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A special deal for International Occupational Hygiene Association members

Welcome to members of IOHA national associations. We are very pleased to offer you a special introductory package through our work with the IOHA board to promote and support the industrial hygiene profession.

The package offers 20% off the first year’s subscription to our new Chemical Risk Manager site for those who belong to one of IOHA’s 34 member associations. We are also happy to negotiate, on application, access to any of our associated products.

Chemical Risk Manager is designed specifically to support professionals managing risks of chemicals in the workplace, through the supply chain, and in products. It offers news and resources to ensure you have what you need to get the job done as effectively as possible.

Chemical Risk Manager is structured to track compliance and safety managers’ duties from science and testing, data submission, supply chain communication, occupational health and the needs of downstream customers. By having everything in one place, we help to avoid silo mentalities, save your time and provide a cost-effective investment for regulatory compliance, occupational health and chemical safety teams.


CRM provides in depth coverage of methods to identify and assess hazard properties of chemicals and mixtures, including alternatives to animal testing. By talking to experts in the field of human health and environmental endpoints, CRM is able to deliver articles that help practitioners understand the implications of important new developments in toxicology. CRM also interprets the results and conclusions of key scientific studies relevant to those managing chemical risks.


Once risks have been characterised, it is important that safe use information is communicated from suppliers of substances and formulations to their customers. Knowing exactly what the risks are, how chemicals should be used safely, and any risks managed, is a top priority for any company - especially when those substances are hazardous. CRM sits at the heart of the latest developments in communication around exposure scenarios. It helps risk managers get up to speed on tools and approaches that aim to harmonise and standardise this communication - with the ultimate objective of minimising risks through the supply chain.


CRM shines a light on the fast-evolving area of exposure assessment - looking at what is possible in terms of controlling chemical exposures to mitigate risk. It helps risk managers stay up-to-date on the latest developments in monitoring, measurement and modelling of the chemicals humans and the environment are exposed to.


Well established processes control chemical risks in the workplace. However, the prevalence of REACH data, the emergence of new safety data sheets and growing concern about the incidence of occupational diseases, including cancer and sensitisation, is placing renewed pressures on companies to ensure they follow best possible practice. CRM provides the latest information and resources, supporting the critical work done by occupational hygiene and health specialists.


CRM describes how different countries and regions deal with chemical risks through both regulatory and voluntary approaches. It provides examples of best practice when it comes to combining all the information on hazards and exposure to determine and characterise risk.


Companies purchasing chemical products down the supply chain are playing an increasingly important role in the management of chemical risks. Whether they are reacting to NGO campaigns, customer pressure, or taking their own initiative, they are looking for sound information on chemicals of concern so they can manage or avoid associated risks. CRM helps these companies by flagging up regulatory and voluntary activities, along with potential liabilities. It provides access to the latest tools for testing and tracking substances of concern in products.

Data Submission

As demand to collect and submit data relating to chemical safety grows, CRM provides valuable intelligence on the world’s leading regimes, including: REACH IT and Iuclid in Europe; and eCDR (electronic chemical data reporting) in the US, and California’s Proposition 65 data submission process. CRM also provides information on how to submit data in other countries, like China, Japan, South Korea and Taiwan, and for sector regimes, including cosmetics and biocides.

Unsure how to respond to low quality SDSs from your suppliers? Unsure whether your own SDSs have the right information presented in the right way?

CRM provides news and resources in the key areas of concern, including assessment of mixtures, exposure scenarios and sector-specific issues.

Do you submit risk assessment information to regulators?

CRM will let you know when key IT systems (Iuclid, Chesar, eCDRweb, CHEMIST) are updated and what the changes mean for users.

Need to know which regulatory data to use when implementing worker protection measures?

Many organisations are currently struggling to determine when they should use chemicals legislation reference values, such as REACH Dnels, and when they should use occupational health reference values, such as OELs. CRM helps you protect your employees properly by providing the most recent information on this topic, as well as best practice case studies.

Do you commission testing laboratories to produce hazard data for regulatory compliance?

CRM will let you know when OECD test guidelines change. It will also cover the testing laboratory industry, including key issues such as availability, turnaround and pricing.

Unsure about exactly what chemical substances are in the complex articles you sell and the risks they might pose?

Some organisations deal with hundreds of products, each comprising many diverse components with long and complicated supply chains. CRM will talk to the industry-leading retailers and manufacturers of complex articles to find out how they are overcoming this challenge.

CRM speaks to the people implementing policy in their day-to-day work to find out what the practical challenges are and how people are overcoming them. It brings together in one place everything you need to make your daily tasks as quick and straightforward as possible.

Mitigating business risk

Your organisation holds a corporate responsibility to minimise the chances that chemical products that your company buys, makes, sells and uses have unforeseen, unintended adverse effects to human health or the environment. Where such adverse effects arise they can severely damage a company’s brand reputation and impact financially in terms of worker health, product liability, recall costs and litigation.

Giving your teams the right tools for the job

For your teams to do their jobs effectively they need:
the right intelligence;
the right tools.

Helping your organisation keep pace

Scientific understanding, societal demands, market dynamics, politics and regulation are all changing at an unprecedentedly fast pace. The result? Complex interactions that only a global team, one dedicated to gathering the best information, can reliably track. The Chemical Risk Manager editorial team does exactly that, on behalf of your organisation.

Minimising effects of attrition

Your team-members are always changing – staff move between organisations, are made redundant, retire, or are given new priorities. In the process, valuable expertise can be lost and is difficult to retrieve. Chemical Risk Manager ensures that staff teams across the world are talking the same language, are aware of the same issues and have access to the same resources.

Providing the full, 360-degree view

Whatever your team's qualifications, managing chemical risks requires a multidisciplinary mix of several sciences, economics, politics and sociological understanding. Chemical Risk Manager helps your team build a wider understanding of interrelated factors, issues and effects.

Giving you the competitive edge

CRM gives your organisation the intelligence it needs to stay ahead of the competition.

A sound business investment

Our multiple subscription deal - for anything from 1-5 users to full, corporate wide access - represent a cost-effective investment for company. CRM provides your regulatory compliance, occupational health, chemical safety teams with a cloud-based, actively maintained source of news and resources, unaffected by organisational change.

£1,274.40 | $1,973.60£1,057.00 | $1,697.00

The above package represents 20% off the first year’s subscription to our new Chemical Risk Manager site for those who belong to one of IOHA’s 34 member associations.

We are also happy to negotiate, on application, access to any of our associated products. For details of our competitive team and corporate-wide subscription offers, contact our sales team at or by calling +44(0)1743 818292.

Sign up for a free two week trial to Chemical Risk Manager to view a selection of content and start receiving the Chemical Risk Manager news alert (which will continue, beyond the end of your trial, giving access to regular free content).

If you would prefer to examine the full, unrestricted product we can arrange an online demonstration or provide you with temporary subscriber access to Chemical Risk Manager by arrangement.