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Free European One Day Seminar: Chemical Regulatory Compliance – 2019 Key Updates

UL is pleased to be hosting some FREE Regulatory Seminars at the beginning of 2019 to provide key insights on global chemical regulatory compliance for companies manufacturing, importing, using, storing and/or distributing chemical products.

Leading experts from UL’s Global Regulatory Assurance Team will share their knowledge, experience and perspectives to provide you with essential practical information and advice – allowing you to understand and manage your compliance obligations into 2019 and beyond.

Book your place at any of the seminars here.

Choose Your Location

We are pleased to offer these seminars in not one, but TWO major European cities:

  • February 4th 2019 – Milan, Italy
  • February 12th 2019 – Düsseldorf, Germany 
Milan
Milan – February 4th 2019
Via Luigi Galvani, 12, 20124 Milano MI, Italy
+39-02-698310
 Dusseldorf
Düsseldorf – February 12th 2019
Konigsallee 59,40215, Dusseldorf, Germany
+49-211-82850

For more information on these locations, please visit the Choose Your Location page

Discuss Your Personal Compliance Challenges

Small Workshop. Big Interaction.

The intimate setting of these regionally-focused, one-off events lends itself to plenty of opportunities for questions and communication with attendees and experts alike.

Take advantage of the personal environment to discuss compliance and supply chain challenges that impact your business today. Our experts will be happy to address any specific issues you are facing within your organisation.

We will cover the most salient topics on present and future regulatory drivers, and their impact on GLOBAL trade. 

Agenda

Both Seminars will run from 9:30am to around 4:30pm, with Registration at 9:00am.

The Agenda for both Events will be as follows:

Introduction

  • Welcome Address
  • UL Overview           

Session 1 – Regulatory Impacts On International Trade

  • GHS Around The World
  • Safety Data Sheets: Common Mistakes & Differences Between Countries
  • Q&A

Break

Session 2 – Effective Management Of Product Compliance

  • Common Global Compliance Issues
  • Q&A 

Lunch

Session 3 – Preparing For Change 1

  • Updates to GHS
  • Updates to the CLP Regulation
  • Updates to the Transport Regulations
  • Q&A

Break

Session 4 – Preparing For Change 2

  • Key Dates in Upcoming Regulatory Changes
  • Overcoming Regulatory Challenges In 2019
  • Q&A

In addition to these topics, there will be additional ​networking and Q&A sessions available for you to discuss any issues that you are currently facing with our team of Regulatory Specialists.

A complimentary lunch, drinks and additional refreshments will be provided throughout the day.

Please Note: These seminars will be presented in English, but there will be both Native Italian and German representatives from UL in attendance for you to talk to throughout the day.

Further details on the Agenda can be found on the Agenda page. Book your place at either of these 2 seminars here.

Who Should Attend?

Job Roles & Functions

  • Regulatory Affairs Managers
  • Environmental Health & Safety Managers
  • Product Stewardship Managers
  • Sustainability Managers (from both upstream & downstream companies)
  • Compliance Officers
  • Company Directors & Senior Managers

Industries

  • Adhesives
  • Consumer Products
  • Cosmetics
  • Fragrances & Flavours
  • Life Sciences
  • Petroleum
  • Paints & Coatings
  • Personal Care Products
  • Plastics & Resins
  • Retail
  • Specialty Chemicals

Reserve Your Place Now

Take advantage of this rare opportunity to not only gain valuable insights into the essential regulatory compliance issues that companies face today, but to also discuss any specific concerns that you might have with world-class regulatory specialists.

Book your place at either of these 2 seminars here.

This is not an opportunity to be missed. Reserve your place now.


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