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  Events - February 2013


REACH and Global Chemical Regulations

13 Feb 2013 - 15 Feb 2013 - Berlin, Germany



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Our 2013 programme brings together top level regulatory know how to ensure you are fully prepared to cope with the current and future demands of REACH and upcoming global chemical regulations. Ensure regulatory compliance with a combination of industry case studies, regulatory feedback, practical exercises and panel discussions.

The speaker faculty for February 2013 includes:

2x ECHA Representatives  

5x Member State Representatives 

CEFIC 

Plus key industry players from major chemical manufacturers and downstream users 

Do NOT miss this opportunity to hear how you can overcome all of the key difficulties associated with chemical registrations in the EU and the rest of the world



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