Practical training for all your REACH, CLP and BPR needs
We run an ongoing programme of training events designed to help you tackle every aspect of REACH, CLP and BPR, from the Basics to many of the technical issues you will need to deal with to ensure ongoing compliance. The majority of our courses are also CPD accredited to support your professional development. Our training is face-to-face giving delegates the opportunity to ask questions, hear the experiences of other participants and network with those in similar situations.
Choosing the right training course for your needs can seem like a complicated business - so we've put together some helpful information to point you in the right direction, for further information see our guide to REACH, CLP and BPR training.
If the comprehensive list of courses below doesn't meet your needs, or you're looking for training for a group of people, contact us about our Bespoke training options.
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- 30 March 2017 - IUCLID 6 Practical Training for Registrants, Leeds
- 20 April 2017 - REACH Registration, Data Essentials for the 2018 deadline, London
- 25 April 2017 - Maintaining your REACH Registrations: Dossier Quality, Evaluation and CoRAP, Manchester Airport
- 18 May 2017 - REACH, The Basics, Leeds
- 25 May 2017 - CLP for Formulators and Importers - An Introduction, London
- 14 June 2017 - Managing REACH for Suppliers of articles: How compliant are you?, Leeds
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This workshop will help users quickly get up to speed with the new software. Attendees will gain familiarity with the main user functions of the software, equipping them with the skills required to compile registration dossiers. Whether you have no experience with IUCLID and are expecting to be a first time registrant or you are looking to refresh your IUCLID knowledge to tackle the changes the updated software will implement, this day will kick-start your knowledge.
This workshop will be of interest to anyone who needs to gain a better understanding of the implications of the information requirements of REACH. It will be particularly relevant to those working on REACH registrations for the 2018 deadline, as well as those dealing with evaluation decisions from previous deadlines. The day will also benefit regulatory specialists, safety data sheet authors and product managers involved in chemical safety, as well as R&D scientists who need to screen novel chemistries.
This workshop is aimed at regulatory managers and practitioners working in the chemical manufacturing and importing sectors and will be of particular interest to those who submitted dossiers for the 2010 and 2013 registration deadlines; it will also benefit those working towards 2018 registrations who are seeking to ensure their dossiers are of good quality.
The REACH (Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and restriction of CHemicals) Regulation is fundamentally changing the shape of every supply chain within the EU. It affects almost every chemical substance that you manufacture, import or use to make your products and to run your processes.
This workshop is an excellent place to start for anyone who needs to understand more about their compliance obligations under the REACH Regulation. The comprehensive programme provides an introduction to the key elements of the regulation and includes talks covering the implications for manufacturers, importers and users of chemicals throughout the supply chain.
Our most popular workshop is the perfect introduction to REACH, with plenty of opportunity to ask questions and ensure your understanding of the key implications for your business.
Classification is the key process that ensures labels and safety data sheets (SDS) provide accurate information on hazards, helping recipients use your chemical products safely. Whether you formulate mixtures yourself, or are importing formulations from outside of the EU, you need to understand the principles and requirements of the Classification, Labelling and Packaging (CLP) Regulation in order to make sure your labels and SDS are correct and compliant with the regulations.
Anyone responsible for classification and labelling, as well as those accountable for wider product stewardship issues should attend. The day will be of particular value to anyone new to classification, but it will also benefit those with experience of classifying mixtures under the Dangerous Preparations Directive.
This one-day workshop aims to give you an understanding of your duties under CLP, as well as practical skills to help you classify and label your products correctly.
This one-day workshop is aimed at business managers and regulatory specialists in companies that supply articles within the EU. It is of particular relevance to companies working through the complex and often confusing requirements in the REACH Regulation for finished goods, sub-assemblies and components. It will be of interest to importers and EU producers of articles alike, who are dealing with supply chain communication obligations and verifying product compliance.
We can offer many of our training courses specifically designed for small groups of delegates, delivered at your place or ours. We have put together a package of suggested programmes, all of which can be tailored to your own requirements: REACHReady's Bespoke Training.
If there is any other aspect of REACH training that you would like us to help with - just let us know. To find out more or to register your interest please call us on 0207 901 1443 or e-mail email@example.com.
30 March - IUCLID 6 Practical Training for Registrants, Leeds
This workshop will help users quickly get up to speed with the new software. Atendees will gain familiarity with the main user functions of the software, equipping them with the skills...
27 February - REACH: New substances added to the compliance check list
60 new substances have been added by ECHA to the list of substances that might be chosen for compliance check. Registrants of the concerning substances are strongly advised by ECHA to update their registration dossiers by 28 April.