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Professionals Share Insights into SIEF Management under REACH-like Regulations

Purchasing data for use in Taiwan REACH or K-REACH registration from EU REACH data owners is hindered by communication difficulties and lack of cross regional data sharing standards. Big companies may decline joint registration in Taiwan as many of their potential co-registrants could be considered competitors. Taiwan’s SIEF-like platform has its functionality limited to aiding in finding suitable co-registrants. South Korea’s CICO (SIEF-like) system will be released two weeks later.

A panel discussion on substance information exchange forum (SIEF) management under REACH-like regulations including K-REACH and Taiwan REACH was delivered during the Chemical Regulatory Annual Conference 2019 held by REACH24H in Xi’an on September 2nd, 2019. Professionals, including Ms. Catherine Cornu from the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA), Mr. HwoKyung Lee from the Korea Testing & Research Institute (KTR) and Ms. Cheish Yahui Ni from the Environmental Resource International Co., Ltd.(ERI) introduced ongoing efforts made by regulatory authorities and shared their insights.

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