Цей довідник є «живим» документом, у якому представлені відповіді на загальні та специфічні запитання, що задають представники промисловості, громадськості та інших заінтересованих сторін включно з органами влади, щодо
законодавчих змін України у сфері хімічної безпеки та обігу хімічних речовин, які відбулися та продовжуються внаслідок прийняття базового Закону України «Про забезпечення хімічної безпеки та управління хімічною продукцією» №
2804-IX від 01.12.2022. Read in full →
The purpose of this analytical study is to review the current European Union Emissions Trading System (EU ETS) and the future Border Carbon Adjustment Mechanism (EU CBAM), determine the degree of harmonization of relevant Ukrainian legislation in this sphere and provide forecasts of financial impact on Ukrainian exporters of certain products in the EU due to the entry into force of EU CBAM.
The main purpose of this study is to provide a quick understanding of the general mechanism of the EU ETS and EU CBAM, their structural elements and their relationships, thus specific technical features and administrative procedures of these systems are not discussed in detail, they will be the subject of separate research.
The findings of this study are based on available information and logical reasoning of the developer.
This guidance is designed to analyze the hazards of chemicals registered as dangerous factors, to create a methodology for their distribution due to their hazardous properties for taking additional regulatory measures in accordance with future legislation of Ukraine in the sphere of chemical safety and security management.
The workshop is intended for use by responsible employees of business entities and central executive bodies whose activities are related to the regulation of chemicals circulation.
Huge part of the guidance is performed in the Excel spreadsheet, which lists all chemical substances from the State register of dangerous factors, their hazard classification according to GHS, pre-prioritization by criteria for especially hazardous and poisonous chemicals.
This guidance is designed to facilitate the search for relevant and valid information on the hazards of chemicals and the results of risk assessments, which is published by the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) on its website.
The workshop intentionally provides a minimum of links to ECHA site pages in order to quickly train professionals to navigate the site, as ECHA often updates it, changes links, their names, but the algorithm itself remains stable.
Ability to speak and read in English or cooperation of specialists with an interpreter is required to use the ECHA website and analyze the data.
In CLP Regulation there is the requirement for the designation in any EU country of certain authoritiesor institutions as Poison centers, whose main task is to develop recommendations for first aid and further treatment of persons exposed to hazardous mixtures and provide them to medical and emergency services.
In turn, legal entities have to provide these authorities with information on the composition and hazards of mixtures they place in EU market, assign a unique identifier and place it on product labels.
The wguidance highlights these processes and provides advice to non-EU suppliers on providing information to EU importers while preserving confidential information.
This guidance highlights the requirements for the use of chemical substances which are to be registered according to REACH Regulation and which may be registered under a simplified procedure - the registration of intermediate but adverse exposure of which must be fully minimized and controlled. Read in full →
The guidance aims to analyze and present the contemporary practice of developing standards and similar regulatory and technical documents at industrial enterprises. Read in full →
This guidance is designed for national fertilizer manufacturers and trader companies to clarify the provisions and provide recommendations in preparation for the transition to new rules for placing of fertilizer products to the EU market when exporting fertilizers.
The new rules are introduced by Regulation (EU) 2019/1009, which establishes rules for the placing on the EU market of fertilizing products, for CE labeling and ammends Regulations (EU) № 1069/2009 and (EU) № 1107/2009. The new Regulation repealed Regulation № 2003/2003 of 13 October 2003 on fertilizers.
Annual update of the Reference book of existing or draft laws and regulations in the sphere of regulation of chemical products circulation in different countries around the world by regions: Europe, North America, South America, Asia-Pacific.