UPDATE (31 Jan 2019) : the Pesticides area is now elaborated with new guidance – here.
I posted before about HSE having the role of registering Chemicals (in the event of no deal), because there would no longer be access to ECHA. HSE has now elaborated its online presence a bit more, with guidance and instructions. This online presence also gives access (left hand side) to Pesticides instructions.
In addition, a draft REACH Brexit statutory instrument was published. This is loaded into the Brexit Law List, accessed from subscribers’ Cardinal Environment EHS Legislation Registers & Checklists systems.
This draft instrument identifies the new domestic law will be a UK amended version of the EU REACH Regulation.
It is a complex draft instrument, it confirms the safety data sheets would be continued, with some changes, and confirms the downstream user obligations would also continue, again with some changes. The document is here.
In due course, we (Cardinal Environment) will produce a consolidated version of this new domestic law.
Please see this Chemical Watch analysis of the draft instrument, here.
In the event there is a deal, or a FTA, the law could change again. I will update this post, and/or issue a new port.