Training and workshops

We organise regulatory trainings and workshops on demand:

  • In English, Dutch or Spanish
  • On your location, in our office, or online via HD video conferencing
  • Always customised to your organisation

Contact us for a training on a topic that is of interest to you, or request one of our popular workshops.

Everyone has learned a lot and there is certainly work to be done!

– Willemien Veele
Coordinator Circulair Plastics at the Circular Friesland Association

REACH for SMEs

  • Concise overview of REACH requirements throughout product supply chain
  • Identification of your regulatory obligations
  • Specific focus on downstream hazard communication
  • Additional modules: nanomaterials, polymers and recovered substances (recycling)
  • No prior knowledge of chemicals regulation required
I enjoyed the exercises the most since it gave everyone the opportunity to implement the calculations into practice.


– Alicia Dang
Chemist at Lubrication Technologies Inc.

Manager’s introduction to CLP

  • Identification of your regulatory obligations
  • Product classification principles without toxicological jargon
  • Clear product labelling and packaging instructions
  • Up-to-date advice regarding Poison Centre Notification
  • Additional modules: labelling of detergents, biocidal products and treated articles
  • No prior knowledge of chemicals regulation required
In general, I think the presentations were well tailored to our level of current knowledge.


– Steve Dossett
Analytical Chemist at Lubrication Technologies Inc.

BPR in a nutshell

  • Practical outlook on BPR
  • Application process in detail: actve substance approval, Union / national authorisation, mutual recognition, Article 95 inclusion
  • In-depth discussion of concepts: Biocidal Product Family, Same Biocidal Product and Technical Equivalence
  • Additional modules: Review Program and transitional law
  • No prior knowledge of chemicals regulation required

A diverse group of participants was guided successfully through the complex and difficult matter.

– John Kramer
Director at WAYS Europe

Supplier SDS checklist

  • Centred on your specific REACH responsibilities as a downstream user
  • Clarification of SDS sections and (toxicological) jargon
  • Identification of basic indicators of SDS quality
  • Identification of risk measures and/or exposure scenarios applicable to your activities
  • Additional modules: Safety Data Sheets for mixtures, inclusion of safe use information in your SDSs
  • No prior knowledge of chemicals regulation required