Business Consultant UK


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Lisam Systems is one of the leading providers of safety data sheet (SDS) authoring software to a global client base of more than 1400 companies. Worldwide, the company has offices and representation in the UK, Belgium, France, Germany, Poland, Switzerland, Romania, Turkey, United States, Canada, Brazil, India and Singapore. Lisam's market leading software ExESS® creates, manages and distributes CLP (GHS) compliant SDS and labels for all major commercial markets, they also provide IT solutions for Chemical Management, Inventory Management, Volume Tracking and Safety Management. They are one of the top 10 global IT providers within their field of expertise with a wide range of clientele varying from SME’s to multi-national conglomerates.

Following rapid growth, including a recent competitor acquisition and further expansion, the UK office are now seeking a candidate with sound knowledge of the Chemical and Petrochemical industry to join their global team based in the North East of England.

Lisam require a Business Consultant to help existing and prospective clients reform their operations and support their business by providing intuitive, knowledgeable and expert guidance. The successful candidate will be based within our UK team and will have a strong understanding of the regulatory requirements for the supply of dangerous goods, sound knowledge of Reach, and CLP/GHS being essential. Those currently working as a Regulatory Affairs Officer or Dangerous Goods Adviser or anybody with experience of authoring Safety Datasheets would be of immediate interest.

Areas of responsibility to include

  • Software system project implementation
  • Supporting existing clients in all aspects of regulatory requirements
  • Supporting existing clients with software use
  • Providing a high standard of software training
  • High level software demonstrations to large multinational companies
  • Attending technical meetings and creating client specific programmes of work
  • Responding to software users’ feedback, relaying to the software development team and testing software enhancements

The role requires duties to be carried out remotely from our offices in Hartlepool and on-site dependent upon client requirements. The position involves travel throughout the UK with initial training being carried out within the UK and Europe. Overnight stays away from home are a requirement.

The position comes with a generous starting salary + bonus, company car, phone, laptop and company credit card. Apply in the first instance with a CV to


20 August 2018 - Publication of open consultation: "Carriage of dangerous goods and use of transportable pressure equipment: reference changes" 

The UK Department for Transport has published a consultation, that deals with the necessary reference amendments, as a result of the UK leaving the EU to the dangerous and pressure equipment transport regulations. The regulations are the Carriage of Dangerous Goods and Use of Transportable Pressure Equipment Regulations 2009 (CDG 2009). 


CHCS Members can read more on the CHCS News Briefings page.

13 August 2018 - The Fall Meeting of the US-based Society for Chemical Hazard Communication (SCHC) is now open for registrations.

We've updated our SCHC web page with the list of courses available. For more information, please see our SCHC page.

13 August 2018 - ** New ** CHCS Training Dates for 2019

We've now published dates, up to May 2019, for our ever-popular, modular training courses

For full details, please visit our Training page.

26 July 2018 - REACH or CLP regulatory measures proposed for persistent, mobile and toxic (PMT/vPvM) substances

CHCS Members can read more on the CHCS News Briefings page.

26 July 2018 - Guide for European Product Categorisation System published

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.

11 July 2018 - DfT & GHS Stakeholder Meetings

We have published a new News Briefing which looks at the papers discussed at a recent meetings hosted by DfT and HSE for the development of the UN Model Recommendations and the GHS. Topics discussed include: Transport, GHS & CLP. 

Members can read more on the CHCS News Briefings page.

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.

6 July 2018 - HSE provide a "Chemicals" EU Exit web page.

Members can read more on the CHCS News Briefings page.

13 May 2018 - CHCS 24th AGM & 7th Annual Lectures

We are pleased to announce that we have set the date for the 2018 CHCS AGM & 7th Annual Lectures: Wednesday 14th November, Loughborough.

CHCS Members can register, free-of-charge, at: CHCS 24th AGM & 7th Annual Lectures. We will be releasing more details about the program later in the year. 

As at previous events, we will be hosting an exhibition of products of services of interest to our members. If you would like to find out more about exhibiting / sponsoring the event, please contact the CHCS Office

Next 3 CHCS Training Courses:

For a full list of our CHCS Training Courses, please visit our Training page. 


  • 14 November 2018 09:00
    The Turing Room, Holywell Park Conference Centre, Holywell Way, Loughborough University Science and Enterprise Park, Loughborough, LE11 3GR


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 £78 (+ £15.60 VAT where applicable; a total of £93.60).  

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