Last week saw the kick-off meeting for stakeholders of the SCIP database held by the European Chemicals Agency ECHA. The agency gave insights into the database set-up with possible access points for data submission either via a web application or via an interface to the IUCLID software. It was clearly stated however that there will be no export of data from the interface as well as no bulk upload of data. iPoint will continue to participate in the regular stakeholder meeting with ECHA. Once more details are known on the SCIP database prototype, iPoint is going to work on a way for iPoint Compliance customers to fulfil their reporting requirements in an easy and effective way.
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