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Course 2 - Global Product Regulation Overview

This course is one of a three-part training series on chemical regulations that impact all aspects of a product's life cycle. Everyone has a role in how a company addresses their global chemical regulatory management and we encourage company directors, engineering, designers, purchasing agents and environmental practitioners for this training series.

This 80-minute training course builds on course 1 providing participants with an overview of various global chemical regulations including a description of the regulation, how it applies to the automotive supplier or OEM, upcoming deadlines or actions, and important regulatory changes or activities. Regulations covered include: REACh, CLP, GHS, RoHS, EU Critical Material Re-use/Recycling, End-of-Life Vehicle Directive, TSCA, Frank-Dodd Act regarding Conflict Minerals, Canadian Challenge, Green House Gas, and Green Chemistry.

This course is designed for individuals involved with activities that impact the company's environmental and product compliance such as product design, materials management, purchasing, and bringing product to market. This may include materials and product engineers, environmental and health staff, production, purchasing, quality and sales staff.

Prerequisites: No prior knowledge of global environmental regulations is required.

Special Note

Note that this course is not structured or intended to train or certify individuals for general facility environmental compliance to the many government mandated regulations typically referred to as "environmental reporting" in scope. Such training is very specific, often conducted by government-certified trainers, is tightly regulated, and is often state, country, and region specific and typically requires ongoing monitoring of on-site chemical inventories, wastewater discharge, and air/stack emissions and permitting.

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Materials and product engineers, environmental and health staff, production, purchasing, quality, and sales staff.