We are proud to announce that the latest version of opesus EHS Product Notification, version 4.4, is now available! This new release brings with it improvements and features for submitting information to the ECHA Submission Portal and EU SCIP Database.
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On the 2nd and 3rd of May 2022, opesians Markus Pogrzeba and David Köhler led the ChemAcademy virtual workshop about CLP Art. 45 and beyond. On the second day, Sarah Hottenroth joined in as moderator and co-creator for the interactive World Cafe.
SAP customers using SAP S/4HANA for product compliance are now able to manage poison centre notifications (PCN) as a compliance requirement with the new PCN feature. In a recent blog post, SAP gave a preview of this new feature. This means that all SAP customers, whether on S/4HANA for product compliance or using SAP ECC, can manage UFIs for PCN notifications to the European Chemical Agency (ECHA).
We’re happy to share with you that the latest release of opesus EPN, version 4.3, is now available. Here’s a look at some of the new and improved features for customers using EPN with the EU PCN format and the Swiss BAG format.
We are proud to announce that the latest version of opesus EHS Product Notification, version 4.2, is now available! This new release brings with it improvements and features for submitting information to the ECHA SCIP Database.
We are proud to announce that the latest version of opesus EHS Product Notification, version 4.2, is now available! This new release brings with it improvements and features for our customers in the process industry. Besides new features for the poison centre notifications, we also included updates to the Swiss BAG format due to the upcoming compliance date for the new Swiss UFI requirement.
We are so excited to share with you that we have now 100 customers using our solution opesus EHS Product Notification! We would like to take the opportunity to thank our customers for their trust and our team of developers and consultants for their hard work in ensuring its success. Read on to learn how we got here and about our vision for what’s next.
From January 2021, importers and downstream users must submit notifications in the PCN format to the ECHA Submission Portal. The newest release of opesus EPN for poison center notifications is fully packed with new features! The latest release of opesus EPN supports the latest requirements of PCN format 3.0 and the PCN validation rules.
From January 2021, users must submit notifications in the SCIP database format to the ECHA portal. The newest release of opesus EPN is fully packed with new features that help companies meet their SCIP reporting obligations in the most efficient way possible! Here's an overview of some of them.
With less than a month to go to the first Poison Center Notification deadline, opesus EPN for PCN format version 4.0.00 brings with it several great new features and improvements. This include small improvements that bring great convenience, such as being able to view, with one click, the submitted dossier directly in the ECHA Submission Portal. Read on to see the other new features available.