A comprehensive coverage of the basics of risk assessment

This course offers a practical introduction to regulatory safety and risk assessment. It is intended for those with either little or no knowledge of the risk assessment process.

The course offers a comprehensive coverage of the basics of risk assessment, including what it achieves and the requirements under various country-specific regulations.

Furthermore, case studies and the opportunity to put the learning into practice will be a key feature of this course.

The learning outcomes are to allow those attending to understand the key data endpoints that make up risk assessment, covering toxicity, chemistry and exposure

Course leaders:

Laura Robinson is a qualified toxicologist and chemist with over ten years' experience in health, safety and environmental issues, as well as chemical compliance. Laura is an accomplished toxicology trainer, consultant and author of two published books on toxicology. Her third book ‘A practical guide to toxicology and human health risk assessment’ (John Wiley & Sons) will be published in December 2018.

Peter Di Marco, is a Fellow of the Academy of Toxicological Sciences (FATS; US), President, ACTRA  and President Elect, IUTOX. Peter is regulatory toxicologist with over 35 years experience in research, teaching and risk assessment.