We’ve just added our most popular courses to the calendar for 2016.
- GHS Essentials January 19-20
- TSCA Essentials January 26-28
- European SDS and Labelling February 9-11
- US Hazard Communication Essentials February 23-25
- Canadian Hazard Communication Regulations February 26
- China Online Series
- DOT Certification March 29-30
- International Transport Regulations March 31
- Asia-Pacific Chemical Control Requirements
- TSCA Essentials April 26-28
- GHS Essentials May 10-11
- Environmental Hazard Assessment and Communication May 12
- US Hazard Communication Essentials June 7-9
- Canadian Hazard Communication Regulations June 10
- Online courses:
Finally, Save the Date for the US EPA’s Sustainable Futures course, sponsored by ChemADVISOR, coming in July 2016, along with another offering of our TSCA Essentials course!
Looking for something sooner? Check out our calendar for all upcoming courses.
Registration is online at www.chemadvisor.com/training
Prices for all courses are available at http://www.chemadvisor.com/training-pricing
Please keep an eye on our calendar for other upcoming courses of interest to you!
In addition to SCHC President Darlene Susa-Anderson (ChemADVISOR VP, EHS Services) and SCHC Chairman of the Board Jennifer Mahoney (Manager, Consulting Services), we will have other members of our Hazard Communication and Marketing and Sales teams in attendance.
Our teams will be available to talk about all of the products and services that ChemADVISOR has to offer to assist you in becoming compliant in relevant EHS&T requirements. You can also view product demonstrations of our LOLI database, GCRRs, and our SDS authoring software, EHS-AT.
We look forward to speaking with you at the conference.
ChemADVISOR's Darlene Susa-Anderson reviews Canada's new HPR 2015 regulation.
The final regulations to implement GHS in Canada were issued in February of this year. The regulation is known as the Hazardous Products Regulation (HPR) 2015. The new regulation presents opportunities and challenges to companies who operate in North America. Darlene will review what is new and how HPR 2015 differs from other regulations.
Also, under the auspices of the Regulatory Cooperation Council, Health Canada in cooperation with United States OSHA recently published two useful guidance documents to clarify WHMIS 2015 requirements titled: Guidance on Disclosure of Ingredient Concentrations and Concentration Ranges on Safety Data Sheets and Comparison of Ingredient Concentration Disclosure and CBI Protection Requirements. We are pleased to provide them to you for your reference.
(From the left) Alexis Sumner, Tim Kennedy, Jess & Matt Onyshko, and Ed & Lynne Hartnett attended the 2015 Swing for ALS Golf Outing.