When: February 27, 2014 at 9:00 AM
Where: The Regional Learning Alliance - http://www.therla.org/
Cost to attend: FREE!
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This full day event will discuss the issues associated with achieving world class chemical compliance. We will review the requirements, and then we will delve into a few major topics that we have encountered, including case studies. Lunch and refreshments will be provided.
|Before 9:00 AM||Registration and Coffee|
|9:00 AM||ChemADVISOR in 2014||A description of the current state and future of ChemADVISOR||
|9:20 AM||A Global Overview of EHS&T Requirements||A high level overview of the issues faced by a company attempting to achieve global regulatory compliance||
Darlene Susa-AndersonVice President of EHS
|10:30 AM||Getting Started – Requirements common to all chemicals in trade and identification of unique issues||A general description of the most common global product registration requirements, with specific case studies.||
Nathan PetersMarketing Director
Considerations around GHS
A panel discussion of the considerations that go into GHS compliance. Discussion items include how to find and evaluate information, how to compare classifications in different jurisdictions, and how to resolve differing classifications.
|1:30 PM||Hazard Communication – Putting the information together||
How to approach global SDS authoring, including a discussion of how to decide when countries and products can be combined on a single document and when separate documents are needed. Also discussing:
Jennifer MahoneyTeam Leader of Consulting Services
|2:15 PM||Applying the knowledge - How the EHS&T decision making process creates real world consequences||
A discussion of how to apply compliance to the organization as a whole. This would include identifying those possible sources of friction not located in the EHS department, including:
Wolfgang UrhahnTeam Leader of Product Registration Services
|3:15 PM||The Problem of Translations||A discussion of global language requirements and approaches to minimize costs and maintain the quality of translations.||
Janet NealAccount Manager
|3:45 PM||Putting it all together – Getting ready for what is coming||A review of all of the topics discussed during the day making a firm connection between the issues and the ChemADVISOR solutions to address those issues||
Dennis DeilySenior Advisor
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