Classification and labelling training courses

Applicable since 2009, the CLP European regulation (no. 1272/2008) describes classification, labelling and packaging procedures for substances and mixtures, amending and repealing directives 67/548/EEC (DSD) and 1999/45/EC (DPD). It therefore introduces new rules, new terms describing hazards and new symbols.

With experience in educating a variety of audiences and practical knowledge of the CLP regulation, EquiTox offers you support in training your teams.

1- Classification and Labelling training courses
CLP regulation
If you need to gain better understanding of the CLP regulation, familiarise yourself with your obligations regarding substances and mixtures, identify the differences between the old and the new system, we provide training courses ranging from an introduction to the regulation to practical case studies on substances and mixtures.
Classification and labelling principles
You are confronted with two coexisting classification systems. You must comprehend the differences between the old and the new classification and labelling system: vocabulary, definition of hazards, classification criteria, label structure. If you wish to inform and raise you employees’ awareness of these evolutions, we offer to train them and assist you with this change process.
C&L notification
Since 3rd January 2011, manufacturers and importers are obliged to notify the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) of the classification and labelling of the hazardous substances they place on the market. If you are not yet familiar with this approach, we support you by training you in this procedure and the tools necessary for the C&L notification (Bulk notification, IUCLID, REACh-IT).
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