Product Notification and Registration

Automate and streamline EU poison centre and SCIP notification processes.

Efficiently and Effectively Comply

Leverage 3E’s global team of regulatory experts and cloud-based solutions to meet notification, registration and reporting requirements for chemical products and substances. Streamline compliance with resource-intensive obligations including EU Poison Centre Notification (PCN), Substances of Concern In articles as such or in complex objects (Products) (SCIP) reporting and more.

  • Understand the impact of the regulations on your business

  • Utilize a cloud-based notification engine to automate manual processes

  • Comply with complex and changing obligations under PCN, SCIP and other mandates

  • Seamlessly integrate with your product compliance platform to streamline data collection and submission

  • Protect your workers, consumers and communities

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EU Poison Centre Notification

Our team of PCN experts has worked closely with ECHA to develop the solutions you need, available through a combination of technology and/or services.

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  • A cloud-based notification engine that automates UFI generation, dossier compilation and notifiction submission
  • Integrates with 3E Generate, 3E’s SDS and labeling authoring solution, SAP EHS or S/4HANA for product compliance
  • Expert services via a team of PCN experts who can serve as an extension of your product compliance team

SCIP Notification

3E provides an end-to-end solution for SCIP notification, streamlining supplier data acquisition, dossier creation and validation, notification submission and ongoing change management.

  •  The 3E Notify cloud-based app optimizes and automates the process of reporting regulated substances above threshold in articles
  • 3E Notify can connect to your product compliance platform—SAP, our 3E Connect™ supply chain compliance platform or other third party system—to automate SCIP reporting
  • Maintain ongoing compliance when changes to articles or the SVHC list occur