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Feb 12, 2020
  • Training Event

European Classification and Labelling: CLP Regulation

Need a better understanding of the legal requirements for classifying and labelling substances and mixtures under the EU’s CLP Regulation? Learn a practical approach in our course.

Stacks of barrels containing chemicals superimposed with safety hazard icons for European classification and labelling
  • Training Event

Course summary

This practical 1-day training course has been specifically designed to provide you with a comprehensive overview of the legal requirements of, and practical approach to, classifying and labelling substances and mixtures in accordance with Regulation (EU) 1272/2008 — also known as the Classification, Labelling and Packaging (CLP) Regulation.

Benefits of attending

You will benefit from a detailed review of the principles of classification and labelling in the CLP regulation. The interactive nature of the course will enable you to apply your newly-gained knowledge to practical examples and exercises.

Once equipped with this knowledge and understanding of the legislation, both you and your company will be able to approach the classification and labelling process with clarity and confidence.

Who should attend?

This course has been created specifically for individuals with a requirement to understand the principles of EU classification and labelling and the practical approach to determining the hazards and label requirements for chemical products.

You may already have some knowledge of classification and labelling that you wish to build upon, or may be relatively new and inexperienced to the process. This structured interactive approach from our experienced regulatory specialists can be beneficial to all experience levels.

If you are also involved in SDS authoring, this course can be booked in conjunction with our EU SDS Authoring course, which takes place on the following day in both Pittsburgh and Nottingham respectively.

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