After pre-registration, REACH SIEF formation will allow industry to work
together to share data and reduce costs - at least this is the theory, but to make this work in practice, those participating
will need to understand the science of chemical safety and also be able to negotiate successfully.
Chemical Safety is offering training in SIEF membership and participation. Mark Selby is also involved in training courses
run by REACHReady and Hull University. The Hull course includes a week (5 days) of chemical, toxicology and environmental training and REACHReady offer a negotiation
The training offered by Denehurst covers
the application of technical and chemical knowledge into getting the best from the SIEF and helping the SIEF operate efficiently.
There is a potential for a lot of time to be wasted in SIEFs on unnecessary detail or on topics where agreement appears difficult.
By knowing the basics and concentrating on the desired outcome of mutual cost reduction, the whole process will become more
Training is generally offered as a full day event with up to 20 people present, and is a mix of presenting
the necessary end points and outcomes for registration and practical participation in role-play scenarios. These scenarios
can be personalised to match the real-life situation likely to be encountered by people involved.
is not a problem - 2008 training work was undertaken in the US, South America, Asia and mainland Europe, as well as places
closer to Yorkshire. Even Lancashire.
For further information, contact Mark Selby firstname.lastname@example.org
For smaller organsiations with only one or two individuals involved in REACH, we will arrange 'open'
events once there is sufficient interest. Please contact Denehurst to register an interest and provoke new dates to