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Cancelled: An Introduction to Regulatory Affairs

3 February 2016, London, United Kingdom

Every company working in the chemicals industry must comply with the regulations that affect their business. The course gives you the knowledge you need to work with these regulations. You’ll use that knowledge to improve efficiency, gain confidence within your specialist market and make sure that you know the full impact of the regulatory framework on your business.

Who should attend?
If you are part of a company that deals with speciality chemicals, or uses them regularly, this training is for you. It will be especially relevant if you work in a role that needs regulatory compliance knowledge day-to-day, for example quality assurance, health and safety, formulation or environmental monitoring.

Feedback from those who previously attended this course:
"It was an excellent overview of regulatory affairs"
"Very thorough and pitched at the right level"

Course trainer Mark Selby has worked in regulatory science for nearly 30 years, consulting on chemical supply legislation and gaining valuable insight into the problems facing manufacturing organisations with limited resources and tight schedules. He has been involved in training governmental agencies within Europe and other parts of the world, and currently works with REACHReady.

Ticket Prices
£385 plus VAT
Discounts are available for: EnterprisePlus companies – £275 plus VAT
BACS members – £275 plus VAT
Royal Society of Chemistry members – £325 plus VAT
Royal Society of Chemistry

Science Room, Royal Society of Chemistry, Burlington House, Piccadilly, London, W1J 0BA, United Kingdom

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The British Association for Chemical Specialities (BACS) is a UK-based trade association which represents companies operating in the speciality chemicals sector of the chemicals supply chain. BACS has around 120 members, including multi-national chemical companies, small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) and sole traders.

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