Module 80, UK REACH & GB CLP Practicalities: Linking UK and EU Processes (80.002)

  • 07 April 2021
  • 08 April 2021
  • 2 sessions
  • 07 April 2021, 09:15 12:45 (UTC+01:00)
  • 08 April 2021, 09:15 12:45 (UTC+01:00)
  • This Module will be delivered, online, as two, live morning sessions, as detailed.
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Module 80
UK REACH & GB CLP Practicalities: Linking UK and EU Processes


Objective

Although the UK and EU will maintain virtually parallel systems in terms of terminology and technical standards, there are issues with regard to responsibility in the supply chain, especially if supplying the UK and EU through hubs in the UK or EU.

The two half-day sessions cover both the issues that have arisen as a result of the UK exit from the EU and the new relations between EU and UK Regulations (and of course, not forgetting Northern Ireland).

A number of Regulations relating to chemical supply are impacted by the UK exit from the EU and although the principles and content of the Regulations remain the same in both regulatory frameworks, there are many organisers who are considered as importers and exporters and have respective responsibilities.

As well as REACH Registration and formatting of SDS and Labelling, other Regulations impacted include CLP, Biocides, Cosmetics, Plant Protection, etc.

The first step for all those involved in production and supply of chemical products is to establish their position in the supply chain to determine their own responsibilities. In the early days, there will be confusion in the market as to the respective roles, but supply line mapping is crucial.

Once supply lines and responsibilities are understood, it will be necessary to look at the detail for REACH Registration (e.g. GB Grandfathering) and labelling (address of suppliers?) and so on. Ultimately, there may be a need for new UK Registrations to be considered.

The objective of these sessions is to ensure that the UK importer / supplier understands their position in the supply line and acts accordingly to comply with UK Regulations and to help their EU customers comply with EU Regulations when exporting.


Sample Proramme

Session 1
Mapping Supply Lines And Understanding Obligations In The UK And EU

The UK Position In Europe – Introduction And Overview

History and background

Impacted Regulations (REACH, CLP, Biocides, Cosmetics etc)

Supply lines and options

Responsibilities of those in the supply chain

Appointing EU Representatives

Initial UK Requirements For REACH & CLP

Grandfathering of EU Registrations and UK Gateway for submission

Downstream User Import Notification (DUIN)

Supporting customers in Europe supplying onwards to EU/UK

UK /EU compliance for labelling and SDS


The Future?

Potential for divergence

Similar regimes evolving globally (e.g. Turkey, Russia)

Future global standards?

Session 2
Practicalities For Compliance

UK Registration System

New suppliers - Inquiries and PPORDs

Eventual full registration and agreeing on Lead Registrant and data sharing


Labelling and SDS

Biocides

Cosmetics

Responsibilities and contact details

Supplying UK and EU (languages?)

Poison Centre Notifications


Working with EU ORs / Agents/ Distributors

What are obligations of difference parties?

Who can do what?

How to optimise your relationship

Work that can be done yourself

Module Tutor

The training will be given by Mark Selby of Denehurst Chemical Safety Ltd. Mark had many years’ experience in industry and major testing laboratories before setting up his own consulting business. www.denehurst.co.uk.

Module Presentation

We will deliver this training using online training software, which we have used successfully for other CHCS training courses. You can use the software, free-of-charge on Windows, Macs, smartphones and tablets.

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