Timings are in CEST (Amsterdam)

  1. Chemicals Management and Control Survey 2023

    Every year, Chemical Watch conducts a survey within our community of regulatory experts and professionals, governments, and NGOs. The survey responses deliver data on regulatory issues and challenges for the industry, the outlook for service providers and careers and salaries.
    The session covers data highlights from the 2022/3 survey, including but not limited to:
    • emergent regulatory trends;
    • issues or challenges for the chemical/ product industry;
    • informative analysis and insights on the state of the regulatory compliance community and
    • insightful data that every service provider should know!
    Sarah Thompson Sarah Thompson
    Publishing Manager, Chemical Watch
  2. Recent regulatory developments in selected countries in Latin America

    • Brazil, Chile, Colombia chemicals control regulations
      • Inventory
      • Registration/Notification
      • IT tools
      • Prioritisation of chemicals
      • Classification and labelling
    • Other LatAm countries’ overview
      • Chemicals management regulations
      • GHS implementation
    Cristina Garcia Cristina Garcia
    Knoell Iberia S.L.
  3. Refreshments

  4. Emergency response compliance – providing clarity in a challenging regulatory arena

    • Overview of emergency telephone number requirements around the world 
    • Supply and transport regulations in key Geographic regions i.e. APAC, LATAM and Europe 
    • How to meet emergency response and hazardous products registration requirements in these core markets 
    • Providing clarity to a complex European emergency numbers arena
    Richard Davey Richard Davey
    International Business Director, CHEMTREC
  5. Crisis, Emergency and Incident Response and Planning in the Chemical Sector

    Across the globe we are seeing increasing emergency response regulatory requirements, but we’re also seeing broader enhancements in guidance on crisis management and emergency preparedness as organizations recognise the need to implement more robust, coordinated and holistic response programs.   

    Topics will include: 

    • Double hatters – support required for non-specialists asked to perform emergency planning duties  
    • Removing silos – the role of HSSE, Process Safety teams and others in effective emergency preparedness and response 
    • Equipping responders to respond, exploring the skills required for effective emergency response in the chemical sector 
    • The use of technology to improve situational awareness and enhance emergency response coordination across all stakeholders and all levels of response 
    Gareth Black Gareth Black
    Senior Crisis Consultant, CHEMTREC
  6. Lunch

  7. Vietnam

    Nhat Nguyen Nhat Nguyen
    Chief Analyst, Enhesa Product, USA
  8. Refreshments


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