If you didn't already know ...

The Industrial Chemicals Act (2019) puts the onus directly on you to declare how risky your chemical is.

Degrees of risk are ...

  • Very low - Exempted - requires a Post-Introduction Declaration to AICIS
  • Low - Reported (also Reported<=10Kg) - requires a Pre-Introduction Report to AICIS to approve introduction
  • Medium to high - Assessed - requires a paid AICIS assessment prior to introduction

The General Rules and AICIS Guidelines spell out in detail how to categorise that risk. They also specify studies and information required to support categorisation.

And of course you don't have to categorise nor even tell AICIS you are introducing it if your chemical is...

  • Listed - already on the AICIS Inventory with standard or particular obligations or restrictions on Introduction

But, listed chemicals occasionally get re-evaluated. AICIS publishes changes and Chemintro keeps track. That means if your chemicals are involved, Chemintro will email you to keep you in the loop.

Chemintro handles all this for you


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For a polymer, additionally ...

Much of the polymer detail would be available with a Gel Permeation Chromatograph (GPC) report.




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AICIS may wish to see study reports supporting the category you declare. Chemintro identifies which ones would be requested.

For Assessed category, Chemintro delivers a simple and effective IUCLID6 documentation and workflow management system.




AICIS may interrupt your supply/distribution chain if you don't provide requested information within the time allowed.

Overseas suppliers sometimes guard their information closely instead of tabling it. Even with the best of supplier intentions, key people are sometimes unavailable.

Contact us to discuss how Chemintro can help mitigate this risk to your business.