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Message to subscribers regarding coming IEC and IAEG and updated IFRA industry-specific content in LOLI

Posted on: February 19, 2020

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Fragrance bottles - learn more about regulatory updates in LOLIAs you use LOLI data to ensure your products are in compliance and their hazards are known, you may also be employing industry-specific advisory and restriction lists. The following information is particularly relevant to the fragrance, electrical, and aerospace sectors, but we encourage you to employ the tags on database content to explore our other industry-specific content, in addition to continuing to make direct requests.

On January 10, 2020, the International Fragrance Association (IFRA) announced the notification of the 49th Amendment to the IFRA Code of Practice (CoP). Please see our recent blog for a summary of the important changes. While the standards do not enter into force until 2021 and beyond, per the IFRA Member Briefing, March 10, 2020 is the deadline for implementation of new Standards in members’ IT systems. As such we wish to alert you the updates to the Code of Practice are now available in the weekly releases of LOLI including the weekly data feed.

We are additionally happy to announce to our subscribers that we have arranged to license content from the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) and the International Aerospace Environmental Group (IAEG) for LOLI. The list of chemicals from the IEC 62474 DB (DSL, MCL and RSL), and the IAEG AD-DSL will be added as LOLI lists, in the April quarterly release and in a weekly release in the meantime.

Correction: a previous communication to subscribers included errors in the reference to which IEC and IAEG content would be included in the database.


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