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Since management of chemical substances has conventionally considered effects on human health, management of chemical substances in articles has been focused on regulation of leakage (elutes) and emissions. This is due to the fact that the chemical substances in the articles are enclosed within a solid matrix, moving only slowly to the surface and the exterior, and were consequently thought to have minimal effects on human health. On the other hand, the trend towards regulation of content, before considering the possibility of exposure, is increasing. The purpose of regulation of chemical substances in articles, and the demand for disclosure and transmission of information, is to increase the safety and efficiency of recycling, and to reduce the effects of products in use, and processing of used products, on human health and the ecosystem. Regulations related to chemical substances in articles are expanding worldwide. This is an important problem for all manufacturing sectors, and an efficient response is necessary to succeed in the face of strong competition. Sale of products in overseas markets requires a response to the regulations of each country on chemical substances in articles, and cooperation among enterprises in the supply chain (manufacturers of chemical products, parts, and final assemblies) is important in management of the chemical substances in each product, and in transmitting this information throughout the supply chain.
Hence the need to minimize the impacts of chemicals of concern on human health and the environment by complying with, complementing or going beyond legal obligations for these chemicals. Emphasis is given to chemicals in articles posing risks to human health during use. The environmental dimension is considered, where feasible and where appropriate, for instance by addressing environmental exposure or persistent or bio-accumulative chemicals.
Participant will learn to how to:
• Identify, review, understand and ensure compliance with regulatory requirement of the country of production and country (ies) of distribution of Chemical in Product or chemical substances.
• Properly manage chemical substances at each stage of manufacturing, handling, use and disposal of product;
• Prevent misuse of chemical substances;
• Determine and understand the chemical content and composition of their product relations to meeting regulatory and other requirements;
• Prevent certain chemical substances from being used in their product ;
• Correctly communicate and provide information on CiP requirements to all stakeholders.
• Guide suppliers in developing their own chemical management system at manufacturing sites
• Ensure compliance with chemical substance health,safety and environmental requirements.
• Educate suppliers about the concept of Input Stream Management of chemical substances.
• Enhance supplier chemical management knowledge to ensure protection of workers, the environment and consumers.
• Coordinate and manage chemical in product along product supply chain.
Eligibility Criteria: Quality Chemists, Chemical Process Analysts, Chemical Quality Inspectors, Chemical Engineers, Quality Control and Quality Assurance Managers, Chemical Standard and Compliance Managers, Chemical Regulators with experience of at least 6 years’ experience of which minimum of 3 years is at supervisory level.
o Importance of chemical management
o Chemical Management Principles and Development
Concept of Chemical Management and Chemical in Product Management
Concept of Input Stream Management
Concept of PDCA Cycle
o Chemical Management System and Standards: ISO 9001:2015, 14001:2015, 45001:2018, JIS Z 7201:2017,CEN Guide 16:2017 etc
o Chemical Regulations and compliance
Restriction or limit of chemical usage
Identification of chemical usage and prevention of misuse.
• Chemical Management Planning
o Chemical Management Policy
o Chemical Management Risks: Input, Facility and Output
identification of hazardous chemicals in production
Identification of Chemical Hazards and Environment Aspect
Human factor in use, physical and environment exposure
Identification of risks of misuse in production, contamination, health and environmental exposure as well as product end-user risk.
Chemical Risk Assessment and Management
o Chemical Management Criteria: Input, Facility and Output
o Chemical management Plan: Input, Facility and Output
o Chemical Management Roles and Responsibilities
• Chemical Management Implementation
o Document Management: Input, Facility and Output
o Chemical Design and Development: Input, Facility and Output
o Chemical Supplier management: Input, Facility and Output
chemical supplier assessment,
o Chemical Inventory management: Input, Facility and Output
o Chemical Production management: Input, Facility and Output
Chemical Management in Products
Chemical management for Sustainability: effluent, air emission, wastewater, off-gas and solid waste
o Chemical PHST Management: Input, Facility and Output
o Chemical Identification and Traceability: Input, Facility and Output
o Chemical Communication Management: Input, Facility and Output
chemical requirements communication : Internal and External
chemical hazard communication in the product
Communication of output results.
o Chemical Training and Awareness: Input, Facility and Output
Chemical requirement awareness
Chemical hazards awareness
o Chemical Waste Management: Input, Facility and Output
o Chemical Channel Management: Input, Process and Output
• Chemical Management Monitoring
o Chemical Monitoring and reporting: Input, Process and Output
o Chemical Testing and Inspection: Input, Process and Output
o Non-Conforming Chemical Output Management
o internal audit: Input, Facility and Output
o Management review: Input, Facility and Output
• Chemical Management Improvement process
o Preventive and corrective actions
o Continuous improvement.
Duration: 5 days