Did you know that ECHA has applied SVHC to 2 new substances? The ECHA or European Chemicals Agency works as a European Union agency. The main function is to handle the various administrative and technical facets of implementing the European Union chemical regulations also referred to as REACH. Recently, on January 19, 2021, ECHA has added two new substances to the SVHC candidate list which now increases the total number of the SVHC materials to two hundred and eleven. These two new substances are known to be reproductive toxicants. The first one in this list is the Bis(2-(2-methoxy ethoxy ethyl) either which is a solvent or an extraction agent. The other one is the Dioctyltin dilaurate, stannane, dioctyl-, bis (coco acyloxy) derivs, and any other stannane, dioctyl-, bis(fatty acyloxy) derivs, in which the C12 functions as a predominant carbon number for fatty acyloxy moiety. This second substance is not registered under the REACH regulations and does match the standards of regulatory and compliance consulting. The unique mono-constituent form for this substance dioctyltin dilaurate can be used as a type of additive during the production of rubber tires and plastics. While it is true that adding a new chemical substance to the SVHC list does not lead to an immediate ban or restriction, the importers and/or producers of articles in the European Union that include the substances included on the SVHC list with a concentration of more than 0.1% w/w must be present with adequate information to all their customers and the prop 65 regulations. This can help to make sure that they can use such items and interact with them safely without getting negatively affected by them. The information that is presented by the companies dealing with such substances helps to make sure that the customers or the end-users working with such substances are always safe. The importers and producers of articles under the EU and EEA must send notifications to ECHA in case any of their articles include a chemical substance that is present in the SVHC list. It is mandatory to follow such an obligation and in case the substance particular substance present in these items has a concentration or percentage of 0.1% w/w for 6 months from the date of inclusion and more than 1t/y per importer or producer. The companies dealing with such substances are required to present detailed reports and compliant with rohs directive of such inclusions so that the end-users immediately know if they are interacting with such substances. To make sure that a company within European Union is always compliant with the rules set by ECHA, it is necessary to get in touch with global regulatory compliance services and consultants that can help with REACH Compliance. For any layman or common business owner, it is not always possible to be aware of all the compliance rules and regulations associated with the controlled substances and other MSDS services. However, not following such regulations can only lead to serious legal action being taken against the company and being updated with the rohs compliance documentation. A compliance consultant expert can guide a business step by step so that it follows all the REACH regulations and ensures safety both for the people working for them as well as the end-users of the products that they have to offer.