Training and Outreach Sessions—Nationwide
NICNAS's preferred approach to ensuring compliance with our legislation is to work with industry—providing advice to help them understand their regulatory obligations and assistance in finding the most practical way to meet those obligations.
As part of our commitment to raising industry awareness, NICNAS will be conducting stakeholder training and awareness sessions in major capital cities and selected regional areas in coming months, and is seeking expressions of interest from those wishing to attend.
Please note, limited places are available; and these sessions are designed for new registrants and those unfamiliar with the NICNAS scheme. For stakeholders interested in updates to the scheme please consult: NICNAS current issues of our website; The NICNAS Bulletin; Chemical Gazette and NICNAS Matters.
NICNAS training sessions are approximately 1.5 to 2 hours in duration, and there is no cost to attend. The topics discussed include:
- Who is NICNAS?
- What does NICNAS do?
- Industrial chemical introducers' regulatory obligations
- NICNAS registration
- Australian Inventory of Chemical Substances (AICS)
- New industrial chemicals
- Existing chemicals
- Prior Informed Consent (PIC) chemicals
- NICNAS compliance and enforcement functions
- Cosmetic introducers' regulatory obligations
NICNAS industry training schedule
Ballarat: 4 March 2015—Expression of interest (EOI) by 21 Feb 2015
Melbourne: 5 March 2015—EOI by 21 Feb 2015
New South Wales
Sydney: 4 June 2015—EOI by 22 May 2015
Brisbane: 26 November 2015—EOI by 12 November 2015
Melbourne: 17 March 2016—EOI by 3 March 2016
New South Wales
Sydney: 2 June 2016—EOI by 23 May 2016
If you wish to attend NICNAS training sessions, please provide your name; industry/company; training session; number of attendees and preferred city, and e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Upon receiving your expression of interest, NICNAS officers will contact you two weeks before the training date with a confirmation of venue and sessions details.
If you have any further queries about industry training, please phone (02) 8577 8800, or Freecall
1800 638 528 or e-mail: email@example.com