On many occasions, Delphic HSE partners with clients to develop bespoke risk assessments, training, regulatory advice and consultancy for chemical profiles and formulations where the intended market and use is yet to be fully determined.

A Chemical Risk Assessment is a systematic process of evaluating the potential risks that may be involved in any projected activity or undertaking, where chemicals are involved

Delphic adopt the approach that although ‘Safety comes first’ it is a risk based process where hazardous materials, as described in a data sheet or by regulation, can be used and incorporated into products safely, providing the necessary processes and procedures are followed.  Therefore, regardless of the product type, sector, and chemical formulation; Delphic will approach the risk assessment with the same methodology.

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