Among the multiple resources of the 2018-19 Healthy Workplaces campaign, the EU-OSHA e-tool on dangerous substances and chemical products aims to provide enterprises with the information and advice they need to assess and manage the related safety and health hazards.
Two guidance documents have been updated with advice for companies preparing registration dossiers that cover nanoforms. The documents help registrants in fulfilling new legal requirements for nanomaterials that apply from 1 January 2020.
ECHA has published a list of over 21 000 REACH registered substances mapped in its ‘chemical universe’. The substances have been divided into five pools based on the regulatory actions in place, initiated or considered for them. It also highlights that there are still thousands of substances for which possible actions have not yet been determined.
The RadioNuclide metrology team at JRC-Geel has produced an easy-to-read comprehensive overview of their work to verify the quality of radioactivity monitoring data in Europe.
Twelve European Innovation Council (EIC) pilot funded companies showcased their groundbreaking technologies to L’Oréal in Paris, France on 26-27 November 2019. The innovators took full advantage of partnering with c-level managers.