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Don't be left in the dark regarding new EU requirements in the face of changing regulations. Companies placing hazardous chemical mixtures—dishwashing detergents, paints, coatings, adhesives, solvents, etc.—on the market in Europe must comply with complex and changing Poison Center Notification (PCN) requirements under the Classification, Labelling and Packaging (CLP) Regulation. Karen Lanka, Verisk 3E’s Sr. Director of Product Management and EU PCN expert, examines the industry impact and offers insightful strategies for achieving compliance in Part 2 of our ongoing video series.
Part 2: EU Poison Centre Notification - What's the impact on industry?
If you missed Part 1 of this series you can watch it below. The video focuses on the then fast-approaching 1 January 2020 deadline (which has since been revised to 2021) for companies who market chemical mixtures for consumer use in Europe. Compliance with existing as well as emerging European Poison Centre Notification (PCN) obligations under the CLP Regulation is complex. Karen Lanka, Verisk 3E’s Sr. Director of Product Management and EU PCN expert, explains what you need to know to comply.
Part I: EU Poison Centre Notification - What do you need to know to comply?