ECHA | Conclusions on regulatory needs for three substances
Regulatory Management Option Analysis (RMOA) are assessments of regulatory needs. Publication of RMOA was initiated in February 2013 with the start of the implementation of the SVHC Roadmap. In 2019, authorities and in particular ECHA have moved to address more groups of substances.
New follow-up actions have been recently identified for the following substances:
- 4,4'-sulphonyldiphenol: identification as Substance of Very High Concern
- bis(4-chlorophenyl) sulphone: identification as Substance of Very High Concern
- Tetrahydrofuran: restriction and European harmonised hazard classification.
For more information: echa.europa.eu