REACH and CLP Testing Services

Optimal safety and full REACH and CLP compliance

The European Union (EU) Regulation No. 1907/2006 (“REACH”) requires the registration, evaluation and authorization of all hazardous chemical substances, while the EU’s CLP regulation (EEC/1272/2008) governs the classification, labelling and packaging of chemical substances and mixtures.

Both REACH and CLP require the compilation and submission of a Safety Data Sheet (SDS), which is divided into 16 sections. Section 2 (hazard identification), section 5 (firefighting measures), section 9 (physical and chemical properties) and sections 14 and 15 (transportation and regulatory information) all require physico-chemical data for compliance and risk evaluation.
This applies to substances that are produced within the EU or imported into the EU in volumes above one ton per annum.
Once a registrant has completed the SDS and registration dossier, they submit the documents to the European Chemical Agency, ECHA.
We are keen to guide you through this highly complex reporting process, helping you achieve compliance efficiently and effectively. Our REACH/CLP services are comprehensive, ranging from substance analysis to data gathering through to report preparation and submission. Backed by laboratories outfitted to handle powders, liquids and gases, and even substances that are classified, toxic, highly active, controlled or explosive, our team conducts all necessary testing thoroughly and methodically.

Your Benefits

  • Comprehensive REACH/CLP services
  • Guidance through this highly complex reporting process
  • Laboratories outfitted to handle REACH, CLP, UN Transportation and explosible dust testing
  • Tailor-made solutions, rapid turnaround and fast track service on request

Our Approach

Our REACH and CLP testing services begin with analysis, defining which substances have to be registered under REACH, optimizing the structure of the report and defining its timeframe of applicability. The next step involves identifying what data must be provided and collecting that information from lab tests and other sources. We then prepare the report by entering the company-specific and substance-specific data and information in the ECHA-approved International Uniform Chemical Information Database (IUCLID6). This is a software application to capture, store, maintain and exchange data on intrinsic and hazardous properties of chemical substances. Finally, we submit the report to ECHA via the REACH-IT (REACH Information Technology) system.
For REACH and CLP compliance, laboratory testing is often required to determine a range of physico-chemical properties. We analyse substances in our laboratories to determine a range of characteristics, including:
  • Melting / Freezing point
  • Boiling Point
  • Relative density
  • Vapour pressure
  • Surface tension
  • Water / solvent solubility
  • Partition coefficient
  • Aerosol flammability
  • Self-reactive substances and mixtures
  • Flash point
  • Flammability of solids
  • Flammability of gases
  • Flammability in contact with water
  • Flammability in contact with air
  • Explosive properties (including waiver statements)
  • Liquid auto-flammability
  • Solid auto-flammability (relative autoignition temperature)
  • Self-heating substances and mixtures
  • Oxidising properties (including waiver statements)
  • Viscosity
  • Dissociation Constants in Water
  • Granulometry
  • Corrosivity
  • Formation of explosible dust and air mixtures testing


  • We are a REACH Only Representative (OR) for non-EU manufacturers and our laboratories have been certified for Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) and the International Organisation for Standardization (ISO).
  • We are specially positioned to ensure that test data are dependable and acceptable to ECHA tailoring testing to a client’s specific needs and including waiver statements or screening tests to minimize unnecessary testing thus keeping testing costs to a minimum.
  • We have an expert staff, internationally renowned in their respective fields and experienced in cooperating with regulatory authorities.
  • We possess cutting-edge global testing facilities and have experience in modifying standard tests and developing new tests to generate the data and information that our clients need to assure the process safety.
  • We have dedicated process safety laboratories in-house meaning we can directly support with all aspects of dust explosion testing, as now mandated in EEC/2020/878, for data on the formation of explosible dust/air mixtures, to be included within section 9.2.2 of a Safety Data Sheet.