Some of the most pressing issues facing the global chemical industry will be examined at the Helsinki Chemicals Forum on June 14-15, 2018 in Helsinki, Finland. A key gathering for chemicals safety professionals, HCF is an independent forum that aims to promote chemicals safety and chemicals management globally.
The program for 2018 was recently published. Key-note speakers and expert panelists will probe hot-button issues such as the best way to communicate risk of endocrine disruptors in the social-media era, the challenges faced in harmonizing chemical regulations around the world, problems with micro-plastics in the environment and regulation vs product stewardship in managing nanomaterials.
Last year’s event attracted 189 delegates from 39 countries. It celebrated the 10th anniversary of the EU’s REACH regulation, and took a look at what chemicals legislation has achieved over the past decade, among other topics.
The 2018 program can be viewed on HCF’s website.
Posted by Leslie Burt
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