Learning outcomes

    At the end of the session, attendees will be able to:
    • Explain the what is meant by classification and why it is important to do
    • Outline the main difference between CLP and GHS ( including the GHS hazard categories which have not currently been included in CLP)
    • Explain what is meant by harmonised classification and self-classification
    • Explain what is meant by bridging principles and how these are used
    • Explain when existing mixture test data can be used and the scenario where it should not be used (i.e. CMR) and the reason for this
    • Explain what is meant by the additivity principle and the hazard classes where it is applicable
    • List the hazard classes for human health and also what is meant by categories
    • Explain the differences between generic cut off limits, specific concentration limits and generic concentration limits and how these are used
    • Outline important considerations when choosing data for classification purposes (including the types of data which could be used)
    • Explain what is meant by the calculation approach for acute toxicity and how it is used
    • Be able to classify a mixture for each of the human health hazard classes
    Laura Robinson Trainer: Laura Robinson
    Occupational Toxicologist, Toxicology Consulting Ltd, UK