This workshop will explain key data endpoints required for UK REACH registrations, discuss data quality, validity and handling conflicting results, and highlight potential cost saving means. Designed to be an introduction to regulatory toxicology and environmental effects, the day will concentrate on the concepts of standard studies and the use of alternatives, with some time spent describing how data is used for hazard classification and risk assessment.
Of interest to anyone who needs to gain a better understanding of the implications of the information requirements of REACH. Particularly relevant to those working on forthcoming UK REACH registration deadlines. The day will also benefit regulatory specialists, safety data sheet authors and product managers involved in chemical safety, as well as R&D scientists who need to screen novel chemistries. Discounted rates apply for REACHReady Gold subscribers and CIA members; book before 20 September 2021 for the early booking rate: £280 (+ vat) REACHReady/CIA members; £350 (+ vat) non members; thereafter £308/£385 (+ vat) respectively.Note: It is hoped that this training workshop will be delivered in person in a venue in Leeds. Should this not be possible, a virtual delivery may be required.