IML are pleased to announce that we are working alongside one of our long-standing partners; UL Safeware Quasar and we will be available for conversations at the EU Chemical Regulations: Key Compliance Updates one day seminars being held in Manchester, UK and Brussels, Belgium next month!
8th of November 2017 – Manchester, UK – No Spaces Available
15th of November 2017 – Brussels, Belgium – Register Now
These events, run by the UL Safeware Quasar team are informative one day sessions on the ever-changing chemical regulations and how you can ensure you are completely compliant.
Delegates will benefit from the deep knowledge and extensive experience of presenters to gain insight on the most impactful developments affecting companies supplying products containing chemicals, including the latest on CLP, Poison Centres, SUMIs, Turkish REACH and enforcement.
Companies manufacturing, supplying, storing, transporting, packaging, labelling; essentially anything to do with products containing hazardous chemicals have obligations to comply with a complex matrix on international legislation intended to promote the safe use of chemicals. Introducing and sustaining processes to manage the legal requirements outlined in ever-changing regulations can be challenging and time-consuming, often requiring a degree of specialist knowledge. Understanding the regulations is fundamental to avoid obstacles across the supply chain and facilitate trade.
During the seminar, the UL Safeware Quasar and UL WERCS regulatory teams – who have been supporting the companies to comply with global chemical legislation for over 30 years – are joined by NCEC’s Caroline Raine and Turkish regulatory expert, Melih Babayigit to deliver valuable, practical information to help you to better understand your chemical hazard communication responsibilities for accurate compliance.
What Will the Seminar Cover?
Delegates can look forward to presentations on a range of diverse topics, including updates on CLP; Poison Centres; SUMIs and Exposure Scenarios; Turkish REACH; the implications of non-compliance and subsequent enforcement; a review of common obstacles face din industry; and key challenges when tackling GHS globally.
Who Should Attend?
The seminar will benefit those who have responsiblities related to:
- Chemical classification
- Safety Data Sheet (SDS) Creation
- Chemical hazard labelling
- The provision of safety data sheets (SDSs)
- The transportation of hazardous chemicals