Training and events

Learn from our experts. They are abreast of toxicological issues, and they know the challenges of the various regulatory frameworks.

Instructor-led training courses
We combine theory with work examples of day-to-day issues, including small quizzes and exercises. To practise your skills, you will get short homework assignments between the online modules.

The maximum number of participants is 16 to ensure high quality training and skill development.

Free webinars
At the webinars you will gain insight into a specific subject including practical tips on how to meet the requirements of relevant regulations.

 

Vibeke Salmon

Tel: +45 4516 9144
ves@remove-this.dhigroup.remove-this.com​​​​​​​

 

On demand webinar

 


Endocrine disruptors

The EU regulation on endocrine disrupting chemicals is limited. Consequently, regulatory activities are ongoing towards more harmonisation among the various legal frameworks.

Watch this free webinar to explore the regulatory status of this topical issue:

A walk-through of the fast-changing regulatory landscape of endocrine disrupting chemicals

Sign up and stream the webinar when it suits you!

On demand webinars

 


Medical devices

The EU Medical Device Regulation increases the focus on assessing and documenting safety. In a series of three free webinars, we give you an overview of the requirements:

Sign up and stream the webinars whenever it suits you!

 

 

COURSES

Introduction to toxicology

Online course - four modules in January and February 2022

Learn the principles of toxicology, hazard assessment and toxicological testing at this instructor-led online course.

The course will give you a better understanding of toxicology and the importance of the choices you have to make to develop safe products.

Regulatory and applied toxicology

Online course - choose between three optional modules

Three live online modules each addressing a specific topic: 1) How to derive Occupational Exposure Limits and Permitted Daily Exposures for active pharmaceutical ingredients, 2) How to handle SVHC substances and endocrine disruptors in various regulations, and 3) How to make a hazard assessment and derive tolerable exposure levels.

Choose one, two or all three modules depending on your need.