1. Registration

    Laura Robinson Laura Robinson
    Occupational Toxicologist, Toxicology Consulting Ltd
    Mark Selby Mark Selby
    Director, Denehurst Chemical Safety Ltd
  2. Introduction

  3. Introduction to risk assessment

    • The basics of risk assessment
    • What it achieves
    • General requirements
  4. Risk communication (eSDS)

    Risk, hazard and exposure

    • When an SDS, CSR and exposure scenario is needed
    • What it should contain
    • What it is intended to do (human health and the environment)
    • Definition of the terminology - setting the scene for the rest of the day
  5. Refreshment break

  6. Basic Chemistry

    • Importance of chemistry
    • Relevance for computer modelling
  7. Hazard identification

    Hazard characterisation

    • Human health data gathering
    • Evaluation of data including suitability of each end point for risk assessment purposes
    • Identification of critical studies, dose descriptors, dose response relationships
  8. Lunch

  9. Environmental fate and effects

    • Data gathering for environmental fate and effects
    • Relevance of endpoints for risk assessment and derivation of PNEC
  10. Refreshment break

  11. Exposure assessment and risk characterisation

    • Measured vs modelling approach
    • Populations that need to be considered (worker, professional user and consumer exposures) and environmental exposures
    • Use categories and use descriptors
    • Operating conditions and risk management measures (human health and the environment)
    • How to undertake risk characterisation for human health and the environment and its significance
  12. Questions and close of day one

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