WORKSHOP – MSDS / REACH / CLP NATIONAL REGULATIONS
In a few hours you will learn everything you need to be in accordance with existing directives.
If your company has construction chemicals, cosmetics, car equipment and accessories, consumer products, veterinary medicinal products, school and printing supplies and equipment, as well as chemicals used in chemical, petroleum, pharmaceutical, construction, textile, footwear, food, wood, metal and printing industry etc.
- Venue: Sheraton Zagreb Hotel
- Address: Kneza Borne 2, 10 000 Zagreb
- Date: contact Natašu Sedlar
- Lecturers: Natalija Devetak, mag.ing.chem., Nataša Sedlar, dipl.ing.chem.teh.
The course of the seminar
The seminar / workshop starts at 9.00., coffee break is arranged according to the participants’ whishes while lunch is scheduled at 12.00. After lunch, the participants can ask questions and get answers concerning their individual companies. The seminar ends around 14.30.
Even after the seminar we are at your disposal for all your questions concerning this topic…
The goal of the seminar is to help the participants understand clearly which steps should their company take in order to comply with the Chemicals Act, accompanying regulations and European directives; REACH and CLP.
Upon completion of the seminar you will receive:
- certificate of attendance
- written materials for the seminar, including all laws and regulations
- short guide/instructions on the steps you should take at your workplace the next day to comply with the Chemicals Act, price list and how to present this to your CEO
- examples of properly filled out MSDSs, labels, instructions, registers
Number of participants
Number of participants is limited to 10 participants per seminar / workshop, we strive to achieve interactive atmosphere. According to current estimates, in 2013 and 2014 more than 170 companies attended our seminars successfully.
All participants who attended our seminars organized by Atomium or other companies receive 10% discount.
at least 5 days before the seminar. If a person is unable to attend the seminar, we offer them to attend the seminar at another date.
We try not to be dull and boring, we do not theorize about laws, we offer succinct, clear and accurate information and examples from sanitary inspections.
Laws change. Do you follow them?
Which new requirements must be met by your company after Croatia’s entry into the EU? Which laws and regulations state these requirements?
2. For which products is MSDS legally required and why are they required if you already have European MSDS? Why the MSDSs made before November, 2011 are not valid, how to correct them and do it cheaper? Who is required to submit valid MSDS in Croatia and how to achieve this?
3. Does your company’s warehouse meet the requirements prescribed by the latest regulations from 2014 and which are the latest regulations in this field?
4. Do you have to hire a person responsible for chemicals with a secondary or even higher education depending on the products stored or sold by your company and which piece of legislation refers to this? What changed in the legislation from 2013 to 2014?
5. Why is liquid hand soap considered a cosmetic product, while antimicrobial liquid hand soap is considered a biocide and which documents are needed for both products? What is the cost of biocides registration and why should you be careful when importing mosquito repellents?
6. Which inspection is entitled to visit you and what can they look for? How to successfully handle these situations?
7. Which records are you required to keep, who should keep them, how to fill them out, to whom and when to send them, and who is entitled to see them?
8. Which information should the label of detergents or aerosols contain but MSDS for the same product does not have to and which are the most common mistakes in labels and instructions? What is the legally prescribed size of pictograms in relation to the size of the label?
9. What does this REACH Directive have to do with your business anyway and what can you briefly say about REACH and CLP to your Director? What is a REACH registration number, where can it be found and what does its presence or absence mean for your product?
10. What are the penalties and how to avoid them in the field of sanitary inspection and the Chemicals Act? How to get accurate and correct information in compliance with the law?
- consulting on import, storage and use of chemical products and hazardous substances
- making Material Safety Data Sheets, labels and instructions for chemical products in accordance with the latest European CLP Regulation and complying with the latest applicable laws of the Republic of Croatia
- preparing studies for registration of biocidal products in the register of biocidal substances
- preparing studies for obtaining licenses for import / sale / use of dangerous chemicals
- education on legislation and obligations of importers / manufacturers / users of chemicals
- representing clients during inspections
- advising clients in addressing deficiencies found during the inspection