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Hazard Communication Courses


+ 3 Day Hazard Communication Package
 

Our new 3 day Hazard Communication course includes in-depth training on Safety Data Sheet (SDS), Classification, Labelling and Packaging (CLP) and Exposure Scenarios (extended SDS) obligations. The first day details the re-classification of substances and mixtures to CLP (Regulation (EC) No. 1272/2008) through the use of exercises to classify and select appropriate Precautionary Statements, this in turn will ensure that the new classification and labelling information is conveyed correctly. The second day will provide the attendee with a thorough appreciation of the requirements and structure of a compliant Safety Data Sheet (SDS) for chemical substances and mixtures in accordance with the Safety Data Sheet Regulation (2015/830). The third day will explore extended SDS (or "eSDS"), covering the obligations to both authors and recipients of an eSDS, Exposure Scenarios (ES) development as part of the Chemical Safety Report (CSR) and how to integrate efficiently ES into the main body of the SDS where permitted.

  Tuesday 11th October 2016 to Thursday 13th October 2016  
Lancaster House Hotel, Lancashire
09:30 until 16:00 daily | £ 875.00 + VATBook Now
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+ Hazard Communication - Classification, Labelling and Packaging (CLP) Workshop
 

This course is designed to introduce you to the Classification, Labelling and Packaging (CLP) Regulation (EC) No. 1272/2008, and how it impacts on hazardous product labelling and Safety Data Sheet (SDS) information requirements. By 1st June 2015, all Manufacturers, Importers and Distributors of Mixtures are required to (re)classify and (re)label their products to CLP and comply with the new Safety Data Sheet (SDS) requirements, before placing them on the market. Understandably, this has led to some confusion as to what information must be supplied and when, and how products should be labelled. This course covers the re-classification of substances and mixtures to CLP through the use of exercises, selection of appropriate Precautionary Statements and transferring the new labelling information to the SDS.

  Tuesday 11th October 2016  
Lancaster House Hotel, Lancashire
09:30 until 16:00 | £ 325.00 + VATBook Now
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+ Hazard Communication - Safety Data Sheets Workshop
 

This one day workshop will provide the attendee with a thorough understanding of the requirements and structure of REACH compliant Safety Data Sheets for chemical substances and mixtures. Several worked examples and exercises will be conducted during the workshop to enable the participants to readily transfer their knowledge into practice.

  Wednesday 12th October 2016  
Lancaster House Hotel, Lancashire
09:30 until 16:00 | £ 325.00 + VATBook Now
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+ Hazard Communication - Extended SDS: Understanding and Implementing Exposure Scenarios
 

The extended SDS (or "eSDS") is required for substances registered under REACH where Exposure Scenarios (ES) were developed as part of the Chemical Safety Report (CSR). This one-day course aims to cover the scientific principles of exposure assessment and help you understand how to implement extended SDS in your organisation, dealing mainly with the technical concepts and linking in with regulatory requirements.

  Thursday 13th October 2016  
Lancaster House Hotel, Lancashire
09:30 until 16:00 | £ 325.00 + VATBook Now
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+ Hazard Communication - CLP 2015: Introduction to Classification, Labelling and Packaging
 

This Virtual Classroom will provide a useful overview of the requirements of the Classification, Labelling and Packaging (CLP) Regulation and how it impacts on hazardous product labelling and Safety Data Sheet (SDS). Earlier this year, we passed the 1st June 2015 deadline that requires Euorpean companies to adopt CLP for all mixtures newly placed on the market. The focus of this webinar is to highlight the changes in classification system and its major impacts. The course will last 1 hour and questions will be taken for 15 minutes at the end. Participants also have the opportunity to type their questions during the webinar or up to 15 minutes afterwards. These will be collated and answered within 2 working days. Places are limited to 10 participants.

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£ 175.00 + VAT
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+ Hazard Communication - Ensuring SDS Compliance Within Your Supply Chain Virtual Classroom
 

The provision of a Safety Data Sheet (SDS) is a legal requirement for all substances and mixtures meeting the criteria for classification under REACH and CLP. SDSs are an effective and well established method of conveying hazards and providing information on the safe use and mitigation of risks. This webinar will guide you through the structure of an SDS, highlighting new requirements and enabling you to assess whether the SDS you distribute or receive from your suppliers are up-to-date and compliant with the Regulations. Details for access to the webinar will be emailed 1 week in advance of the event to all participants. The presentation will last 1 hour and questions will be taken for 15 minutes at the end. Participants also have the opportunity to type their questions during the webinar or up to 15 minutes afterwards. These will be collated and answered within 2 working days. There will be availability for a total of 10 participants.

