|Title||Echa board adopts five-year strategic plan|
|Date||2018-12-20 PM 5:42:28||Hit||712|
Echa’s Management Board has adopted the agency’s new strategic plan, which sets its goals and priorities for the years 2019-23.
The board endorsed the paper at its 13-14 December meeting. Commenting on the decision in a press release, chair Sharon McGuinness said it "goes a long way in preparing Echa for the next five years" and the long-term future.
The agency anticipates "challenging times ahead", with 2019 marking a new era in chemicals management after the last REACH registration deadline.
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