Introduction to IUCLID
IUCLID (International Uniform ChemicaL Information Database) is a software application to record, store, maintain and exchange data on intrinsic and hazard properties of chemical substances. It is a key software application for both regulatory bodies and the chemical industry where it is used in the implementation of various regulatory programmes. Examples include the OECD Cooperative Chemicals Assessment Programme (CoCAP) and the EU legislation Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH). The REACH legislation states explicitly that data shall be submitted to ECHA in IUCLID format.
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> Subject: IUCLID 6 is available
> Date: April 29, 2016 at 9:16:52 AM EDT
> A new major version of IUCLID, used for managing scientific information in a regulatory context, is now online. Updated manuals and plugins are also available.
> IUCLID 6 is based on updated technology, that will support the future evolutions of the tool. With the new version, the installation on a computer is easier than before and can be performed in a few clicks.
> The IUCLID format has been updated to take into account changes in the legislations and the test guidelines. The changes will help users to report the information in a clear and consistent way, improving the quality of the datasets.
> IUCLID 6 contains support materials allowing the user to get relevant and targeted help when filling in the information directly within the tool itself. The IUCLID plugins, including the Validation assistant, have been updated as well.
> A webinar offering practical advice on the transition from IUCLID 5 to IUCLID 6 will soon be announced.
> In order to download IUCLID 6 you will need a IUCLID 6 web site user account. If you want to continue receiving news about IUCLID 6 please subscribe to the mailing lists on the IUCLID 6 web site (under 'My account').
> More information can be found on the IUCLID 6 and ECHA web sites:
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