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#Evaluation Process
 
The evaluation process has three purposes:

- The first purpose is for authorities to evaluate the testing proposals made by industry to ensure the safety of their products and thereby ensuring that animal testing is kept to a minimum.
- The second purpose is to check compliance with the requirements of the regulation.
- The third purpose is to examine any suspicion of risks to human health and the environment arising from substances.

Evaluation provides a means for the authorities to require registrants, and in very limited cases downstream users, to provide further information.

There are two types of evaluation: dossier evaluation and substance evaluation:

Dossier evaluation is conducted by authorities to examine proposals for testing to ensure that unnecessary animal tests and costs are avoided, and to check the compliance of registration dossier with the registration requirements.

Substance evaluation is performed by authorities when there is a reason to suspect that a substance presents a risk to human health or the environment (e.g. because of its structural similarity to another substance). Therefore, all registration dossiers submitted for a substance are examined together and any other available information is taken into account.

 
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