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CLP Training

Intensive 3-day training - 2-4 October 2018, London

Radisson Blu Edwardian Kenilworth, London

This training course covers CLP and therefore is focussed on the way GHS is implemented in the EU. CLP issues and aspects for both substances and mixtures will be addressed over the three days with a particular focus on mixtures.

Sources of information for working the classification from the ground up will be covered as well as how and when to use existing classifications. With changes in classification and labelling requirements it is important to understand what needs to be ready by which date.

  • Improve methods and criteria for substance classification
  • Build on methods and criteria for mixture classification
  • Examine how CLP fits together with REACH and other downstream legislations
  • Explore CLP in light of GHS implementation in other jurisdictions
  • Ensure you can meet specific labelling requirements
  • Develop a personal action plan to implement on returning to your organisation
  • Understand how to apply bridging principles to mixtures
  • Confidently manage incoming Safety Data Sheets

This course is suitable for anyone wishing to build on their knowledge of the CLP regulation to improve efficiency in their role, including those working in:

  • CLP Compliance
  • Chemical Risk
  • Global Hazard Communications
  • Labelling & Packaging
  • Product Registration
  • Regulatory Affairs
  • Product Stewardship
  • Product Safety
  • Technical Information

Gill Pagliuca

Gill Pagliuca is a consultant working for Denehurst Chemical Safety Ltd. She provides advice and assistance to customers in a wide variety of companies on REACH, CLP and transport of dangerous goods regulations. Before this, Gill worked for many years at the National Chemical Emergency Centre (NCEC) in a variety of roles including emergency response, database management and consultancy.


Overview of key changes to Regulation 1107/2009

Led by Karen Baker, this 30-minute webinar will provide you with an overview of important changes to Regulation 1107/2009 to ensure you are fully up-to-date. Aimed at regulatory professionals, this webinar will cover the following topics:

  • Examine changes to cut-off criteria
  • Candidates for substitution
  • Comparative assessment
  • Q&A session

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