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Substance evaluation - CoRAP

Substance evaluation - CoRAP

For each substance, the table shows the evaluating Member State, the year of evaluation and a short description of the concern which led to it being placed on the list.

Community rolling action plan (CoRAP): The community rolling action plan covers three consecutive years and is updated mid of March every year. From this it follows that substances in the table below with the column ‘Year’ indicating a current or future year, are those that have been prioritised for evaluation, and are effectively on the current CoRAP.

Documents to do with substance evaluation are also available here. They include: documents justifying selection of the substances, decisions to request more information. Member States' conclusions and Member States' final evaluation reports are included for substances for which evaluation has been finalised.

 

Notes to the Substance Evaluation and CoRAP table
  • Where two Members States are indicated, this is a joint evaluation. The first Member State mentioned leads the Evaluation and is the responsible competent authority in the meaning of Article 45(2) of REACH.
  • The substance public name is used. In most of the cases it is the name as disseminated on the ECHA website.
  • When the EC Number is not available, the number assigned to substance by ECHA after the inquiry process is used.
  • When the substances are included in the CoRAP, they have not yet been evaluated and thus the concern is indicative and not exhaustive or conclusive.
  • Contact details of the evaluating Member States are provided for all the substance included.
  • Please note that the justification document explains the grounds of the initial concerns that triggered the inclusion of the substance in the CoRAP for further clarification under substance evaluation. The justification document is based on a preliminary screening of the substance and is without prejudice to the outcome of the substance evaluation.

Legend:

  • Suspected PBT/vPvB: Potentially Persistent, Bioaccumulative and Toxic/very Persistent and very Bioaccumulative.
  • CMR: generic term for known carcinogenic and/or mutagenic and/or reprotoxic properties (according to CLP harmonised or registrant self-classification or CLP Inventory). The concern can refer to C, M, R or a combination of those.
  • Suspected CMR: generic term for suspected carcinogenic and/or mutagenic and/or reprotoxic properties (not classified according to CLP harmonised or registrant self-classification). The concern can refer to (suspected) C, M, R or a combination of those.
  • Sensitiser: generic term for known sensitising properties (according to CLP harmonised or registrant self-classification or CLP Inventory).
  • Suspected sensitiser: generic term for suspected sensitising properties (not classified according to CLP harmonised or registrant self-classification).
  • RCR: Risk Characterisation Ratio

1-isocyanato-2(or 4)-(4-isocyanatobenzyl)benzene and their reaction products with [(methylethylene)bis(oxy)]dipropanol and butane-1,3-diol and propylene glycol

EC / List no: 701-029-8 CAS no: -
Year
Evaluating Member State
Estonia
Member State (MS) contact details
Health Board
MS address
Department of Chemical Safety, Gonsiori 29, 10147 Tallinn, Estonia
MS email
hindamine@terviseamet.ee
MS phone
(+)3726269397
MS remarks
Co-Evaluating Member State
Initial grounds for concern
CMR
Sensitiser
Consumer use
Wide dispersive use
Status
Not started
Further information
Justification documents
Decisions
Conclusion document
Remarks
Withdrawn.
Previously registered as 4,4'-methylenediphenyl diisocyanate, oligomeric reaction products with butane-1,3-diol, 2,4'-diisocyanatodiphenyl methane, [(methylethylene)bis(oxy)]dipropanol and propane-1,2-diol, EC 500-312-1, CAS 123714-19-2.
Latest update
18/03/2019

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