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Brexit

The Brexit transition deadline of 31 December 2020 is fast approaching and it is vital that companies ensure that they remain compliant beyond this date. CEHTRA team remains available to answer any queries you may have to ensure you are compliant with the new regulatory framework which will apply from 1st January 2021. We have addressed some key information related to three of key business sectors (REACH, Biocides and Plant Protection) on this page to keep you informed how CEHTRA experts can accompany you with the new regulatory framework.   

Key Contacts

Biocides

Annekathrin FAUPEL

Regulatory Affairs Specialist

annekathrin.faupel@cehtra.com

REACH

Plant Protection

Melanie HARPER

Regulatory Affairs Specialist

melanie.harper@cehtra.com

Philippe ADRIAN

Head of Plant Protection

philippe.adrian@cehtra.com

REACH

UK REACH Registration and OR

UK REACH

OR

Consortium Management

  • Support for negotiation with data holders for access

  • Communications with UK regulatory authorities

Biocides

Plant Protection

  • Great Britain (England, Scotland and Wales) will establish independent pesticides regulatory rules on 1 January 2021. Therefore please make sure that your current UK products are authorised under the new rules.

  • According to CRD, the new laws to ensure the safe use of plant protection products will be similar to existing laws including compliance with regulations for Maximum Residue Levels (MRLs).

  • Current product authorisations and MRLs will still be valid in the Great Britain from 1 January 2021. The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) will continue to operate as the UK’s regulator. In addition, under the terms of the Northern Ireland Protocol, the EU pesticides rules will continue to apply in Northern Ireland after 1 January 2021.

  • CEHTRA will continue to support its clients for their UK products.

REACH

UK REACH Registration

UK REACH

OR

Consortium Management

  • Support for negotiation with data holders for access

  • Communications with UK regulatory authorities

Biocides

UK BPR OR

(Article 95)

UK BPR

Registration

UK BPR

Authorisation

  • From 1 January 2021, Great Britain (England, Scotland and Wales) will put in place a regulatory framework for biocidal products. It will be similar to EU framework (EU BPR), but both will operate independently of each other.

  • All applications will be submitted to HSE as regulating authority

 

  • Biocidal product authorizations and active substance approvals that are valid in GB will remain valid until their normal expiry date. The authorization will need to be transferred to a company based in UK.

 

  • The authorization holder of biocidal actives and products will need to be established in the UK by 1st January 2022.

 

  • Respective data might have to be resubmitted to HSE. These data will be the same data or other information that you previously submitted to ECHA or other competent authorities.

 

  • Biocidal product or active substance applications still under evaluation after 31st December 2020 will be continued by HSE where possible to grant the authorization. Information supporting the original application has to be resubmitted for enabling HSE to complete the evaluation within 90 or 180 days depending on your situation.

  • A UK article 95 list for approved a.s. suppliers will be established similar to the EU Article 95 list. To stay on the UK Article 95 list  you will have to comply with the according requirements within 2 years’ time.

Plant Protection

  • Great Britain (England, Scotland and Wales) will establish independent pesticides regulatory rules on 1 January 2021. Therefore please make sure that your current UK products are authorised under the new rules.

  • According to CRD, the new laws to ensure the safe use of plant protection products will be similar to existing laws including compliance with regulations for Maximum Residue Levels (MRLs).

  • Current product authorisations and MRLs will still be valid in the Great Britain from 1 January 2021. The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) will continue to operate as the UK’s regulator. In addition, under the terms of the Northern Ireland Protocol, the EU pesticides rules will continue to apply in Northern Ireland after 1 January 2021.

  • CEHTRA will continue to support its clients for their UK products.