Not only a fundamental legal obligation in almost all regions of the world, it is also vital to help protect the reputation of your products and brands as well as the health and wellbeing of your consumers.
At Delphic HSE we specialise in ensuring the toxicological safety of finished products and the chemicals used within them; whether they’re cosmetics, toys, cleaning agents, household goods or industrial chemicals. Determining the safety of any product containing chemicals requires knowledge and experience of critically assessing toxicological data and an understanding of real life exposures. In many cases legislation on product safety specifically stipulates minimum levels of training and expertise that an individual must obtain before they can be considered suitably competent to undertake such a task.
Delphic HSE utilise patent-pending database solutions, developed and maintained in-house, to offer high quality routine product safety services at a competitive cost across a range of sectors. These systems combine detailed toxicological information, collated & reviewed by our expert staff, and exposure modelling in reliable and reproducible ways to ensure consistency and quality of deliverables to our clients. For complex cases, including investigation of reported adverse effects, Delphic HSE can provide bespoke reviews and guidance.
Our senior staff combine a range of different backgrounds and expertise’s, with many holding advisory positions on scientific and industry committees; part of Delphic HSEs’ ongoing commitment to working within the wider industries we serve on issues of concern. Leveraging a long history of expertise in product safety, and teams of highly qualified toxicologists based in our offices around the world, Delphic HSE can provide expert review and opinion on product safety to companies of all sizes and in any circumstance.
When it comes to ensuring that your products, and the consumers who use them, are safe only the best should do. Get in touch today to find out how Delphic HSE can help you ensure the ongoing safety of the products you’re responsible for.
Your responsibility to ensure human health is not at risk from your cosmetic product.
Essential information management for the product life cycle.
Ensure the description of your product tells an accurate and verifiable story.
We are excited to announce that Tom Garner will be joining the Board of Directors as a Non-Executive Director of Delphic HSE.
| by Cliff Betton |
Posted 14th January 2018
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.
| by James Wakefield |
Posted 18th December 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