Event City, Trafford City, Manchester, UK
13th & 14th May, 2020
The challenging uncertainty of Britain’s impending exit from the EU (BREXIT) is addressed as one of the ‘hot topics’ of the CHEMUK 2019 2-day speaker programme.
Implications for regulatory environment, health & safety, standards trading relationships, transportation and more are in the spotlight across a number of KEY presentations.
Whether the UK leaves the EU (with or without a deal) chemical companies are needing to navigate this crucially uncertain landscape.
Day 1 Closing Plenary KEYNOTE: BEIS and the UK Chemicals Sector: Industrial Strategy and EU Exit
Benjamin Wells, Senior Policy Advisor- EU Exit: Chemicals – BEIS
Wednesday 1st May – 16:00 – 16:30 – Stage 1
Opening Plenary KEYNOTE: Wider Chemical Strategy – Deal or No Deal
David Hill, Director of Environmental Quality, Defra
Thursday 2nd May – 09:15 – 09:40 – Stage 1
Brexit an impact on Chemical Regulation for UK A&S manufacturers
Caroline Raine, Consultancy Lead, BASA – Part of BASA Programme
Thursday 2nd May – 11:00 – 11:20 – Stage 1
#IS ANYONE LISTENING? GETTING THE BUSINESS VOICE HEARD – KEYNOTE
Peter Newport, Chief Executive – Chemical Business Association
Thursday 2nd May – 11.30 – 12.00 – Stage 2