Early Bird Offer

Classification, Labelling & Packaging Regs: 1st October 2019 (UK)

£400.00 £320.00

Bespoke or classroom based training.
Course Dates: 1st October 2019
Location: Farnborough, UK

Advance-level training to provide an in-depth understanding of the primary requirements of CLP.

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Bespoke or classroom based

The primary purpose of this advance-level training is to provide you to an in-depth understanding of the primary requirements of CLP. The European Union CLP Regulation aligns the EU system of classification, labelling and packaging of chemical substances and mixtures to the United Nations Globally Harmonised System (GHS). Conformity with CLP is not an option in the EU but compliance will also facilitate global trade and the harmonised communication of hazard information of chemicals. Delphic HSE will explain your responsibilities and how compliance with CLP will better protect workers, consumers and the environment. We will consider all practical aspects of hazard determination, identification and communication.

The course includes:

  • Main features of both CLP and GHS and the way in which they are aligned
  • Identifying products that are affected by the regulation
  • Detailed understanding of labelling including H and P phrases, Hazard Symbols and signal words
  • Practical application of CLP for your products
  • Using CLP principles outside of the EU

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The Delphic Promise

We promise that each delegate completing this training will have a competent understanding of:

  • Regulations and your responsibilities in your region(s) of interest
  • Challenges and solutions to cosmetic distribution in your region(s) of interest
  • Sources of further information and when to engage Delphic HSE services