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Chemistry is one of the oldest natural sciences and it is the study of matter - its properties, identification of substances that make up matter, the ways in which they combine, interact and change. The basic concepts laid down in Chemistry courses are the foundations of matter - from the atom, to elements, compounds, substances, molecules, and measuring units for matter. Chemistry courses will also build on the ionic qualities of matter, acidity or basicity, phases of matter, bonding, reaction, equilibrium and energy.

Chemistry courses usually lie within one of several subdisciplines, including neurochemistry, theoretical chemistry, organic chemistry, biochemistry or analytic chemistry, to name some examples. Within these fields, Chemistry courses can teach students some essential knowledge and skills toward a number of rewarding careers in Chemistry-related industries, like medical, chemical, food, pharmaceuticals, agriculture, energy, research or academic areas.

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Managing Chemical Exposures at Workplaces Course

NIVA Education
Campus Full time 3 days Finland Helsinki

REACH and OSH legislations are aiming at the same goal: safety, health and wellbeing of a worker handling chemical substances at work. Terminology and the overall language used within these legislative frameworks differ from each other. At an average European workplace the personnel handling REACH issues or CAD issues may be different. Registrant and a downstream user may have difficulties in communication. [+]

Best Courses in Chemistry 2018. REACH and OSH legislations are aiming at the same goal: safety, health and wellbeing of a worker handling chemical substances at work. Terminology and the overall language used within these legislative frameworks differ from each other. At an average European workplace the personnel handling REACH issues or CAD issues may be different. Registrant and a downstream user may have difficulties in communication. In addition to the practical issues causing discrepancies, in a broader perspective, also more profound differences in the philosophy of the two sets of legislation can be pointed out. This has to be understood in order to guarantee proper implementation. A good example of this is setting the European OELs vs. DNELs. Course objectives Worker exposure assessment in REACH and in OSH legislation Setting and implementation of limit values Occupational hygienist’s role in implementing REACH; REACH in downstream users’ life What does ECHA do? Restrictions and authorizations Role of safety data sheets at workplaces Target group EHS professionals and occupational hygienists are dealing with downstream and end user companies. They need to have the basic understanding on how the REACH legislation works and what it can provide for workplaces in different sectors. Course outline Mix of lectures and group works. Main topics Worker exposure assessment within REACH Setting up OELs and DNELs – similarities and differences, implementation in practise What does an occupational hygienist working with or in downstream user companies have to know about CSR/ES Roadmaps, SUMIs, use description system, sector use... [-]

Upper Carbon Footprint (madrid)

EOI Spain’s School of Industrial Organisation
Campus Full time September 2018 Spain Madrid Sevilla Alicante Málaga + 2 more

More and more companies and public bodies at national and international suppliers require their carbon footprint information.The carbon footprint quantifies [+]

Course in Carbon Footprint (Madrid)

More and more companies and public bodies at national and international suppliers require their carbon footprint information. The carbon footprint quantifies the amount of emissions of greenhouse gases (GHGs) that are released into the atmosphere over the life cycle of a product, in the development of the activity of a company.

Through the calculation of the carbon footprint comprehensively identify the sources of GHG emissions associated with different products or activities. This will allow companies:

Identify and reduce your energy costs Efficiently manage the risks associated with carbon Differentiate your product or service and access markets that require carbon footprint information on certain products. ... [-]