International Cosmetic Regulation: 18 June 2019 (UK)

£400.00

EARLY BIRD OFFER AVAILABLE UNTIL 18TH MAY 2019

Bespoke or classroom based training.
Course Dates: UK/EU: 18 June 2019
Location: Farnborough, UK

Your responsibility is to ensure human health is not at risk from your cosmetic product.

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Bespoke or classroom based.

Selling cosmetics globally is a complex business which requires adherence to many different regulations and standards. Delphic HSE will help you to understand your responsibilities region by region. We will share our own stories and experience of operating at a global level so that you can properly prepare your own manufacturing and distribution strategy.

Areas aimed to be covered:

Europe, North America (US & Canada), South America (Andean and Mercosur), Middle East (GSO), Australia, New Zealand, South East Asia (ASEAN) and China.

This 1-day course includes:

  • Definition of a cosmetic in each member state
  • Requirements and features of each regulation
  • Registration process and the documentation required
  • The differences with labelling and what’s mandatory
  • Interpretation of claims and associated risks
  • Region-by-region comparisons with the EU
  • An understand of the enforcement processes involved

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The above results are based on 78 delegate responses.

Course Instructor

Liu

Liu Yuet Kan, Ken
Toxicologist

Ken obtained an honours degree in Food and Nutritional Sciences before completing a masters degree in Food Safety and Toxicology, both through the University of Hong Kong. He then went on to work as a regulatory affairs intern for Wyeth Nutrition before joining Delphic in September 2013.

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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