Learning outcomes

Training Description

REACH is the acronym for the new European Union regulation covering the Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and restriction of Chemicals. After the initial phase of REACH registrations in 2010 and 2013, many lessons have been learned. However, for many registrants, the 2019 deadline for substances manufactured or imported in the range 1 – 100 will be their first experience with registration under REACH.

Training Schedule

Day one

  • 08:30 Registration, welcome coffee

  • 09:00 Session 1 – quality for initial submission Part 1

  • The registration

  • Substance identity

  • 11:00 Tea, Coffee, Networking

  • 11:20 Session 1 – quality for initial submission Part 2

  • Robust summaries

  • ECHA checks and ‘Technical Validation’ errors

  • 13:00 Luncheon

  • 14:00 Session 2 – Updates to existing registration Part 1

  • Spontaneous updates and enforced updates

  • Spontaneous updates

  • 15:30 Tea, Coffee, Networking

  • 15:45 Session 2 – Updates to existing registration Part 2

  • Enforced updates

  • 17:00 End of day 1

Day two

  • 09:00 Tea, Coffee, Networking

  • 09:30 Session 3 – CoRAP and higher-level reviews Part 1

  • CoRAP process

  • 11:00 Tea, Coffee, Networking

  • 11:20 Session 3 – CoRAP and higher-level reviews Part 2

  • Technical approach to CoRAP

  • 12:30 Luncheon

  • 13:15 Session 3 – Entry to Candidate list – considering Authorisation and Restrictions

  • Overview of process towards Authorisation

  • 14:30 Farewell Tea, Coffee Networking

  • 15:00 End of day 2

Training Program

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Get to know the Expert Trainer

Mark Selby
Mark SelbyOwner
Denehurst Chemical Safety Ltd

Mark Selby has worked in the area of regulatory science for over 20 years, starting with a UK-based speciality chemical manufacturer at the time that the EINECS list was closing. This background in industry provided a valuable insight into the problems facing manufacturing organisations with limited resources and tight schedules, but which needed to keep up with legislation.

Work surrounding chemical supply legislation and other regulatory testing led to contact with a multi-national Contract Research Organisation working mainly for the pharmaceutical industry and Mark was employed by them in 1989 to set up a consulting service to cover chemical supply legislation. Work also included providing advice to colleagues to ensure that regulatory testing for chemical supply was performed effectively and that laboratory staff had access to the correct equipment and test guidelines. Working now as an independent consultant, trading as Denehurst Chemical Safety Ltd, Mark advises industry on the use of data for classification and labelling, the testing of chemical products and submission processes in support of EU chemical supply legislation. This includes a substantial amount of writing and training work, including lecturing for all levels of industry which aims to link the regulatory constraints with practical solutions for producers and users of chemical products.

As well as a trainer for the CHCS (http://www.chcs.org.uk) and for the ETCIC REACH training at Hull University (http://www.etcic.com), Mark works with REACHReady (http://www.reachready.co.uk) as one of their advisors and trainers. Mark has also been involved with the European Commission funded ‘Twinning’ projects helping new EU Member States.

Recent work has included training and support for European Competent Authorities and ECHA foundation courses to help scientific and regulatory training of personnel working in various agencies.

Who should attend?

Chief Executive Officers, Chief Financial Officers, Members of the Board, Senior Vice Presidents, First Vice Presidents, Executive Vice Presidents, Vice Presidents Managing Directors, Executive Directors, Directors, Global Heads, Regional Heads, Group Heads, Heads & Leads General Managers, Senior Managers & Managers Analysts, Consultants & Advisors OF:

– Chemical

– Pharmaceutical and

– Plant Protection Sectors (agrochemicals)

  • REACH consultants
  • Chemical Consultants
  • Chemical law-firms
  • Researcher
  • Health and Safety
  • Product compliance
  • Customer services
  • Product technologists
  • Regulatory affairs specialists
  • Quality control professionals
  • Labelling and packaging
  • Hazard classification
  • and every job title with the word REACH in it

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