Registry of Intentions (RoI)

The Registry of Intentions (RoI) is a public registry intended to make all interested parties aware of the substances for which a CLH, SVHC or restriction dossier is intended to be submitted. It can be accessed on the following page: http://echa.europa.eu/addressing-chemicals-of-concern/registry-of-intentions

 

 

·        ECHA, at the EU Commission’s request, or Member States may prepare dossiers for the identification of substances of very high concern (SVHCs) and dossiers proposing restrictions (Annex XV of REACH).

·        Member State Competent Authorities (MSCAs) as well as manufacturers, importers or downstream users may submit a dossier proposing harmonised classification and labelling of a substance.

 

It is important to regularly check the Registry of Intentions as it allows preparing for commenting at a later stage, in the respective process. However, some Member States tend to send in information for the RoI when their internal process is already close to finalisation, which means that there will not be much time to get organised for providing input.

 

Once the dossiers submitted, a process of public consultation is started, in which Industry and other interested parties may provide comment on the proposal. Based on the comments received during the public consultation, the proposals are discussed in the respective Committees:

·        Committee for Risk Assessment (RAC) for CLH and restrictions,

·        Committee for Socio-economic Analysis (SEAC) for restrictions,

·        Member State Committee for SVHCs.

 

The Registry of Intentions is divided into three separate sections:

·        Current intentions

·        Submitted dossiers for CLH, SVHC and Restriction

·        Withdrawn intentions and submissions

 

Latest update : 2 January 2016