Simon Robinson, Technical Director, SafeWare Quasar
The chemical regulatory conference, SafeCom returned to the UK in April this year, with organiser’s heralding it as a “great success”.
This year’s event welcomed over 140 attendees from across the globe, with a programme that delivered key information to help delegates better prepare and develop strategic business plans in the face of changing and complex regulations.
The line-up included representation from the European Commission, ECHA, CEPE and the EAPCCT, as well as some of the industry’s leading consultants, to clarify the implications of regulations that will impact organisations operating in the chemical supply chain.
Simon Robinson, Technical Director, who chaired the conference said: “In recent years the chemical sector has undergone huge changes resulting in an increased workload and some confusion in the industry. The presentations delivered a concise summary of current situations emerging from the regulatory changes, and will act as a guide for delegates who attended to know and understand what they should be doing, and the areas of concentration for the upcoming year.”
Delegates also benefitted from the inclusion of an industry exhibition, providing the opportunity to meet relevant service providers showcasing solutions to improve business processes.
The date has been set and the venue booked for SafeCom 2016, and is to be held at Eastwood Hall Hotel on 10th and 11th May 2016.