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New guide: Pre-introduction report – highest indicative risk is low risk

Our practical guide will help you complete the most common type of pre-introduction report (PIR) – ‘highest indicative risk is low risk’. It provides important information you need to know and tips to help you answer each question.

Take a look at the guide

This guide: 

  • shows you all the questions that you must answer in the pre-introduction report form in AICIS Business Services for the type ‘highest indicative risk is low risk and the other types do not apply’ 
  • is designed to help you avoid common errors that submitters make so that you can correctly complete and submit your PIR
  • can be printed in full (use the ‘printer friendly version’ button on the cover page of the guide) or you can save as a PDF using your browser’s print function

Who should read this guide?

If you’re planning to submit a PIR because: 

  • the chemical you will introduce is not on the Inventory and you have worked out that your introduction is in the reported category
  • you will introduce an Inventory-listed chemical outside the parameters of the defined scope of assessment and you have worked out that your introduction is in the reported category
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