Street Reach run a football project on the Astro Turf at Henry Beaufort School on Friday evenings.

This was a very successful session and all the girls who took part got a lot out of it and we have maintained relationships with many of them still. However, these workshops could not continue long term due to funding constraints.

Street Reach’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) is taking place at Winchester University on Monday 5th October 2015.

At the youth club, there are lots of different things for the young people to do, such as play pool, xbox, table tennis, listen to music, use the sports hall for games, use the kitchen for cooking and use various other games and equipment available at the youth club!

The EC adopted its proposal for a new scheme to manage the manufacture, importation and supply of chemicals in Europe on in October 2003. This proposal eventually became law once the European Parliament officially approved its final text of REACH. It came into force on 1 June 2007.[9]

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The SIEFs will bring new challenges. An article in the business news service Chemical Watch described how some "pre-registrants" may simply be consultants hoping for work ("gold diggers") while others may be aiming to charge exorbitant rates for the data they have to offer ("jackals").[19]

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Girls Project was a short series of indoor sessions aimed at bringing a group of girls together to achieve their full potential. It involved a combination of fun actives such as crafts activities, street dance sessions and an animal handling session and learning life skills such as cooking.

On 8 June 2006, the REACH proposal was criticized by non-EU countries, including the United States, India and Brazil, which stated that the bill would hamper global trade.[18]

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To help you understand more about REACH and some of the terminology used within this website, we have compiled a helpful glossary of terms for you to reference.

The AGM is a fantastic way for Street Reach to showcase achievements over the last year as well as feedback information about how our detached and various projects that we have been busy with, have turned out. There will be information about our finances and some statistics about youth work hours and numbers of young people reached etc. We always try to include as much information as possible in order to really highlight the work we do and it’s impact on young people.

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The relevant authorities perform substance evaluation when there is a reason to suspect that a substance presents a risk to human health or the environment (e.g. because of its structural similarity to another substance). Therefore, all registration dossiers submitted for a substance are examined together and any other available information is taken into account.[9]

We are hoping to recreate these sessions in the future and are very excited about the potential for this.

Continued use of many toxic chemicals is sometimes justified because "at very low levels they are not a concern to health".[13] However, many of these substances may bioaccumulate in the human body, thus reaching dangerous concentrations. They may also chemically react with one another,[14] producing new substances with new risks.

1-100 tonnes a year must be registered in the first 11 years.

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This authorisation requirement ensures that risks from the use of such substances are either adequately controlled or justified by socio-economic grounds, having taken into account the available information on alternative substances or processes.

Only representatives are EU based entities that must comply with REACH (Article 8) and should operate standard, transparent working practices. The Only Representative assumes responsibility and liability for fulfilling obligiations of importers in accordance with REACH for substances being brought into the EU by a non-EU manufacturer.

This was a reward trip for a group of young people who helped out with a litter pick in Winnall and Stanmore. We saw this was a need we saw as when we went to both these areas, the litter was awful. We used the rivalry between these areas positively by getting them to take ownership of their area and help to clean it up.

In addition, industry should prepare risk assessments and provide controls measures for using the substance safely to downstream users.[9]

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The European Chemical Agency (ECHA) has published the REACH Authorisation List, in an effort to tighten the use of Substances of Very High Concern (SVHCs). The list is an official recommendation from the ECHA to the European Commission. The list is also regularly updated and expanded. Currently the Candidate List for Authorisation comprises a total of 168 SVHCs, some of which are already active on the Authorization List.

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REACH is a European Regulation (No 1907/2006) concerning chemicals and their safe use. It aims to improve the protection of human health and the environment through a system of Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals. As a European Regulation REACH applies directly in all 28 Member States of the European Union. It also applies to Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway as member countries of the European Economic Area.

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The European Commission’s (EC) White Paper of 2001 on a ‘future chemical strategy’ proposed a system that requires chemicals manufactured in quantities of greater than 1 tonne to be ‘registered’, those manufactured in quantities greater than 100 tonnes to be ‘evaluated’, and certain substances of high concern (for example carcinogenic, mutagenic and toxic to reproduction - CMR’s) to be ‘authorised’.

A requirement is to collect, collate and submit data to the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) on the hazardous properties of all substances (except Polymers and non-isolated intermediates) manufactured or imported into the EU in quantities above 1 tonne per year. Certain substances of high concern, such as carcinogenic, mutagenic and reproductive toxic substances (CMRs) will have to be authorised.

Many people who have to deal with the REACH regulation will also be responsible for their company's compliance with the CLP (Classification, Labelling and Packaging) regulation and the Biocidal Products Regulation (BPR), and our package of services can provide invaluable support for these pieces of legislation too.

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