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£ 175.00 + VAT
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REACH Courses


+ REACH - Managing REACH for Downstream Users
 

This one day course is designed to meet the needs of any organisation which uses chemicals, providing them with the knowledge and techniques to allow them to fulfil their obligations under the REACH Regulation and to manage the potential impact of the Regulation on their business. The first part of the day provides an overview of the Regulation including roles and responsibilities, registration, authorisation and restriction protocols, enforcement and management. The focus then shifts to how REACH specifically impacts on users of chemicals - both compliance and business impact management. Extended SDS and exposure scenarios are then dealt with in detail in the second part of the day. In particular identification of appropriate ES, interpretation and integration of their requirements into business operating procedures, COSHH, IPPC etc.

  Tuesday 20th September 2016  
Lancaster House Hotel, Lancashire
09:30 until 16:00 | £ 325.00 + VATBook Now
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+ REACH - Prepare for 2018 REACH Registration
 

The last REACH registration deadline is 31 May 2018, for companies manufacturing or importing substances between 1 and 100 tonnes per year. Whilst the earlier deadlines covered a smaller number of mainly well-known chemicals in large quantities, for this last deadline ECHA is expecting a much larger number of substances. This course will help you approach the 2018 registration deadline fully prepared. The course will clarify the registration process, cover essential topics such as substance identity, sameness, data sharing, etc.

  Wednesday 21st September 2016  
Lancaster House Hotel, Lancashire
09:30 until 16:00 | £ 325.00 + VATBook Now
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+ REACH - IUCLID
 

The day focuses on hands-on experience in applying IUCLID6 in line with REACH. IUCLID6 (International Uniform Chemical Information Database) is the official tool for data collection in accordance to REACH and is essential for those looking to successfully register in line with REACH. The workshop will cover all the main aspects of IUCLID6 and give you the chance to become familiar with the software and how it can be used most effectively. The workshop is delivered by experienced IUCLID6 trainers. It is limited to 10 participants to provide the optimum interactive experience.

  Thursday 22nd September 2016  
Lancaster House Hotel, Lancashire
09:30 until 16:00 | £ 485.00 + VAT | Sorry, this course is fully booked
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+ REACH - Understanding Authorisation and Development of Mitigating Strategies
 

The process of applying for Authorisation is complex, requiring input from experts in many fields and from all parts of the supply chain. Whether you are a manufacturer or downstream user of an SVHC "subject to Authorisation", knowledge of the requirements of Authorisation is essential for a more efficient transition through the process. This one-day course will provide you with a thorough understanding of the Authorisation process and enable you to make the business decisions required to mitigate any risks to your supply chain. Socio-Economic Analysis (SEA) is a vital part of the Authorisation process and will require input from the entire supply chain. We are delighted to announce that this course will include a half-day course specifically aimed at de-mystifying the SEA, and that this part of the course will be presented by eftec, the leading environmental economic consultancy in the UK.

  Tuesday 22nd November 2016  
LEC, Lancaster University
09:30 until 16:00 | £ 325.00 + VATBook Now
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+ REACH - Authorisation: Who, When and How Virtual Classroom
 

The process of applying for authorisation under REACH is complex, requiring input from experts in many fields and from all parts of the supply chain. Whether you are a manufacturer or downstream user of an SVHC, knowledge of the requirements of authorisation is essential for a smooth transition through the process.This webinar will last 1 hour and questions will be taken for 15 minutes at the end. Participants also have the opportunity to type their questions during the webinar or up to 15 minutes afterwards. These will be collated and answered within 2 working days.

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£ 175.00 + VAT
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+ REACH - Substance Characterisation for REACH Virtual Classroom
 

Substance identity is a critical component of REACH and forms the basis of each individual registration. Analytical characterisation is the means by which substance identity is demonstrated and therefore it must be technically appropriate and unambiguous. This webinar will last 1 hour and questions will be taken for 15 minutes at the end. Participants also have the opportunity to type their questions during the webinar or up to 15 minutes afterwards. These will be collated and answered within 2 working days. There will be availability for a total of 10 participants

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£ 175.00 + VAT
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Biocides Courses


+ An Introduction to the Biocidal Product Regulation (BPR)
 

This half day workshop introduces you to the core principles and main features of current biocidal legislation in the EU. It explains how your product is affected by the Biocidal Product Regulation (BPR) and what you need to do to be compliant if you have a biocidal product or a treated article. The course leader will cover the terminology used, timelines and the potential costs, enabling you to make the right decisions for your business.

