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The firm Von Lawyer Keller – Heckman LLP is the custodian of the contract. For more information on the consortium or accreditation, please contact Herb Estreicher: estreicher@khlaw.com We ask you to sign the SIEF contract by February 1, 2018 if you intend to register in 2018. If your company has a filing deadline for 2018 but would like to register earlier, please contact estreicher@khlaw.com immediately to discuss the agreements. www.reach-chrome.com/web/chrome%20consortia/1011306087/list1186151361/f1.html A SIEF is only constituted if the preregisters have agreed that they manufacture or import the same substance. Pre-filers will exchange and evaluate data and prepare common parts of the registration (joint submission). This paper highlights the importance of equity in cost-sharing in FIES. RSF members must designate an LR to submit the joint registration file. The joint proposal contains the main part of the technical file, including the classification and labelling of the substance, the (robust) summaries of the studies and, if necessary, the proposal for additional tests. The LR serves as a point of contact for registrants of other substances who wish to “read” data on the substance of their own substance. Substance Information Exchange Fora (FSRs) are made up of companies that intend to register the same substance. They are intended to facilitate the exchange of data between companies and, therefore, to avoid dual studies and to agree on classification and labelling if there is a difference between filers. Users can view or update the list of pre-SIEF members…

The chrome by-products of carbide and nitride are processed by the ASBL REACH Chromium Composites Consortium. If you are interested in these substances, contact …]] > . If you are interested in registering Chrome Boride, contact ]]] > When developing the alloy consortium, the leaders took into account, as far as possible, the comments received by other industry players on the basis of the project released in May 2008. The aim of this document is to give lead and potential lead filers an overview of their tasks and responsibilities as well as standard models to support their actions. The document is structured as a kind of checklist of measures to be implemented. This document contains some thoughts in cases where a number of companies have submitted individual registrations, i.e. they are not members of the ECHA Joint Deposit, which you must now join a EFSI if you intend to register by December 1, 2010.