Find out what Brexit means for UK chemicals law
As the debate continues about what will follow the UK's decision to leave the European Union, many regulatory professionals are unsure of the tangible consequences of Brexit, and the steps they may need to take to prepare.
The UK is now entering the transition period, after its official split with the EU at the end of January this year, and developments relating to the chemicals industry are moving quickly.
At this critical time, it’s now more important than ever for organisations operating within the chemicals industry to stay completely up to date, given the widespread impact Brexit is likely to have in the months and years to come.
Our Post-Brexit Options for UK Chemicals Law workshop will welcome government officials, NGOs, and industry representatives to discuss the future of chemicals regulation in the UK, post-Brexit, and the impact on industry.
Key topics at Post-Brexit Options for UK Chemicals Law 2020
- The latest developments following the UK’s
departure from the EU
- The future of chemicals regulation in
- Practical insights on Brexit planning
- Data rights management after Brexit
- The future outlook for regulations concerning
biocides, food contact materials, and
Who should attend the Post-Brexit Options for UK Chemicals Law workshop?
- Regulatory affairs managers
- Compliance managers
- Government regulators
- Product stewards
- Trade associations
- Service providers
Why should you attend this year’s Post-Brexit Options for UK Chemicals Law workshop?
- Speak with key experts involved with Brexit
to answer your questions and address your concerns.
- Find out the latest Brexit developments.
- See how Brexit could impact your business and the future of chemicals regulations.
- Gain practical insights on how to plan for Brexit.
- Speak with fellow regulatory professionals to
prepare for changes to UK chemicals legislation.
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