Learn about EU and UK-REACH

REACH is an ambitious chemical regulation and places a number of different obligations on manufacturers, importers and downstream users. This course will cover the major features of REACH, including Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation, Restriction, Articles and SVHC's, supply chain communication and Safety Data Sheets. This interactive virtual classroom is designed to meet the needs of regulatory and compliance managers tasked with delivering or overseeing the REACH registration requirements of their organisations. The course will provide the knowledge and techniques necessary to fulfil the registration obligations under the REACH Regulation and to manage the potential impact of the Regulation on their business.

At a glance

Here is a summary of what you can expect from this course.

  • 6 half day virtual classroom sessions

  • A copy of our REACH course manual and all course slides

  • Access to the course recording for 6 months after the completion of the classroom

  • Practical exercises to test your knowledge

  • Interactive sessions and Q&A with our REACH experts

  • Gain accredited CPD hours through the Royal Society of Chemistry

  • All for 1,095 EUR including applicable sales taxes

Royal Society of Chemistry Approved Training

This virtual classroom is approved by the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) as an approved course counting towards Continuing Professional Development (CPD) credit hours.

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Topics covered during this virtual classroom

1. REACH Introduction and Registration Process 

The first module of the course introduces participants to REACH and the registration process. In this module we discuss the main protocols for REACH (Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and Restriction) and review the key definitions and exemptions from the registration process. This module also includes a detailed overview of the REACH Registration Process.  

2. REACH Data Management, Data Sharing and Ongoing Compliance 

Module 2 covers REACH Data Management, discussing data gap assessments, integrated testing strategies, use of alternative endpoint fulfilment methods and data costs. We also discuss data sharing methods including information on Substance Information Exchange Forums (SIEFs). We also discuss how to ensure compliance with your data management tools and strategy. An overview of UK-REACH will also be provided, and throughout this session, impacts from both a UK and non-UK perspective will be considered.  

3. REACH for Downstream Users 

This module is geared towards those further down the supply chain who use chemicals or produce/import articles, and covers all roles and activities that downstream users may undertake. Topics to be covered in this module include: Roles and responsibilities in the supply chain Determining your obligations Ensuring compliance Business Impact Management 

4. Introduction to IUCLID and Creating an Inquiry and Joint Registration Dossier 

This module covers how to prepare an IUCLID Dossier for an Inquiry and a Joint Registration using IUCLID Cloud. We also review each mandatory section from the chemical composition and analytical information, classification and labelling, PBT assessment, uses, guidance on safe use and CSR. 

5. IUCLID for a Lead Registration and Dossier Submission 

This module covers how to prepare an IUCLID Dossier for a Lead Registration using IUCLID Cloud. 

6. Exposure Scenarios and the Chemical Safety Report 

In this module, we provide an introduction to risk assessment and exposure scenarios. We also cover approaches to writing a Chemical Safety Report (CSR) and discuss obligations through the supply chain. 

How will you benefit from this course

  • Insight

    Gain a comprehensive insight into EU and UK-REACH regulations

  • Cost-effective

    An intimate virtual classroom with access to our experts and the opportunity to ask questions relevant to your company

  • Stay ahead of the curve

    Access the latest regulatory and scientific information delivered by leading experts in the field

Learning Outcomes

At the end of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Understand the objectives, roles and principles of REACH registration
  • Identify REACH registration requirements
  • Understand the objectives of data sharing to reduce costs and unnecessary testing
  • Prepare a REACH registration dossier in the IUCLID software

Join us for this interactive virtual classroom delivered over 6 half day sessions

Course recording available if you miss a session

If you are interested in a group rate or to pay via invoice, contact us

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Instructors

Managing Regulatory Consultant

Mark Earnshaw

Mark is an experienced Managing Regulatory Consultant with a demonstrated history of supporting a wide range of chemical companies. Skilled in EU REACH Registrations, supply chain communication, training and audits, Safety Data Sheets, CLP. Strong legal professional with a PhD focused in Environmental Chemistry from Lancaster University.

Senior Regulatory Specialist

Dr Neil Hunt

Neil has worked on a range of EU funded projects investigating risk assessment of nanomaterials. He is a member of the Partner Expert Group supporting ECHA with the development of guidance documents for the REACH registration of nanomaterials. Neil has presented at global conferences and authored book chapters on the topic of regultory complaince around nanomaterials.

Chemistry Consultant

Dr Emma Miller

Emma is an experienced PhD chemist with over 15 years' experience in the chemical industry. During this time, she has worked in research and development in the pharmaceuticals and speciality chemicals sectors. Her specialist area is organic chemistry with considerable experience in the characterisation of highly complex materials for regulatory purposes. Emma has played a key technical role in several major biocides projects, in particular those involving in situ generated actives.

Regulatory Consultant

Dr Letizia Carramusa

Dr. Letizia Carramusa joined Yordas Group in 2020 as a Regulatory Consultant, following a long-term experience as research scientist in international research institutions such as the Weizmann Institute and the Max Planck Institute. She holds a PhD in Cell and Molecular Biology and worked on projects ranging from cancer research, to material science and cellular biophysics with a focus on the mechanisms of cell motility and adhesion-dependent mechanosensitivity. In addition to the academic training, she has got significant teaching experience holding a post-graduate certificate in education (PGCE) and a qualified teacher status (QTS) awarded in the UK. Letizia’s day to day use of IUCLID means she is well placed to provide support during the practical exercises.

Regulatory Consultant

Dr Kamran Shekh

Dr Kamran Shekh joined the Yordas scientific team in 2020. He comes to Yordas with a solid mix of human toxicology and ecotoxicology research and consulting experience. A problem that Kamran worked on as a Regulatory Toxicologist for a client while working as a consultant, prompted him to return to pursue a PhD on the physiological, biochemical, and molecular basis of species-specific differences in the toxicity of metals. This work was followed by research at the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Alberta. At Yordas, Kamran provides his expertise in the areas of hazard and exposure assessment in the context of REACH and CLP.

Who should attend?

This course will be most relevant to

  • Regulatory and compliance managers

  • Downstream users of chemicals

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