Webinar

Chemicals Banned or Restricted for Use in Cosmetics Under EU Law

What is the webinar about?

Suppliers (manufacturers/importers/exporters) that place cosmetic products on the EU market are required to comply with a range of EU legislation. There are a number of control measures intended to make cosmetics safer – originating from differing pieces of legislation – and these may impact a product’s ability to go to market.

Companies need to monitor these regulations on an ongoing basis for any changes that may affect their business. One key control measure involves the banning and restricting of chemicals for use in cosmetic products. Details of these substances, including their restriction criteria will be provided, serving as essential information for all formulators and suppliers of cosmetic products.

In this webinar, Dr. John Stewart, Ph.D. will break down the EU legislation as it relates to cosmetics, highlight the regulatory control measures that are currently in place, and will provide an invaluable overview of recently banned and restricted chemicals. Register for the webinar and reserve your seat here.


 

Date: June 21, 2018

Time: 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm (BST)

Duration: 60 minutes

    Languages:
  • English

Presenter(s): John Stewart

John Stewart
Regulatory Specialist

John Stewart, Ph.D. worked at Safeware Quasar for over 4 years as a Chemical Regulatory Consultant, specialising in SDS authoring and hazard label assessments, as well as providing regulatory support and advice to a number of wide ranging companies. In addition, he has been a qualified Dangerous Goods Safety Advisor since 2014, helping companies to comply with dangerous goods legislation. Previously, John worked as a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the University of Nottingham in the Department of Chemistry. His research focused on exploring new areas of organouranium chemistry. Prior to this, he obtained his Ph.D. in synthetic inorganic chemistry at Newcastle University, as well as a Masters in Chemistry.

 

John holds a MChem in Chemistry from Newcastle University and a Ph.D. in Inorganic Chemistry from Newcastle University.


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