Joint Submission Management
Joint submission (JS) groups represent co-registrants intending to submit a joint registration for the same substance. These groups are formed to facilitate data sharing between the companies and avoid duplication of testing.
After the end of the phase-in period with the registration deadline in May 2018, co-registrants are encouraged to use joint submission or similar informal communication platforms enabling them to meet their running registration and data sharing obligations under REACH. SCC provides complete joint submission management, covering all technical, scientific and regulatory aspects.
As lead registrant you may need to lead and run a joint submission group, but might lack the resources or experience to do so well. We are skilled in efficiently managing registration groups and consortia on behalf of our customers and have enjoyed high industry trust for many years.
Our Support for Joint Submission Management
- Setting up joint submission groups/consortia
- Handling trust accounts
- Data collection and archiving
- Dealing with confidentiality and data compensation issues.
We can also represent our clients in consortia and joint submission groups managed by a third party providing scientific and regulatory advice. We can check existing contracts for their validity, handle requests by prospective memebrs for joining registration groups or consortia, calculate LoAs, cost shares for new studies to be perfomed on request by ECHA.
Since registration groups and consortia must remain operational, it is essential to check existing contracts for validity. Let us handle the entire consortia and joint submission management for you. We have the expertise you need.