Our REACH Compliance Software
iPoint offers a highly flexible, integrative, and efficient REACH software solution to automate product-related REACH compliance.
Analyze, automate and monitor REACH-related processes and provisions
Integrated into your company-specific environments, iPoint’s REACH Compliance software solution considers the whole product life cycle process, from end to end. It analyzes, supports, automates, and monitors the REACH-related processes and provisions. The result is a smooth and effortless process providing companies with an edge in today’s competitive business environment.
Efficient REACH compliance software
iPoint’s wide-ranging industry and technical know-how, in combination with its close cooperation with users during the development phase, guarantee a REACH compliance software that is as refined as it is efficient.
Discover our REACH Software
iPoint Compliance Professional / Essential
iPoint's cloud solution to collect, aggregate, exchange, and report product compliance information in your supply chain.
iPoint Compliance Enterprise
A cross-industry software solution for collecting, aggregating, verifying, exchanging, and reporting product-related data. It uses flexible and scalable integration technology to ensure that the materials used comply with legal as well as individual requirements.
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What is the REACH regulation?
The REACH Regulation No. 1907/2006 of the European Union governs the registration, authorization, restriction and evaluation of chemical substances and was adopted on December 18, 2006 and published in the Official Journal of the European Union on December 30, 2006.
It presents clear guidelines for the information, identification, characteristics, and usage of chemicals, especially for Substances of Very High Concern (SVHC).
Consequences for companies
Companies have to chemically classify and label substances and mixtures according to the CLP Regulation as well as observe, process, and generate extended Safety Data Sheets (eSDS) along with the included exposition scenarios. States and authorities, e.g. the European member states, are increasingly controlling companies’ compliance with these requirements.
Integration of the REACH compliance requirements
All these requirements burden companies with extraordinary financial and organizational expenses. They have to integrate the REACH compliance requirements efficiently and cost-consciously into their existing procurement, logistics, and production processes.