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EU Regulatory News In Brief: Non-Animal Test Guidance; REACH Enforcement Initiatives; More

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

The European Chemicals Agency provides updated guidance on using what are now default non-animal test methods under REACH for selected endpoints, including skin sensitization; meanwhile, EU authorities have kicked off inspections to assess how chemical hazard information is being communicated via safety data sheets to workers and other points in the supply chain. More European regulatory news in brief.


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