Yordas has supported hundreds of importing and exporting organisations to meet international chemical requirements. We offer concise, comprehensive and cost effective up-to-date information about the notification requirements, developing legislation and regulations around the world and we can support you to ensure you remain compliant.
From identifying regulatory obligations and understanding international business risks, to fully supporting companies’ in-house regulatory teams with notification requirements, Yordas can help secure access to global markets.
Our regulatory professionals are backed internally by scientific, (eco)toxicity, risk assessment and chemicals management specialists, while our network of trusted partners ensures we can offer not only local legal representation where required, but in-country sources who can verify requirements, offer regulatory interpretation and direct communication with the Authorities.
Our services cover: global notifications for REACH-like regulations, Biocides, Cosmetics, Detergents, Nanomaterials, RoHS and OSPAR Oil and Gas.
We can help to assess your company’s chemical substances and products, identify which duties apply and advise on the best strategy towards compliance. Our Regulatory Impact Assessments summarise the process, costs and timelines for registration or notification, allowing you to make effective business decisions about your products.
The Yordas Group has significant experience in submitting notifications for a wide range of substances globally. Our regulatory consultants work very closely with our scientific experts throughout the process to assist with:
Yordas can provide an Only Representative to represent your company for the purpose of submitting notifications.
Yordas can support you at every stage, from classification of substances and mixtures, advising on labelling requirements (including font or hazard pictogram size, hazard and precautionary statement selection) and authoring Safety Data Sheets in the format and language required. We also can research and fill any gaps in your data.