Practical Implementation

Requirements in the interplay between public authorities and industry search for GHS compliant and yet economically viable solutions, developed in these months. The experiences from current projects both large corporations and SMEs show that just the far-reaching implications for the implementation of GHS are underestimated. The dialogue between industry and authorities is all the more important. To promote this dialogue and to promote the implementation of the GHS regulation, leading the 3rd annual ‘ globally harmonized system’ the Chem Academy from 12 to 14 September 2011 in Cologne together concerned representatives from industry and authorities. Experts in the fields of chemical law, product safety and dangerous goods Advisor discuss how the CLP/GHS regulation can be implemented in economically viable and safe way. Papers from the practice of authorities and leading enterprises such as the BAuA, Federal Ministry of labour and Social Affairs, 3 M, BASF polyurethanes, Evonik Degussa, Schenker, Clariant, and many more provide answers to key questions with regard to the coordination of international activities of the GHS, as well as their interactions with REACH. A series of posts devoted to the regulatory requirements for a GHS and CLP/GHS regulation. While the procedure for the classification of physical hazards is illuminated as well as the impact of the CLP regulation on various areas of law.

The participants know what stumbling blocks the BAuA in the implementation of the GHS looks and how the monitoring of the CLP regulation in the federal system. An interactive workshop is headed by Dr. Norbert Muller, Schenker AG, on the third day following the Conference programme. The workshop focuses on one aspect, which is threatening to go down and raises numerous practical problems: the coordination of requirements for dangerous goods, hazardous substance and GHS. The participants here find approaches for consistent solutions. For more information and the current program see: of description ghs the Chem Academy organized world-class meetings,. Conferences and workshops on topical issues in the chemical industry. The events are characterized by a high degree of practical relevance and experienced speakers from science and practice. PR contact: Chem-Academy, organiser AG Stephan Mayer Hauptstrasse 54 8280 Kreuzlingen Tel: 0041-71-677 87 03 E-Mail: Web:

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