Delphic HSE was first established in 2005, and began trading in 2007.  Delphic started as a small UK-based company offering consultancy and risk assessments around the safety of chemicals.  Following rapid and expansive growth, today Delphic HSE has become one of the most reputable and recognisable companies in our field of expertise. 

The key to the rapid rise and success is the philosophy that is trained through every member of the team:

“Yes, be safe. Yes, be complaint. Yes, be thorough. Think ahead to the court case.”

Today, Delphic boast three global offices (UK, The Netherlands and Hong Kong) and has worked with over 700 organisations from all corners of the globe, of all sizes and representing many points in the supply chain.  Delphic HSE has worked with some of the largest brands in the world and also provided in-depth support to start-ups and SME organisations.  The demands and priorities may be different, but the requirement for ‘safety’ and ‘compliance’ remains the same. 

Delphic is a company comprising experienced and highly qualified professionals in the fields of toxicology, pathology, Biology, product safety, cosmetic safety assessment, and environmental management and assessment.  A number of staff members provide qualifications in or advise to:

  • Committee members of Hong Kong Society of Cosmetic Chemists (HKSCC)
  • Secretary for European Teratology Society (ETS)
  • Editorial Board Member for Journal, Reproductive Toxicology
  • The Chinese Society of Toxicology
  • Qualification of Eurotox certification
  • Committee member UK in vitro toxicology society (IVTS)
  • Guidance to Saudi ood & Drug Administration (SFDA)
  • Lecturing on product safety for University postgraduate courses.

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Delphic HSE Appoints New Board Member

We are excited to announce that Tom Garner will be joining the Board of Directors as a Non-Executive Director of Delphic HSE.

Cliff Betton by Cliff Betton
Posted 14th January 2018
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The use of hydroquinone in eyelash extension adhesive

This article considers that False eyelash adhesives are not classified as cosmetics in the EU, but should instead follow the General Product Safety Directive and the CLP.

James Wakefield by James Wakefield
Posted 18th December 2017
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Delphic HSE presenting at in-cosmetics Asia 2017

Dr Lin Yang, Delphic HSE Toxicologist will be speaking at in-cosmetics Asia held in Bangkok from 31 October to 2 November 2017.


Posted 22nd October 2017
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