CHCS CHEMICAL HAZARDS CONSULTANTS
Some current CHCS members have indicated that they offer Consultancy Services in the Chemical Hazard Communication area. Some may also offer services in other areas.
Applying To Be Listed As A Consultant
If you are a CHCS member and wish to apply to be listed, please visit our CHCS Consultant Application page and complete the form.
To Search The List
Click on one or more of the "Specialities" listed below and select one or more of the "Regions". Then click on the "SEARCH" box at the bottom of the page. If we have Consultants listed that match your search criteria, the page will display the name of the organisation and CHCS member's name, plus the list of specialities that they offer and a brief description. To display the Consultants' contact details click on the link shown on the Organisation name, then scroll down to the "CHCS CONSULTANTS" section.
Consultants In USA
Our colleagues at the Society for Chemical Hazard Communications (SCHC) also provide a register of Consultants. Please visit our SCHC page.
Poison Centre Portal ReleasedThe European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) have released the long awaited poison centre portal. The portal will allow notifications under Annex VIII of CLP to be made in the new harmonised format. The portal will be used by both, notifiers (industry) and Member State appointed bodies.
CHCS Members can read more on the CHCS News Briefings page. [Posted on 11 May 2019]
CHCS April 2019 Newsletter now published Articles include: CHCS preparing training for REACH in case of No-Deal Brexit, Latest Brexit News on REACH, US statement to the WTO asking the EC to postpone the harmonised classifications of titanium dioxide and cobalt, New CHCS Training Modules: "Chemical Regulation, Asia-Pacific" and "COMAH / Seveso III".
CHCS Members can download the full Newsletter from the Member Only pages of this website. [Posted on 29 Apr 2019]
HSE Consultation on revision of Workplace Exposure Limits (WELs) for a range of carcinogens
The Health and Safety Executive is consulting on revision of Workplace Exposure Limits (WELs) for a range of carcinogens. The workplace exposure limits are implemented to help protect workers from the ill-health effects of exposure to hazardous substances in the workplace.
CHCS Members can read more on the CHCS News Briefings page. [Posted on 24 Apr 2019]
News Briefings Summary
CHCS Members can read more on the CHCS News Briefings page.
26 July 2018 - CHCS Labelling Competition
Have you overcome a tricky labelling problem? Are you labelling a small or awkwardly shaped package, printing on a difficult surface, or have overcome another problem?
Are you proud of your label designs that make it easier for customers to read and understand your labels?
CHCS Members can enter our new competition. For more details please visit: CHCS Labelling Competition.
9 July 2018 - CHCS Needs Your Help!
CHCS has a number of vacancies on our committees and are looking for volunteers to fill them. For more information please see: CHCS Vacancies.
Next 3 CHCS Training Courses:
For a full list of our CHCS Training Courses, please visit our Training page.
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HOW TO JOIN CHCS
CHCS Membership is open to any person with an interest in chemical hazard communications. You can join by completing the simple on-line form at Join CHCS. Membership is currently £85.00 (+ £17.00 VAT where applicable; a total of £102.00).