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Measuring up for REACH – LGC to host November 2010 seminar to advise on compliance

02 Aug 2010

Free half-day REACH and CLP compliance event to be held at LGC’s Teddington site on 4 November 2010

Are you looking for more advice on REACH (Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals) and CLP compliance? Do you want to know how chemical and bioanalytical measurements can help you satisfy the regulations? If yes, come and find out more at a free lunchtime and afternoon event on 4 November 2010. The event is funded by the UK National Measurement Office and will be hosted at LGC headquarters in Teddington by the Government Chemist in partnership with the Chemical Hazards Communication Society.

As well as scientists working in industry, SMEs and Public Analysts, the afternoon is designed to meet the needs and concerns of those working in and with businesses to make use of chemical and bioanalytical measurements. Advice on laboratory best practice, scientific issues, reporting and consistent data presentation will help toward the progression of REACH dossiers, successful CLP notifications, robust safety data sheets and effective regulatory enforcement.

This half-day event will be held between 12.00 pm and 3.30 pm on Thursday 4 November at LGC, Teddington, South West London.

To reserve your place at this event, please contact John Francis at email:  or tel: +44 (0)20 8943 7403.

LGC has a respected track record in characterising industrial chemicals, and has supplied specialist support for REACH training projects in Poland and Bulgaria. LGC was also closely involved with the development and delivery of a pioneering postgraduate course in REACH management provided by the University of Hull.