Global Business Briefing – September 2015
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Top articles from this month's issue
- We kick off a new series asking the question What’s REACH achieved? – the first article looks at whether safety data sheets have become more accurate and useful since the introduction of REACH
- Following on from our electronics focus, we look into the construction sector, reporting on the chemical disclosure obligations included in ‘green’ building standards
- BASF’s senior vice president of product safety, Martin Kayser, answers questions, posed by Chemical Watch, on the Strategic Approach to International Chemicals Management (Saicm)
- Taking on our NGO platform this month, the Danish Ecological Council calls for more transparency and better regulation for nanomaterials
- And with the fourth International Conference on Chemicals Management (ICCM4) coming up, we invite the president of the conference, Dr Richard Lesarian Lesiyampe to provide some background and insight
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Contents of this month's Briefing
- Spotlight on safety data sheets
- Understanding nanosafety
- Advancing international chemicals management
- Guest column – ICCM president
- In the news
- Building transparency
- Green chemistry: a way out of the economic crisis?
- GHS: company challenges and opportunities
- Using a company subsidiary as an OR
- Calling for increased nano transparency
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