H2 Compliance announces a Chemical Management Issues in a Global Marketplace training course this September in Chicago USA.

A two day training event taking place in Chicago on the 17th&18th September 2013.

The following topics will be covered

SVHC’s,REACH Registration & Authorisation

WEEE,RoHS and software solutions

European REACH, CLP, SDS and SVHCs in Articles

New US requirements such as GHS and Conflict Minerals

These workshops are for companies that manufacture and export substances within or between the EU and the USA and for companies who are affected by the new US requirements.It is for those who want to know the key steps to follow to successfully manage their EU and US market and meet these critical obligations.Delivered jointly by REACH Ready, Tetra Tech and H2 Compliance, our experts will help you understand and identify the key action you need to take.

With our flexible options you can book either day or the two days together. Download booking forms now

What you will learn:

Day 1 – September 17th

REACH: What does it mean for a non-EU based company

Focusing on companies whose finished goods may end up in the EU

What obligations do you have as a non-EU company.

What is a Substance of Very High Concern, SVHC

What information do you need from you supplier. What does your EU customer need.

Managing information flow for indirect and direct exports to the EU.

How this relates to your supply chain.

What is REACH Authorisation.

Putting REACH into practice: Operating a Supply Chain Management System.

The GHS for classification and labelling or chemical hazards: MSDS, GHS and SDS

GHS US/Can implementation.

SDS – what’s new.

How to position yourself for GHS adoption across the globe. Who has implemented it. What are the differences.

How can you manage this:

The basics on GHS (high level) and how to manage labels and SDS when sending to various markets.

Can you produce a global label – common pitfalls to watch out for.

Putting it all into practice, managing your classification and labeling requirements.

Day 2 – September 18th

ROHS, WEEE, Conflict Minerals, Packaging Waste

ROHS & WEEE obligations.

Conflict Minerals obligations.
Packaging obligations and other hazardous substance-based laws that you should have within your compliance plan.
What do they all have in common? Putting it into practice.

Case studies

What data do you need to piece together.

The Automotive Sector solution : IMDS.

How is this managed in the electronics sector.

What is happening in the retail sector.

The concept of BIM, can you rely on supplier information declarations.

Automated Compliance Tracking and Reporting Tools – delivered by HP

What is Compliance Tracking and Reporting

How To Prepare

Concepts that apply to all Tools

How to Select a Tracking and Reporting Tool

Demonstration of a Compliance Tracking and Reporting Too

Who should Attend

Manufacturers, importers and downstream users of chemicals, including:

Business and regulatory managers working in companies that make or export chemicals or manufactured articles to the EU

Procurement / supply chain managers seeking to avoid disruptions in the supply of critical materials

Users of chemicals throughout the supply chainUsers of chemistry, downstream users of chemicals, article manufacturers

Where and When:

The two days of training will take place in Chicago at the Hyatt, Chicago O’Hare Airport on the 17th and 18th September 2013


A single delegate place for any one day will cost US$550.00 but we have a discounted rate of only US$475.00 for early bookings. . There is also an additional discount for 2-day bookings. Booking Forms

More information:

If you require any more information then please contact:

Jennifer Guest of Tetra Tech:

Direct: 734-213-5057

Fax: 734-213-3002

E-mail: jennifer.guest@tetratech.com