EU CLP Regulation *Webinar*
The CLP Regulation, Article 46, on Enforcement and Reporting, states that “Member States shall take all necessary measures, including maintaining a system of official controls, to ensure that substances and mixtures are not placed on the market, unless they have been classified, labelled, notified and packaged in accordance with this Regulation”. Generally speaking, companies shall classify substances or mixtures, submit C&L notifications to ECHA, and label and package their products in accordance with the CLP regulation. CLP compliant Safety Data Sheet containing the CLP classification and labelling shall also be prepared and communicated to downstream users. The webinar covers the classification of mixtures and how information on their safe use can be communicated in the supply chain. It aims to help formulators and importers understand and implement their obligations according to the REACH and CLP regulations relating to mixtures.
Agenda1. What is the CLP Regulation?
2. Obligations for suppliers of mixtures
3. Principles of mixture classification
4. Communicating safe use information on mixtures – SDS and e-SDS, labels
6. Mixtures classification examples
Who should attendAnyone with a responsibility for and/or interest in placing substances and mixtures on EU market including:
- Producers and Importers into EU
- Occupational Hygienists
- Product Safety Specialists or Consultants
Length: 2:30 minSystem Requirements
PaedDr. Alena Pilvanova, REACH, BPR and CLP expert
Start of the webinar: 9:00 EDT (Eastern Daylight Time)