Substance Information Exchange Fora (FSRs) are made up of companies that intend to register the same substance. They are intended to facilitate the exchange of data between companies and, therefore, to avoid dual studies and to agree on classification and labelling if there is a difference between filers. Users can view or update the list of pre-SIEF members… This paper highlights the importance of equity in cost-sharing in FIES. This document contains guidelines on the commitments and practical possibilities of the RSF process, including the evaluation of data requirements, data exchange, associated costs and joint submission. This document contains frequently asked questions and corresponding answers on how SIE F works. This document explains the procedure that companies must follow if they have submitted “individually” and now wish to update their records in order to be part of a joint filing. This document gives companies instructions on the (late) pre-registration process, including practical information for submitting a (late) pre-registration updated version January 2012 (changes to the previous version are listed in the document). . This graph reflects the recommendation of this proposed benefit for the time being of the various tasks to be performed in a SIEF process. Updated January 2012. This document contains some reflections in cases where a number of companies have submitted submissions individually, i.e. not as members of the joint filing.
The aim of this document is to give lead and potential lead filers an overview of their tasks and responsibilities as well as model models to support their actions. The document is structured as a kind of checklist of measures to be implemented. In order to obtain an effective registration and communication process in the SIEF, it is recommended that SIEF members be grouped into 4 different categories according to 4 different SIEF codes. These codes reflect the role of each company in each company prior to siEF/SIEF.