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Sep 13, 2022
  • Webinar

Chemical Regulatory Updates for Apparel and Footwear

Access global markets with apparel, textiles, footwear and leather articles that are compliant with chemical regulations. Learn about the latest regulatory updates with UL Solutions.

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Date & Time


Sep 13, 2022 4:00pm CEST


5:00pm CEST



The fashion manufacturing process uses many chemicals, and the rules governing these chemicals often change. Because legislation continuously implements new rules to help regulate the use of chemical substances, it can be difficult for manufacturers to keep up.

UL Solutions’ chemistry experts offer a deep knowledge of key global regulations and help you stay on top of regulatory changes and updates to launch compliant product on your target markets.

Why should you join the training?

Join us to learn more about:

  • The latest key global chemical regulatory updates
  • The role of a restricted substances list (RSL) and benefits for your business
  • How UL Solutions can help

Language: English

Silvia Lai, global technical and regulatory manager
Judith Haber, chemistry expert

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