Programme

  1. Registration

  2. Introduction

    Laura Robinson Laura Robinson
    Occupational Toxicologist, Toxicology Consulting Ltd, UK
    Mark Selby Mark Selby
    Director, Denehurst Chemical Safety Ltd, UK
  3. Introduction to risk assessment and REACH

    • The basics of risk assessment
    • What it achieves
    • Requirements under REACH and other regulatory frameworks
  4. Risk communication, 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. Chemistry

    • Importance of chemistry
    • Relevance for assessment of chemical substance
    • Relevance of key data for risk assessment
  7. Hazard identification and 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
    • Introduction to DNELs, how they are derived and used
    • SVHC for health
    • Labelling and 'fit for purpose'
  8. Lunch

  9. Environmental fate and effects

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

  11. Exposure assessment and risk characterisation

    • Introduction to exposure modelling (human health and environment)
    • Use categories and use descriptors for REACH
    • Operating conditions and risk management measures (human health and the environment)
    • Introduction to risk characterisation
    • The extended safety data sheet (eSDS) and exposure scenarios
  12. Questions and close of day one

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