Jungchemiker – Workshop
Chemicals legislation in the EU and Austria

Host: Jungchemiker Wien

Date: October 30th 2018

Time: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Place: Seminar room BA03, Getreidemarkt 9, 1060 Wien

Language: German

Fees: 10 € for GÖCH members, 20 € for non-members

Deadline for registration: October 23rd 2018

Trainer: Dr. Christian Gründling

You are planning a scientific career in industry? Do not miss our workshop "Chemicals legislation in the EU and Austria". Dr. Christian Gründling, speaker of the Austrian Economic Chambers (WKO), will give you the necessary basics. The workshop is part of a workshop series and includes theory units as well as exercises (own laptop strongly recommended). All workshop participants will get a confirmation of participation. After conclusion of the whole workshop series you will get a certificate. The following topics will be discussed:

  • REACH: registration, evaluation and authorization of chemicals
  • CLP: correct classification and labelling of chemicals and mixtures
  • Safety data sheet: correct communication in the supply chain
  • Chemicals act in Austia: additional conditions
  • Responsibility at Chemicals legislation

The number of participants is limited to 25 participants in the order in which registrations are received (frist come first serve principle). Members of the Austrian Chemical Society (GÖCH) will be preferred. You can register online at www.jungchemiker.at till October 23rd. The costs are 10 € for GÖCH-members and 20 € for non-members (deadline for payment: October 26th).

We are looking forward to see you.

The registration is closed.

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