UK REACH : Implementations and Implications

Guest panellist:

Jonathan DaleManaging Scientist - Exponent

Time & Location

Thursday: 14.00 to 15.00, Stage 1

About this Session


UK REACH : Implementations and Implications

Running on both days, bringing together a daily balanced panel drawn from government/gov agency , industry, association, legal & NGO sources, the UK REACH panel will seek to address this hugely topical and sensitive issue for attending manufacturers, distributors as well as downstream formulator industries, pharma to automotive and other key chemical-user industry groups.

Each panel session provides an opportunity to hear contrasting perspectives from panellists around this key topic, seeking to address ‘real concerns’ from across the industry as well as reflecting day to day sector practicalities. Opening up then into an open Q&A , audience participants get the chance to get up to the minute latest feedback from expert industry panellists.

Panellists for THUR 16th Sept currently include:

  • Neil Hollis, Regulatory Affairs Mgr – BASF plc  (Panel Host)
  • Douglas Leech, Technical Director – Chemical Business Association (CBA)
  • Jane Lawson, Head of Global Product Safety and Regulatory Affairs – Croda
  • Simon Tilling, Partner – Burges Salmon
  • Chloe Alexander, Trade Campaigner – CHEM Trust
  • Jonathan Dale, Managing Scientist – Exponent
  • HSE representative (tbc)

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Panellist bio:

A regulatory affairs professional with over 10 years’ experience specializing in the provision of strategic and technical advice on the regulatory compliance of industrial chemicals to a global client base in a variety of market sectors from fine chemicals to the metals industry. Current areas of interest include the registration of phase-in and non phase-in substances, and the provision of post-registration support to companies following both dossier and substance evaluation under the EU REACH Regulation, the classification and labelling of substances and mixtures in accordance with the EU’s CLP Regulation and the notification of chemicals worldwide.