Costs of Data Sharing under EU REACH Regulation

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Stella Lu
Tuesday , 27th Aug 2019
REACH24H Consulting Group China

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The EU REACH Regulation (EC) No. 1907/2006 has been implemented for more than 10 years. According to the principle of “One Substance, One Dossier”, for substances with dossiers submitted and LR established, companies have to join in the joint submission to comply with the regulation. Companies have to communicate with LR about the LOA purchasing and data sharing fees to complete registration. Though ECHA published several guidance documents on data sharing, LOA fee is always the key element for hindering companies to make the final decisions in having the registration. In this webinar, we will focus on the principles of LOA cost calculation and the situations on additional costs of data sharing after registration completion, aiming to help companies to assess whether the data sharing fee is fair or not and to cut loss.

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  1. Element and principle of LOA fee calculation

  2. Authority's requirements on data sharing

  3. Influence of compliance check and dossier evaluation on data sharing fees

  4. Solutions on unfair LOA fee calculation

  5. Case study

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  • REACH24H Regulatory Consultant
    Stella Lu is an experienced regulatory consultant and has successfully assisted hundreds of enterprises with their compliance project under REACH Regulation. Actively in the SIEF of more than a thousand substances, Stella keeps good relationship with these LRs and is good at dealing with demanding cases including dispute.