ECHA will release the new version of IUCLID (https://iuclid6.echa.europa.eu/) on October 28th. With that the release of version 1.0 of the SCIP database is also expected, for companies to fulfil their reporting obligation under the Waste Framework Directive.
Preparations for January 2021 in full swing
The obligation to transmit data will be effective as of January 5, 2021. With only ten weeks left, a lot of companies are already well on the way of dossier preparations.
Over a dozen international companies which are key players in automotive, electronics, and MedTech industries are already using iPoint’s solution to prepare data and submit dossiers into the ECHA test environment and are up and ready for dossier submission come the release of ECHA’s SCIP version 1.0.
How iPoint helps you
iPoint’s SCIP Connector offers the following advantages:
- Simple impact analysis and data overview
- Easy completion of mandatory dossier fields
- Simple creation of dossiers based on existing data
- Transmission of large amounts of data through the system-to-system interface
On top of that, the next release will feature even more options:
- Submission history overview
- Definition of reporting hierarchy
- Easy use of the Simplified Notification Option for legal entities within a company to bulk submit SSN dossiers
- Granular user management for workflows within large companies
Get started now
With not much time left, we recommend getting started now. Prepare and submit your data step by step, rather than waiting until January 5, 2021, especially if there are many dossiers to be submitted. In this case a system-to-system interface such as iPoint offers is highly recommended.
Since ECHA are expecting a large amount of data and a large number of requests for the necessary S2S keys, iPoint therefore recommends starting now to obtain these S2S keys in order to enable access to the database via a system-to-system interface and thus to transfer data successfully.