Free Webinar: UK REACH what should organisations be doing now?
Save your spot on this free webinar – Thursday 11 March, 14:00 (GMT)
UK REACH came into effect on 1 January 2021. UK REACH is a replication of EU REACH, applicable only to Great Britain (GB), with some changes to make it suitable for its market. Organisations who place products on the market in England, Wales or Scotland have obligations under UK REACH but there is still a lot of confusion on what organisations need to do and by when.
In partnership with NCEC, we invite you to this webinar where you will find out what your organisation needs to do to comply with UK REACH and continue to have access to the GB market. NCEC REACH regulation experts will talk you through:
- Who has an obligation to register under UK REACH.
- How to benefit from transitional measures and deferred registration deadlines under UK REACH – grandfathering and downstream user import notifications (DUINs).
- The benefits to non-GB organisations of employing an Only Representative (OR) to address UK REACH obligations on behalf of their customers.
- Outlook and next steps for UK REACH.
Can’t make it?
If you’re not available at the date/time of the webinar, you can still register and NCEC will send you a link to the recording. Remember to include your questions on the registration form and we will endeavour to address these during the course of the webinar.
Chris Hughes – NCEC REACH expert and Principal Regulatory Consultant
Chris has several years’ experience working for a major multinational chemical company on the implementation of REACH, as both a regulatory professional and as an environmental scientist. He has detailed knowledge of the REACH regulation, and supports a diverse range of chemicals and industry associations. He is also experienced in engaging in regulatory evaluation discussions. He previously chaired and currently works as science advisor to the Ecology Group at Concawe, a technical expert group responsible for addressing environmental aspects of REACH for the European refining industry.
Caroline Raine – NCEC Chemical legislation expert and Associate Director – Regulatory
Caroline has several years of experience of interpreting and implementing chemical legislation relating to hazardous chemical substances. Her knowledge and expertise is wide ranging, covering both supply and transport legislation. This experience has been developed whilst working directly in the chemical industry and through consultancy projects. Caroline is a qualified Dangerous Goods Safety Advisor (DGSA) for the transport of hazardous goods by road and rail, and holds a post graduate certificate in REACH management. Her depth of expertise means Caroline is able to help clients understand and manage their regulatory obligations, providing bespoke advice and guidance on specific regulatory matters and how best to comply.