we also included updates to the Swiss BAG format due to the upcoming compliance date for the new Swiss UFI requirement.