Risk Assessment training courses

REACh imposes verification that the substances are produced and used without any risk to man and the environment. Risk assessment is now an essential stage for any substance presenting a hazard and placed on the market in quantities of more than 10 T/year. The industry must therefore be thoroughly familiar with this process in terms of cost, deadlines and constraints prior to any commercialisation.
These risk assessment methods can also apply to other regulatory contexts (Biocide) or as part of development strategies on new markets or the qualification of raw materials.

EquiTox proposes training courses based on its experience in conducting numerous regulatory risk assessments and the instructive presentation of results to a variety of audiences.

1- Risk Assessment training courses
Risk assessment, from major principles to actual examples
If you need to understand what risk assessment consists of and introduce its major stages and constraints (costs, deadlines, result interpretation) to technical or management teams, we provide training courses ranging from an introduction to risk assessment to practical case studies.
Hazard analysis as part of the risk assessment process
We explain to you how to use hazard data to establish doses/concentrations without affecting people and the environment (DNEL/AEL/PNEC etc.), and how to define testing strategies to optimise these values and improve the risk assessment process.
Quantifying exposure as part of the risk assessment process
Human (worker, consumer) and environmental exposure (water, sediments, soil etc.) to chemical substances must be quantified to conclusively assess the risk. After a presentation of the guiding principles governing the exposure to chemical substances, we will raise your awareness of the tools commonly used for regulatory purposes via practical cases, focusing on how to handle these tools (EUSES, ECETOC TRA, ART, Riskofderm, CHESAR etc.).
REACh: drafting of the Chemical Safety Report (CSR)
The drafting of the CSR is governed by extremely specific rules enabling the authorities to check that the risk assessment has been conducted in accordance with REACh requirements. We will present to you these mandatory chapters while showing you how to complete them.
CHESAR: an official risk assessment and CSR production tool
CHESAR is the application developed by ECHA to carry out regulatory risk assessments. We will present to you the basic principles and functioning of CHESAR, illustrated via a case study.
What are the consequences of risk assessments?
Your assessment reveals an uncontrolled risk for man or the environment: How to refine this risk assessment? How to communicate the results of the assessment (CSR, extended SDSs etc.)? What management measures can be taken? What are the consequences for your customers? We answer your questions and illustrate them by way of examples.
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