  Wednesday 26th October 2016  
Lancaster House Hotel, Lancashire
09:30 until 13:00 | £ 165.00 + VATBook Now
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+ Biocidal Product Regulation - Introduction & Biocidal Product Authorisation Applications
 

The course will start with an introduction to the core principles and main features of current biocidal legislation in the EU. It explains how your product is affected by the Biocidal Product Regulation (BPR) and what you need to do to be compliant if you have a biocidal product or a treated article. The course leader will cover the terminology used, timelines and the potential costs, enabling you to make the right decisions for your business. In the afternoon we will introduce you to the options available for getting your biocidal product authorised in the EU. We will cover the types of product authorisation, including costs and data requirements, to give you the information you need to decide how to move forward for your company.

  Wednesday 26th October 2016  
Lancaster House Hotel, Lancashire
09:30 until 16:30 | £ 325.00 + VATBook Now
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+ Biocidal Product Regulations Workshop (Introduction - Authorisation - IUCLID)
 

This 2 day course will provide you with in-depth training on the Biocidal Product Regulation (BPR), including hands-on experience in applying IUCLID6 and R4PB 3 in line with the BPR. The course will start with an introduction to the core principles and main features of current biocidal legislation in the EU. It explains how your product is affected by the BPR and what you need to do to be compliant if you have a biocidal product or a treated article. In the afternoon we will introduce you to the options available for getting your biocidal product authorised in the EU. The second day will introduce you to the IT Tools you need to prepare and submit your authorisation application and will include practical exercises to familiarize you with IUCLID6 and R4PB 3. The workshop is delivered by experienced IUCLID6 trainers. It is limited to 10 participants to provide the optimum interactive experience.

  Wednesday 26th October 2016 to Thursday 27th October 2016  
Lancaster House Hotel, Lancashire
09:30 until 16:30 daily | £ 765.00 + VATBook Now
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+ Virtual Classroom - Introduction to the Biocidal Product Regulation
 

This online webinar introduces you to the core principles and main features of current biocidal legislation in the EU. It explains how your product is affected by the Biocidal Product Regulation (BPR) and what you need to do to be compliant if you have a biocidal product or treated article. The webinar will also cover a brief introduction to the product authorisation process. The course will last 1 hour and questions will be taken for 15 minutes at the end. Participants also have the opportunity to type their questions during the webinar or up to 15 minutes afterwards. These will be collated and answered within 2 working days. There will be availability for a total of 10 participants.

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£ 175.00 + VAT
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Other: OSPAR, Asia Pacific Regulations Courses


+ An Overview of Chemicals Regulations in Asia Pacific
 

As Asian countries implement REACH-like elements into their chemical management legislation, this one day course focuses on the major markets including China, Taiwan and Korea. Approaching the legislation from an outsiders view, the course covers: registration or notification, exemptions, in country representative and GHS and SDS requirements. The trainer will also give a brief general overview of the region including Japan, Malaysia and Thailand.

  Tuesday 27th September 2016  
Lancaster House Hotel, Lancashire
09:30 until 16:00 | £ 325.00 + VATBook Now
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+ Introduction to OSPAR and REACH
 

Chemicals used in the exploration, exploitation and associated offshore processing of petroleum in the North Sea are required to be registered under the OSPAR Harmonised Mandatory Control System (HMCS) for the Use and Reduction of the Discharge of Offshore Chemicals as well as REACH. This full day workshop introduces you to the core principles and main features of the current OSPAR HMCS and REACH regulations.

  Friday 28th October 2016  
LEC, Lancaster University
09:30 until 16:00 | £ 325.00 + VATBook Now
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Delivered by experts

The REACH Centre's team is already known for its training expertise and knowledge of the regulatory environment in the EU and beyond. Our training is the online route to sharing that experience, regularly updated and reinforced with practical examples.

Designed for business

Online training needs to be focused, clear and easy to use in brief learning sessions. Using moodle technology, chemtrac® e-learning is designed for those in busy working environments who need to learn efficiently and effectively.

Developed from experience

The REACH Centre has been delivering specialist chemicals management training since 2007 and knows the areas that cause problems, the approaches that can confuse and the demands of ever-changing legislation. That focus and practical knowledge is embedded in all our courses.