|Date||13 December 2018|
|Title||CHCS Training “The Extended SDS - Understanding Exposure Scenarios” (Module 20)|
|Organiser||Chemical Hazards Communication Society (CHCS)|
|Location||Manchester, United Kingdom|
When hazardous substances are registered under REACH, it is necessary to make an assessment of risk for known uses of the substance and resulting mixtures to ensure that the uses for which are ‘suitable’ and risk can be managed. As part of this, exposure estimates resulting from scenarios of use are part of the chemical safety report (CSR) and the results of the CSR need to be communicated onwards to downstream users.
The SDS is the primary tool for communication and it is now necessary to identify these uses and describe the scenarios of use that have been considered when registering substances. This extended SDS is now required for registered hazardous substances and as they filter down the supply line, the findings will need to be taken into account by those preparing mixtures.
The exposure scenario (ES) for each of the uses identified in Section 1 of the SDS therefore needs to be part of the extended SDS and needs to be readable and relevant for the anticipated users (customers). The level of detail will reflect the degree of hazard and the knowledge of the recipient.
This one-day course aims to cover the principles of exposure assessment and the extended SDS, linking the technical concepts covered in Module 53 with regulatory and practical requirements. By responding to feedback to give more time to this topic, some of the data and scientific issues have been moved to Module 53 thus allowing Module 20 to include more in depth examination of example ES and a chance to prepare parts of the ES using CSRs or other sources of information.
Location is Novotel Manchester Centre Hotel