9-10 November: 2-Days course on the exposure modelling in the REACH regulation

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On 9 and 10 November 2020 the Occupational Health and Environment Department of Unisanté, the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), and the occupational hygiene company TOXPro, have set up a two-day-training to support companies in their efforts to comply with REACH directives regarding the chemical risk assessment.

Through role-playing and exercises encouraging the use of different tools, this training intends to:
• Explain the REACH regulatory framework.
• Become familiar with the modelling tools.
• Provide an approach on how to select an appropriate tool for a given set of exposure conditions.
• Better interpret results generated by exposure assessment models.

The training is intended for all persons involved in REACH compliance: company managers, site managers, HSE managers, regulatory affairs managers, production managers, technical managers, R&D managers, toxicologists, occupational hygienists, safety managers, occupational physicians and any member of staff of the occupational health and safety services.

More information on the event can be found here.

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