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Tracked Major EU Legislations
Selected EU Regulation and France specific measures
TOP 5 European Institutions
Out of the top 5, three institutions are involved in the making of EU legislation: The European Parliament, the Council of the European Union, and the European Commission. These three institutions produce through the "Ordinary Legislative Procedure" the policies and laws that apply throughout the EU.
The European Parliament (EP) is elected by the citizens of the European Union to represent their interests.
Council of the European Union
The Council of the European Union is the EU's main decision-making body. It represents the member states, and its meetings are attended by one minister from each of the EU's national governments.
The European Commission is independent of national governments. Its job is to represent and uphold the interests of the EU as a whole. It drafts proposals for new European laws, which it presents to the European Parliament and the Council.
Court of Justice
The Court of Justice's job is to make sure that EU legislation is interpreted and applied in the same way in all EU countries, so that the law is equal for everyone. It ensures, for example, that national courts do not give different rulings on the same issue.
Court of Auditors
The Court of Auditor's job is to check that EU funds, which come from the taxpayers, are properly collected and that they are spent legally, economically and for the intended purpose. Its aim is to ensure that the taxpayers get maximum value for their money, and it has the right to audit any person or organisation handling EU funds.
International Legislations of Interest
Foreign EU like regulations, or body of chemical legislations related to manufacturing, import or export of goods
Selected Foreign Legislations
A narrow set of international legislations on chemicals that are currently tracked by our organisation.
Companies placing new chemical substances on the Chinese market must submit new chemical registrations to the Chemical Registration Centre (CRC) of the Ministry of Environmental Protection Agency (MEP) of China. Access to China REACH Services.
Under the Chinese "Regulation for Administrative Registration of Cosmetic Products", companies seeking to place on the Chinese market a raw material for use in the formulation of cosmetic products, must submit an application including administrative and technical information. Access to China Cosmetics Services.
China Compliant MSDS/SDS
Companies operating on the domestic chinese market are required to supply specific china compliant MSDS. Access to China Compliant MSDS Services.
K REACH (Korea REACH) is the counterpart for South Korea of the EU REACH regulation. Access to K REACH Compliant Services.
UN GHS stands for The Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS) created by the United Nations. Access to UN GHS Compliant Services.
Major Regulatory Events
The focus will be on experiences from companies, stakeholders, Member States, ECHA and the European Commission. Training on biocides IT tools and one-to-one sessions are also on offer.
Base on the United Nations’ Globally Harmonised System (GHS), it is the only legislation in the EU for classification and labelling of substances and mixtures.