Since 2003 ChemSec has printed the proposals for the REACH legislation to encourage participation. We will not print the final legislative text, but it is available for download here.
This study explains the functioning of REACH and examines the socio-economic impact on the developing countries with special focus on the ACP States, in particular on South Africa, Mozambique, Jamaica, Ghana and Tanzania. It investigates possible changes in the patterns of competitiveness and trade flows, the role of multinationals compared to local producers, access to information and costs and benefits of REACH.
This report includes the three survays “A Survey on Existing Chemicals Legislation in Belarus”, “A survey of chemicals management policy of the Russian Federation” and “A Survey of policies and laws on chemicals’ management in Ukraine.