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European Poison Center Reporting Changes Don't Have to Be a Poison Pill for Your Business

Earn 1 Contact Hour

This free webinar is sponsored by Sphera and co-presented by NCEC



As parents, we do everything we can to keep our kids safe. Childproof drawers, doors, stairs, and even the toilet seat. Still many kids find a way to fall into trouble—including touching and many times ingesting the dangerous chemicals found in everyday consumer products from laundry detergent to mouthwash.

Poison Centers in the European Union alone receive a reported 600,000 phone calls per year about accidental exposure to chemicals of which about half are related to concerns about children. 

Under the European Chemicals Agency’s Article 45 of the Classification, Labelling and Packaging, or CLP, companies are required to submit all information about products with hazardous mixtures to the national appointed bodies of each EU member state.

Keeping up with this information can be difficult and time consuming.   Anyone working with EU regulations has surely heard a lot about Poison Centers, but there still seems to be a bit of uncertainty around this topic.   For example, what are my responsibilities today and should I submit to the different country poison centers today or should I wait for the ECHA harmonized format?

During this webinar, we will help you understand:

  • ​Your current requirements
  • Pros and cons for waiting for the harmonized format
  • Latest information from ECHA on the implementation of the harmonized format

 

Presenters

Carrie Decatur, Senior Regulatory Analyst, Sphera

Carrie Decatur is an internationally recognized expert in GHS at the United Nations and individual country level.  In her role as Senior Regulatory Analyst she is responsible for the analysis and implementation of global chemical regulations into the Sphera Product Stewardship offerings and the web based Intelligent Authoring ™ training program.  She is the Chair of the Global Regulatory Focus Group which is a monthly client-based forum where regulatory updates and issues and new system implementations are discussed.​

Caroline Raine, Business Area Manager, National Chemical Emergency Centre (NCEC)

Caroline Raine is the NCEC regulatory business area manager, with a wealth of experience in interpreting and implementing legislation relating to hazardous chemical substances. The knowledge Caroline has of legislation is wide ranging, covering both supply and transport legislation. This experience has been developed whilst working directly in the chemical industry and through consultancy projects. 

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 Details

 
Format- Free Webinar Recording
Time- 1 Hour
Credit- 1 Hour​
 

 Learning Level - Competent

 
A Competent learner can perform to basic standards; has a thorough understanding of the content area but limited practical/work experience in the application of the content/concepts​.​