1. Registration

  2. Evaluation of information from supplier's SDS, especially if importing

    Use of public databases to enhance confidence in supplier data; how much effort is necessary?

  3. Refreshment break

  4. How to use information from suppliers and other sources to prepare your SDS

    The issues of interpreting mixture data for toxicology and ecological sections and its impact on other sections of the SDS

  5. Lunch

  6. The use of classification and data estimation for mixtures and how the use of software compared to real estimates can give different answers

    How an understanding of basic physicochemical data can be used to address other sections of the SDS (e.g. exposure routes, accidental spillage and clean-up methods, etc)

  7. Refreshment break

  8. Important considerations when writing first aid measures

    Risk management measures (specifically considerations when recommending appropriate personal protective equipment and the use of engineering measures)

    Throughout the day the use of real-life examples and set exercises will be used to enable the participants to put their new-found knowledge into practice.

  9. Recap, Questions & Close

    Laura Robinson Laura Robinson
    Occupational Toxicologist, Toxicology Consulting Ltd, UK
    Mark Selby Mark Selby
    Director, Denehurst Chemical Safety Ltd, UK

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