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Regulatory Consultant - Hazard Communications

Regulatory Consultant (Hazard Communications)

Lancaster, UK / Remote working in the UK

Salary:

Dependant on Experience, Full-time/ Part-time position

The Company

Our client is a leading international provider of scientific and technical services, regulatory advice, sustainability service and training to industry in the field of chemical management and risk assessment.

Our client was originally founded to provide commercial services relating to the EU REACH Regulation, but now provides registration/ notification services and global regulatory compliance and chemical management support for numerous clients in markets around the globe.

The Role

Owning to the continued expansion of the business and greater demands for services, our client is looking to recruit experienced Regulatory Consultants to be based within the Product Stewardship business unit.

The recruited candidates will support companies in the context of Hazard Communications and will undertake client-driven activities.

Experienced consultants will be expected to assist in developing the processes and systems that support our global hazard communication team to enhance our process efficiency and compliance.

Depending on candidates experience and ability to work independently, options to be located at our UK office or work remotely will be considered.



Role Responsibilities:

The role responsibilities of this position are:

? Authorization of Safety Data Sheets to global requirements (inc.

EU, North American and Asian requirements).
? Manual hazard classification of substances and mixtures to global requirements (inc.

EU, North American and Asian requirements).
? Evaluation of client's Hazard Communications documentation (inc.

SDS and labelling) for compliance with global regulations.


? Conversion of SDS into required languages and the addition of local requirements (e.g., Occupational Exposure Limits, Poison Centres) using internal SDS authoring software.
? Building cli