Happy #EuropeDay from team @ChemicalsForum 🌐 Getting ready - welcome to join the discussion on #chemicals safety management 8-9 June!
RT @Cefic: Today we celebrate #EuropeDay!
A strong Europe needs a strong #industry & the chemical industry largely contributes to #EU econ…
RT @EU_ECHA: Geert Dancet @ #SETACBrussels: regulators and research community must work together to solve knowledge gaps & improve methods.…
RT @EU_ECHA: Labels on products with hazardous #chemicals are changing. Know them and stay safe. https://t.co/SvBdri1COE #EuropeDay #CheckT…
HCF in 2 months! Get ready & register to 9th international networking forum for #chemicalsafety professionals https://t.co/LEy7NZ6Bd9
SVHCs in products – who is it to control these in a free trade world? Blog post by Jack de Bruijn @EU_ECHA… https://t.co/Y75ZGlsTd0
Visit @ChemicalsForum stand 1c8 at #chembiofinland , take our flyer and use our special price for conference passes… https://t.co/uAeODw6iPk
Welcome to #chembio 29-30.3 @messukeskus Visit @ChemicalsForum stand 18c to get special discount. Exhibition info: https://t.co/7Xen1AcgrR
Ten years of ECHA and REACH, what’s it all been about? Read the blog post by @EU_ECHA ‘s Lindsay Jackson… https://t.co/O6Do12KIt7
A multi-stakeholder think tank
“The Helsinki Chemicals Forum annually brings together new and old contacts to debate some of the thorniest issues in chemicals management. From regulatory efficacy to emerging scientific and technological issues to corporate social responsibility, its panel debates are significant multi-stakeholder think tanks providing businesses, regulators, NGOs and others with a space to think about the bigger picture and go home with a clearer understanding of how to position their organisations.” says Mamta Patel, Director & Co-Founder of Chemical Watch on the aims and operations of the forum.
We are delighted to have Mamta moderating the Panel 4: Speeding up chemical assessments: from novel information to new management approaches, what works?
Why HCF – Just ask our participants
“Helsinki Chemicals Forum offers a great opportunity to all professionals to exchange out of the box in high level presentations, as well as during the panels and outside the main hall with colleagues on fundamental questions of safe chemicals handling, not necessarily leading to immediate action or implementation but creating a better holistic understanding of chemicals management and its consequences.”
– Dr. Erika Kunz,
Global Product Stewardship, Head of Global Registration and Evaluation of Chemicals, Clariant, Germany
We are glad to have Erika participating in the Panel 4. See the full programme
How to participate?
Choose the one day ticket for €500 or the full participation for €870. The fee includes the seminar programme, materials, lunch and coffee, social programme (dinner and offsite visit) and VAT.Read more and register