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​Chemical Exposure Risk Assessment Training



Risk assessment in working with chemical substances,  Regulation on health and safety precautions in working with chemical substances, occupational exposure limit value will be explained in the training content.

1)   Related to Chemicals  EU  Legislation

        Occupational exposure limits

        Harmonization of legislation in our country

        Obligations of the Regulation on Health and Safety Precautions in Working with Chemical Substances

2) Classification of chemicals

        Chemical exposure risk assessment requirement

        Chemical risk assessment criteria

        Obligations of the Regulation on Health and Safety Precautions in Working with Carcinogenic and Mutagen Substances

        Chemical exposure risk assessment requirement

3)   Hazardous Chemicals

        Why is a New EU Chemicals Policy Needed?

        Key Directives in the Framework of the EU New Chemicals Policy

        Obligations of Manufacturers and Importers

        Issues sought in MSDSs within the framework of the Safety Data Sheets Regulation,

        Differences between CAS Number, IUPAC name (International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry), EC Number (Einecs – European Inventory of Existing Commercial Chemical Subtances),

        Classifications according to SEA (CLP Regulation) Directives

4) Introduction to Chemical Risk Assessment

        Regarding physicochemical properties  hazard categories

        Regarding toxicological properties  hazard categories

        Regarding ecotoxicological properties  hazard categories

5) CLP Regulation employer obligations

        Classification Conditions and Flow Chart of Chemicals and Preparations

        What is CLP (EU Regulation on Classification, Labeling and Packaging of Substances and Mixtures)?

        What has changed with CLP?

        What is the GHS (Globally Harmonised System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals) Global Harmonization System?

        Why GHS?

        GHS Signal marking

        GHS hazard symbols and signs

        “Danger Codes” and “Danger Phrases” to replace EU risk codes

        Comparison of sample labels

6)   COSHH (Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Essentials)- ILO Chemical Toolkit (International Chemical Control Toolkit)

        What is Chemical Exposure Risk Assessment System?

        Identification of chemicals,

        What is Toxic Substance?

        What is Toxicity?

        Types of Toxicity

        Toxic dose values (LD50, ADI, NEL, NOEL etc.)

        Threshold Limit Values (TLV-C, TLV-C (Ceiling), TLV-STEL etc.)

        What is the COSHH System? What does it do?

        COSHH System stages

        Placement of Hazard Bands Based on Hazard Classification

        Hazard Control Band Identification of Common Solvents

        Usage Level

        Ease of Airing

        Determination of Control Method (COSHH Tables)

        Use of Hazard Control Bands

        Determination of usage levels with the COSHH technique

        Activity Control Guides

        Activity Control Guidelines for Breathing

        Skin and Respiratory Protection

        Safety and Environment Based Activity Control Guide

        Example applications

7) Other Classification Codes

        What is ADR – Geneva Classification?

        ADR codes,

        ADR marking,

        Classification of dangerous goods according to the ADR code,

        ADR labeling conditions,

        Chemical storage conditions,

        What is the IMCO cross code?

        The way the cross code is used,

        Implementation of IMCO code in storage.

        Hazardous waste codes,

        LGK Code (German Code)

        Chemical classification codes

            NFPA code,

            HMIS code

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