Chemical regulation seminar: measurement and enforcement issues
A free seminar to discuss enforcement issues with current chemical regulations will take place on 19 March 2015.
Scientists, trading standards officers, enforcement agencies, manufacturers and importers are invited to join the Government Chemist at the Lodge, IET Birmingham, to discuss regulatory challenges and the role of measurement science and technology in chemical regulation.
The seminar ‘REACH and CLP enforcement: measurement and related issues for Public Analysts and Enforcement Authorities’ includes discussions on checking compliance with CLP and CHIP in the laboratory, and safety data sheets. It also covers the importance of measurement science and technology in effective regulation and the role of the Environment Agency in enforcing REACH.
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REACH and CLP enforcement: measurement and related issues for Public Analysts and Enforcement Authorities
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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