From January 2021, users must submit notifications in the SCIP database format to the ECHA Portal. The newest release of opesus EPN is fully packed with new features that help companies meet their SCIP reporting obligations in the most efficient way possible! Here’s an overview of some of the newly added features. Read more
With less than a month to go to the first Poison Center Notification deadline, opesus EPN for PCN format version 4.0.00 brings with it several great new features and improvements. This include small improvements that bring great convenience, such as being able to view, with one click, the submitted dossier directly in the ECHA Submission Portal. Read on to see the other new features available. Read more
We just released the latest version of our EHS Product Notification for the EU SCIP Format. Version 4.0.00 includes several great new features and improvements, including enhanced article search capabilities, improved management of Confidential Business Information, and handling of SCIP numbers. Read on to see the other new features available for creating and managing SCIP dossiers with EPN. Read more
On 17th March, ECHA held a webinar where they introdcued the SCIP database prototype. With more than 250 people listening in, the webinar was very well attended. The prototype of the SCIP database was released a month ago to allow duty holders to familiarize themselves with the process of preparing and submitting dossiers in a test environment. Read more
Word has it that there is a possible postponement of the January 2020 deadline for notification of consumer use products to the poison centers under the CLP Art. 45 regulation. We too have received hints of the shift from January 2020 to January 2021 from various stakeholders who attended the CARACAL meeting in July such as ECHA, as well as from some of our customers who are active in industry associations, and national poison centers.
How does this affect my company?
Our very first event was a huge success! Focused on the topic of CLP Article 45 Poison Centre Notifications for SAP customers and supported by the German Chemical Industry Association (VCI), we had a great turnout of 93 attendees – more than double of what we expected when we started planning a year ago.