This webinar aims to give you an overview of the latest harmonisation for information submitted for hazardous mixtures to poison centres in the EU from 2020 along with a brief insight into what to do now.
Prinicipal: Hazard Communication
Chemtrac is a software solution designed to help you keep track of ever changing regulations. We know this is a time-consuming job, but using Chemtrac makes it easy.
From raw materials to formulations to final products, managing chemical compliance of your inventory and anticipating future issues regarding obsolescence, restrictions or re-classification is crucial to business sustainability.
Chemtrac is designed to help you through these processes. Join us for this tutorial and learn how to manage your complex products in Chemtrac, so that you can achieve complete compliance control.
Director of Business Development
Are you taking the Lead Registrant role, or think you might have to? Do you want to be prepared for REACH 2018 registration? The second webinar in the three part REACH 2018 series will include discussions on the REACH registration process and the data requirements for the registration dossier. Attendees will also learn about common problems, expected timelines, testing and registration costs, and recommendations to submit a successful registration.
Dr. Remi Vacherot
The Canadian Environmental Protection Act (CEPA) of 1999 governs a range of environmental matters including the management of toxic substances. Under CEPA, any entity intending to manufacture or import a substance (chemicals, polymers or organisms) not listed on the Domestic Substance List are required to notify under the New Substances Notification Regulation (NSNR). This free webinar will provide a brief overview of the NSNR and provide guidance on importing a substance to Canada.
1. Does this apply to your chemical imports?
2. What are the deadlines and costs associated with notifying a new substance in Canada?
Do you manufacture or supply chemicals used in the offshore oil and gas sector? Are you an operator of offshore oil and gas projects? If you answered yes to one of these questions, this free webinar may be of interest to you.
Chemicals used in the exploration and extraction of offshore oil and gas are subject to several regulatory requirements. In this webinar, we will provide an overview of regulatory requirements and considerations for chemical suppliers and operators in the following jurisdictions:
We will provide an overview of the OSPAR convention and describe how chemical regulations for offshore oil and gas in the countries listed above are implemented.
Senior Regulatory Consultant
Turkey’s new KKDIK regulation will come into force on 23 December 2017 and will replace the “Regulation on the Inventory and Control of Chemicals (CICR)”, “Regulation on the Preparation and Distribution of Safety Datasheets for Hazardous Materials and Products”, and the “Regulation on the Restrictions Relating to the Production, Supply to the Market and Use of Certain Hazardous Materials, Products and Goods”.
The regulation has many similarities with the EU REACH regulation. Substances manufactured and imported at or above 1 tonne/year in Turkey must be pre-registered and registered before set deadlines. There are also specific requirements for downstream users and obligations for substances identified as being subject to authorisation and restriction.
Watch this space for some brand new free webinars coming very soon, covering topics including:
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