The purpose of the authorisation system for use of Substances of Very High Concern (SVHC) set out in the REACH Regulation is to replace these substances with other less hazardous substances.
From the moment these Substances of Very High Concern (SVHC) are put on the candidate list for authorisation until they are finally included in Annex XIV, REACH Integra offers diverse services to prepare the authorisation applications and to notify ECHA of the Substances of Very High Concern (SVHC) in articles:
SVHC in articles:
Authorisation for Uses of Substance (Annex XIV):
In the case of authorisation applications, filling in procedures are more complicated than simply submitting the Registration Dossiers to ECHA. For instance, ECHA must be previously notified about the intention to submit an authorisation application, whether individually or jointly; a briefing with ECHA must be held to define how the submission of the authorisation shall be carried out such as via strict control or socio-economic analysis.