Brexit – What it may mean for your business if you use chemicals

Brexit – What it may mean for your business if you use chemicals
Posted 25th January 2019

The HSE (Health and Safety Executive) have published guidelines on what it may mean for your business if you use chemicals and we leave the EU.

The UK government aims to provide all businesses with support and guidance on all potential Brexit outcomes. Defra (Food and Rural Affairs) issued a reminder yesterday of what actions your business may need to take if we leave the EU with no deal.

If the UK leaves the EU on 29 March without a deal, UK REACH (Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals), will replace EU REACH. This means that the UK will be able to continue to monitor and evaluate chemicals in the UK to reduce the risk posed to the Environment and human health.

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