AICIS Release Guidance and Documents

The AICIS (previously NICNAS) is the regulator responsible for industrial chemicals and cosmetic ingredients. Annual declaration and post-introduction declaration forms will be available at the end of November.

AICIS has recently published guidance on the following topics:

  • Guide to applying online for an assessment certificate
  • Categorisation of chemicals introduced for research and development
  • Extra guidance on categorising polymers
  • FAQs on Low-risk flavour or fragrance blend introductions
  • Guide to categorising internationally assessed introductions.    Source: AICIS

 

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Foods:

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