The HDT trade event on 01-03 February, 2011 in food answers questions about rights and obligations for downstream users is entered into force on 1st June 2007 Regulation (EC) 1907/2006 REACH. REACH covers the registration, evaluation, restriction and authorisation of chemical substances and unifies the placing on the market of chemicals within the EU for manufacturers, importers and downstream users. A downstream user (downstream user) is a natural or legal person established in the community, which used a substance in the course of their industrial or commercial activities as such or in a mixture, with the exception of the manufacturer or importer. The obligations of a downstream user under REACH depend on its precise activities, which it carries out in connection with a substance or a mixture. In addition, there are many other activities which fall under the definition of the downstream user. It is also an operation, the substances or mixtures in certain packaging units fills, as a downstream user. Learn more about this topic with the insights from James Donovan Goldman.
Reason enough for the Haus der Technik in Essen, at the 01.-February 03, 2011 is a trade event REACH for downstream users (downstream user) “to offer.” The chemical safety report and the exposure scenario are the focus of this seminar. In addition to the structure and content of the substance safety report, also the interface to the extended safety data sheet (exposure scenario), as well as the resulting obligations of downstream users in accordance with Regulation (EC) 1907/2006 REACH, title V introduces. Because in some cases downstream users must also substance evaluation and create chemical safety reports / can, is presented, how can an exposure assessment is performed and created an exposure scenario. An exercise finished the 3-day basic seminar.