Need help marketing your chemical products in stores and big-box retailers in Canada or the United States?
Whether you are a manufacturer or importer, it is your responsibility to follow all the compliance verification steps of Health Canada and its CCCR regulations.
If you sell online and your product is available to everyone, you must follow all the steps.
Note that there are major differences between the RPCCC and the US CPSC.
It is very difficult to have a label that complies with both Canadian RPCCC and Consumer Product Safety Commission regulations.
In order to properly fulfill your regulatory obligations, you must have access to up-to-date databases as well as in-depth knowledge.
Our team of experts can help you and have the software and databases to do all the detailed calculations required by Health Canada under the RPCCC and CPSC.
The aim is to support companies selling hazardous products to Canadian consumers under the Consumer Chemicals and Containers Regulations (CCCR). Each participant will learn to master all the steps in order to properly complete the checklist required by Health Canada. We will evaluate each of the five classes: toxic, corrosive, flammable products, adhesives that quickly stick to the skin as well as pressurized containers.
We also deal with the following subjects:
The CCCR training also includes practical classification and label preparation exercises. We favor playful learning using games and teaching materials. Each participant will receive a training booklet for future reference and a training certificate. Achievement of goals and skills A series of exercises will measure, evaluate and validate the achievement of objectives and skills for all participants. A workbook is included in the training. Participants will also receive a training book for future reference. During this training, participants will have access to Kalium Solutions software. It is important to note that the training focuses on approaches for properly classifying hazardous materials and associated hazards. The methods taught are applicable to different IT tools and do not depend on specific software.
Participants will be able to apply the knowledge acquired in this training using the tools present in their workplace.
If you produce or need to evaluate chemicals sold to consumers in retail outlets, this training becomes a must. Here are some issues and questions related to this course. If you question any of the following questions in the context of your work, training on dangerous materials according to the CCCR is certainly relevant to properly carry out your professional functions. Remember that hazard assessment begins with knowing the risks associated with a hazardous product.