Bookings are open for the Members' Spring Skills Workshop: 'IOSH Approved - Engagement for safety' on 12 March 2019, at The University of Manchester. The course provider is Michael Emery CMIOSH, Securus Health and Safety Limited.
Places are strictly limited and demand is likely to be high, so don't miss out, ensure your place is booked by registering now.
In early 2019, the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) is co-organising two science-policy events with the Interdepartmental Group on Hazards and Risks from Chemicals (IGHRC). Both events are open to non-RSC members.
Please click on the title links below to access the relevant details and registration information on the RSC's events pages.
Biomonitoring – human and environmental perspectives
22 January 2019 09:00-17:00, London
This awareness day is intended to bring together scientists, risk assessors, risk managers and policy makers with and without experience in the use of BM/BEM with an interest in understanding its current and future use for assessing the use and control of chemical substances for humans and the environment.
Meeting the Challenges of Global Chemical Regulations
27 February 2019 09:00-16:00, London
This event will aim to increase awareness and understanding of worldwide regulatory regimes and guidelines for chemical hazard and human and environmental risk assessment across markets, to inform best practice and policy-decision making in the post EU-Exit era. It is hoped that the workshop will bring an understanding of chemical regulation in traditional and non-traditional countries and outline the possible impacts of differing approaches to chemical regulation for UK government departments and agencies, industry regulatory professionals and business leaders.
Presentations from our very sucessful Autumn symposia are available here.
Suggested guidance for institutions to get around their internal fraud procedures that fail due to the Treasurer's email address being configured as receive only address. The Treasurer cannot respond from that address to any incoming mail. Banking details and guidance available here (membership login required).
The HSE press release on Help GB Work well features the work of the ISTR Biosafety Steering Group and their latest publication entitled 'Safe Working with Arthropods' which covers containment and control for work with uninfected, infected and transgenic animals in research
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