HSE’s Working with Chemicals series provides information on the changes to how chemicals will be regulated now the UK has left the EU, and features experts from HSE's Chemicals Regulation Division as well as industry voices.
You can listen to and download all episodes in the series by following the links on the episode title:
In this instalment, we invite experts from the Chemical Regulation Division within HSE to discuss your questions and the procedures relating to the GB Chemicals regulations.
(originally released 26 March 2021)
In this episode we invite two industry voices to discuss changes to CLP, REACH and PIC regulations. We also explore the actions they have taken to keep their businesses moving following the end of the UK transition period.
(originally released 9 February 2021)
In this instalment, we invite two industry voices to discuss changes to Biocidal and Plant Protection Product regulations and explore the actions they have taken to keep their businesses moving following the end of the UK transition period.
(originally released 28 January 2021)
This episode discusses the key differences between EU and UK REACH, the roles and responsibilities in UK REACH, and actions that people and businesses need to take in relation to CLP and PIC.
(originally released 22 December 2020)
In this episode we discuss the changes that will have the greatest impact on businesses following the end of the UK Transition period, how to get an active substance approved in both the EU and GB and how companies can get on the GB version of Article 95.
(originally released 21 December 2020)
We discuss what the UKIM bill might mean for PPP products/applications, the implications for businesses involved in the manufacture, distribution and supply of pesticides and the data businesses will need to supply to HSE.
(originally released 8 December 2020)
In this introductory episode, we discuss the main changes to how chemicals will be regulated in the UK from 1 January 2021 and how HSE can help your business prepare for the end of the transition period.
(originally released 23 November 2020)