Day three

    Day 3 focuses on Hazard Communication elements and aims to provide delegates with an overview of the classification, safety data sheet and labelling requirements associated with REACH. Classification and effective communication of hazards is a key output of REACH and will form the basis for further evaluation, while Poison Centre Notification obligations will continue to increase over the next few years.

    Alex Paul Alex Paul
    Principal: Chemical Regulatory Services, Yordas Group, UK
  2. GHS and CLP

    • A brief introduction to GHS implementation around the world
    • Links between CLP, REACH and SDS
    • Introduction to the Classification, Labelling and Packaging regulation
  3. Refreshment break

  4. Classification, Labelling and Packaging Regulation

    • Classification principles and processes for substances and mixtures 
    • Classification exercise
  5. Lunch

  6. Hazard communication

    • Hazard and precautionary statements
    • Small packaging requirements 
    • Labelling and consistency with the SDS
    • Labelling exercise
  7. Safety Data Sheets

    • General obligations
    • Checking and compiling SDSs using reputable sources of information
    • Extended Safety Data Sheets
    • Exposure scenario integration to SDSs
    • Downstream user obligations and overlap with other regulations
  8. Refreshment break

  9. Notifications

    • Notification to the Classification and Labelling Inventory
    • Poison Centre Notification requirements
      • Background of Annex VIII and the reasons for coming into force
      • Who is required to submit information?
      • What are the information requirements for submission to Poison Centres?
      • UFI’s (Unique Formula Identifiers)
      • Data review, hazardous and non-hazardous components
    • Conclusions and final remarks
  10. Close of day three