Technical conference to explain how the latest legislative developments can affect companies in the cosmetic industry: the REACH cross-border regulation of 2018 and which companies are obliged to register their substances according to REACH. The impact of imports of raw materials from outside the EU and in the manufacture of finished cosmetic products will also be addressed. Finally, the new Royal Decree for the regulation of cosmetic products for the benefit and safety of consumers will be discussed.
Directed to all companies in the cosmetics industry, so they can know: Their degree of affectation against the REACH Regulation and what impact it may have for the term to May 2018 and the implications of the new Royal Decree for the regulation of cosmetic products in benefit of consumer safety.
1st Part: The REACH 2018 horizon for the cosmetics industry – Does it affect my company? – María Martínez from SERVIREACH
- The REACH & CLP Regulations
- Roles in the supply chain
- REACH Registry
- Registration exemptions
- Safety Data Sheets
- Sanctions regime
2nd Part: The new Royal Decree that regulates cosmetic products for the benefit of consumer safety – Mercè Camps de GTF M Camps
- Main novelties of the Royal Decree
- Collection and evaluation of unwanted effects
- Good manufacturing practices
- María Martínez, is Technical Director of SERVIREACH, S.A.
International Expert in Toxicology by the Official College of Chemists of Seville and a degree in Chemical Sciences from the University of Barcelona
- Mercè Camps, founder of the Technical-Pharmaceutical Cabinet MCamps
Pharmaceutical and Academic of the Royal Academy of Pharmacy of Catalonia. Expert in cosmetic regulation, biocides, health products and pharmaceutical products
Day: 21 March
Time: 9:30 – 12:30
Place: Oficinas Beauty Cluster Barcelona
Limited places (25 entries)
Exclusive BCB members