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Highest indicative risk is low risk - report type

Guide to completing the ‘Report type’ section of the pre-introduction report for ‘highest indicative risk is low risk and the other types do not apply’ in AICIS Business Services.

What is the type of your pre-introduction report?

Note: when you select ‘Highest indicative risk is low risk and the other types do not apply’, this means that your introduction is not one of the other types. The other types are:

Do you know the proper name of the industrial chemical? (CAS or IUPAC name)

You, or someone else, must provide the chemical's CAS name or IUPAC name. If you don't know the CAS or IUPAC name, we accept an INCI name under very limited circumstances.

Select Yes if you can provide the chemical's CAS name or IUPAC name, or an INCI name if it meets all 4 criteria described below.

Select No if someone else – such as your supplier or manufacturer – is going to provide the CAS name or IUPAC name, or an INCI name that meets all 4 criteria. Click Business look up and enter the AICIS business ID of your chemical data provider (starting with NIC) followed by the first and last name of your chemical data provider’s contact person. We will then email the contact person and ask them to provide this information directly to us.

If you don’t know the contact person’s name or AICIS business ID details, you must contact your chemical data provider as we cannot give you this information.

INCI names

If you wish to use an International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients (INCI) name as the 'proper name' for an industrial chemical, you must meet all 4 criteria below for the chemical and its name

1. The chemical does not have a CAS or IUPAC name.

2. The chemical is a plant extract – for example, extract of flowers, seeds or leaves of trees, shrubs, herbs, grasses, ferns and mosses.

3. The name for the plant extract is an INCI name based on a proper botanical name.

Helianthus Annuus Leaf/Stem Extract
Sunflower extract

4. The plant extract cannot be chemically modified. For example, the chemical cannot be hydrolysed, acetylated or hydrogenated.

❌ We would not accept 'Hydrogenated sweet almond oil'.

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