Chemical Regulatory Compliance Training

 In Product Safety, Regulatory Affairs, SDS: Safety Data Sheets, Webinars

By: Kirsten Alcock, Manager of Product Safety, email

Training. Where do you obtain it? What if you have something so specific that training is simply not available?  There are plenty of free webinars available out there but perhaps this is something that cannot be taught in fifteen minutes.

This past week I was asked to provide a webinar for our client with a topic that is specific to their association and their needs. Dell Tech can offer online or on-sight training for companies and associations such as yours. If there is something you want to learn more about but do not have time to do all the research, ask us. It may be something that we specialize in and we can provide clear, concise instructions on the regulations and how they pertain to your product lines.

If, for example,  you have an SDS program already but do not understand the regulations that one is required to know to create them, we can help with this as well. Although SDS authoring systems provide the template format, one still needs to understand the particular regulations that are applicable for your products, how to classify properly for GHS as well as Transportation. SDS authoring systems have algorithms to help with this but in my experience, they are often incorrect and need that human touch and understanding of the regulations to create an SDS that is compliant for the country you are selling to. Let us know what training you are looking for and we can provide a cost-effective solution for your company.

Contact:
Dell Tech
Kirsten Alcock, B.Sc. (Hons) 
Manager, Product Safety Group
519-858-5074
kirsten@delltech.com


Dell Tech has provided professional, confidential consulting services to the chemical specialty industry in Canada, the USA, Europe, and Asia for the last 40 years.

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