Please note that the following message has been made
available on SIEF.space and can be consulted on-line:
Important communication: All licencees required to complete certification of trade compliance in SIEF.space by 19 September 2022
All licencees required to complete certification of trade compliance in SIEF.space by 19 September 2022
As communicated on SIEF.space 19 July 2022 , Concawe has implemented due diligence measures to ensure that its SIEF's activities comply with EU sanctions against Russia* in force since 3 June 2022. These now require all licencees to complete and submit a certificate of trade compliance in order to maintain access to Concawe files on SIEF.space.
In the period to 19 September 2022, SIEF.space access will remain open to all licencees. Acceptance of the online certificate by 19 September 2022 is required for licencees to maintain normal access to SIEF.space. If the certificate has not been submitted by this date, access to SIEF.space will be limited to the certification page. Upon acceptance of the certificate after 19 September, normal SIEF.space access will be resumed.
- Concawe dossier update 2022 invoices and (following receipt of payment by Concawe) access to IUCLID files will become available to co-registrants only after acceptance of the certificate.
- The certificate has a 6 month validity and is to be re-submitted by the expiry date provided (6 months since last signature). Reminders to re-submit will be provided by SIEF.space.
Should you have any questions about EU sanctions compliance for Concawe SIEF activities, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
* (Council Regulation (EU) 2022/879). Some of the new measures are: (1) an import ban on seaborne crude oil and petroleum products if they originate in Russia or are exported from Russia (with different wind-down periods for certain Member States); (2) a prohibition to provide related technical assistance for such imports (3) Total transaction ban with specific Russian State owned entities (including companies acting on their behalf or at their direction). In addition asset freezing measures are imposed on additional individuals and entities (Council Implementing Regulation (EU) 2022/878)
You can also view it using the following link: https://www.siefspace.eu/news/1/message/439.