Writing exposure scenarios for your extended safety data sheet

18 October, Etrop Grange Hotel, Manchester, M90 4EG

This is the second in a series of three events focusing on the new requirements under REACH to provide an Exposure Scenario as part of the extended Safety Data Sheet.

Everyone supplying a hazardous substance that has been registered in their supply chain at 10 tonnes or more per year under REACH must now provide an extended safety data sheet to their customers describing Exposure Scenarios (ES) for the substances they supply to formulators and other European downstream users.

During this workshop delegates will learn about the practical steps they need to take in order to extract information from the Chemical Safety Report and then develop their own Exposure Scenario. Topics covered will include:

  • Understand what the exposure scenario needs to contain, and why
  • Learn how to communicate the relevant content of the chemical safety report to your customers
  • Appreciate how to help your customers demonstrate safe use
  • Explore the templates, tools and guidance available for the exposure scenario

To do this we will use a combination of teaching and practical demonstrations. We have an informal style so there will be plenty of opportunity to quiz our experts throughout the day.



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