Companies are Able to Track Legal Obligations with the EUCLEF

After the launch of EUCLEF, companies are able to get access to over 40 pieces of EU chemical legislations they may need to comply with free of charge through the platform. This will give businesses a better understanding of the obligations they might have so they can ensure they are legally on the market.

The first version of the finder covers legislation dealing with air and water quality, worker protection, pesticides, food contact materials, cosmetic products, toy safety and many more. A further 16 pieces of legislation are planned to be added to EUCLEF in 2021.

A dedicated regulatory support service has also been made available so that companies can ask questions about all the different EU chemicals legislation covered by EUCLEF.

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