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Christmas 2014


Weihnachten 2014

We thank you for the cooperation in 2014

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Regulatory Affairs


Regulatory Affairs

How European Cosmetics Legislation influences Regulatory Frameworks World-wide

New article written by Annelie Struessmann

The EU implemented a new regulatory framework for cosmetics, which clarified and extended a modular approach taken from the earlier directive and at the same time changed the legal procedure to direct validity over all Member States. Regulatory modules, including the safety assessment, notification, GMP, substance regulation, cosmetovigilance, etc., can be easily transferred into other countriesí legislation, which is wanted in view of more harmonized international requirements. It has successfully happened with the highest acceptance worldwide accounting to the element of substance regulation.

H&PC Today, Vol. 9(5), September/October 2014


Regulatory Affairs


Regulatory Affairs

Meeting the CLP Deadline of June 1, 2015

CONUSBAT performs all services towards compliance with the re-classification deadline of June 1, 2015 and possesses 'Proof of Expertise' according to §5 (ChemProhReg/Chem VerbotsV).

The European Unionís adaptation of the Globally Harmonized System (GHS) is Regulation (EC) No. 1272/2008 (CLP) on classification, labeling and packaging of substances and mixtures which entered into force on January 20, 2009. Since December 1, 2010, CLP applied to all substances and a new deadline comes up on June 1, 2015. This is the day when the classification rules from CLP will become fully applicable for chemical mixtures. Also effective on June 1, 2015, the old Directives 67/548/EEC and 1999/45/EC will be repealed. All suppliers of cosmetic ingredients will have to comply with the CLP classification rules for their products.