Survey of experiences of end-formulators of mixtures for consumer use

Survey of experiences of end-formulators of mixtures for consumer use

ECHA and the European Commission (DG Environment) are undertaking a study to assess the extent to which SDSs and Exposure Scenarios (ES) provide relevant information for end-use formulators who produce consumer mixtures, specifically regarding the exposure assessments which are required under REACH.

As part of the consultation for this study, formulators of mixtures for consumer use are invited to participate by completing a short questionnaire on their information needs, on experience related to REACH exposure scenarios communicated to them and on carrying out own chemicals safety assessment (if relevant).

This information is vital to the study as it will identify issues and problems and suggest recommendations for improving supply chain communication. We are therefore inviting formulating companies to complete the short online questionnaire which can be found here.

To help you prepare your response, a printable preview version of the questionnaire is also available under “supporting documents” at the bottom right of this screen. 

The deadline for completing this online questionnaire is 23 March 2018.

Responses to the questionnaire will be handled in the strictest confidence and will only be used for the purposes of this study.  Please note that responses to this questionnaire will be used in preparing the report for this study and that this report may subsequently be published.  The data provided by all respondents will be aggregated and anonymised, and all information provided by individual companies will be kept strictly confidential.

For more information please contact Max La Védrine

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Supporting Documentation