Chemical regulation seminar: book by 2 March
Register for a free seminar on measurement and enforcement issues with current chemical regulations.
The deadline for registering for the seminar ‘REACH and CLP enforcement: measurement and related issues for Public Analysts and Enforcement Authorities’ is Monday 2 March 2015.
The seminar features discussions on checking compliance with REACH and CLP in the laboratory and the role of safety data sheets, including common errors in those published. Derek Craston, the UK Government Chemist, will outline the importance of measurement science and technology in effective regulation and a representative from the Environment Agency will discuss the role of the Environment Agency in enforcing REACH.
A representative from a Public Analyst’s Laboratory will highlight some of the practical issues facing local authorities in enforcing and monitoring REACH and CLP, and Mark Selby, from Denehurst Chemical Safety, will highlight the practicalities that industry faces before the day concludes with an open discussion session.
19 March 2015
How much it costs
The seminar is free to attend, but delegates must register in advance.
The Lodge, IET, Austin Court, Birmingham, B1 2JP
Book your place
To reserve a place at the conference or for more information email the Government Chemist Project Manager.
Government Chemist Programme Manager
Telephone 020 8943 7523
Deadline for booking
Monday 2 March 2015
Download the seminar programme
REACH and CLP enforcement: measurement and related issues for Public Analysts and Enforcement Authorities
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Who should attend?
- Trading standards officers
- Enforcement agencies
Published: 11 February 2015
From: Government Chemist