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Notification of chemical substances in new German Laender

Commission Decision 92/3/EEC of 9 December 1991 establishing the conditions governing the notification of chemical substances existing on the market of the former German Democratic Republic prior to 18 September 1981 which do not appear on the European Inventory of Existing Co...
Commission Decision 92/3/EEC of 9 December 1991 establishing the conditions governing the notification of chemical substances existing on the market of the former German Democratic Republic prior to 18 September 1981 which do not appear on the European Inventory of Existing Commercial Substances (EINECS) provided for in Article 13 of Directive 67/548/EEC, notes that derogations from Community law in connection with the new German Laender must be temporary and cause the least possible disturbance to the functioning of the common market and must reflect the high standard of protection for man and the environment achieved in the Community. The Decision therefore deals with the notification of substances existing on the market of the former German Democratic Republic, covering the submission of data for a provisional notification of such substances, to include: A declaration concerning unfavourable effects of the substance; the proposed classification and labelling; proposals for any recommended precautions for safe use; a technical dossier containing information required for risk evaluation. The German competent authorities shall examine the data submitted, shall communicate requirements for additional data to the notifiers, or shall inform the Commission of the acceptance of notification.
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