Specialists in International Law on Latin America and the Caribbean (SILLAC) is the first international law firm to design and offer Chemical Management Complaince training for individuals and companies to benefit from in-house, group, and individual online training that will save time and money.
Regional Regulatory Chemical Management Compliance (RRCMC) Training program on Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) For Professionals
Specialists in International Law on Latin America and the Caribbean (
WHO NEEDS RRCMC?
The purpose of the
Students who are working in any of the mentioned industries will benefit from taking courses according to their specific area of specialization, such as cosmetics, food, or plastic industries. Notwithstanding labor and environmental attorneys and/or criminal or civil attorneys looking to add value to their practice can find that the
SILLAC Approach To RRCMC Training
All courses listed in the catalog are taught by regional and international law instructors highly specialized in environmental, workplace safety and health, and chemical management compliance.
The legislative dynamics of the regulatory framework in LAC jurisdictions, as in all legal systems, makes the RRCMC Specialization subject to modifications and changes. Required courses, such as Introduction to Chemical Management in LAC provides the necessary research skills to keep abreast of regulatory reforms and repeals to update compliance materials in their areas of specialization.
Upcoming Training Dates
SILLAC’s RRCMC includes the following certifications:
Globally Harmonized System (GHS) of Classification, Labelling, Packaging of Hazardous Chemicals
Safety Data Sheet and Authoring (GHS)
Country-specific regulations for classification, labeling, packaging and MSDS (Materials Safety Data Sheet)
Dangerous Substances and Preparations
Food Additives Food Contact
Import and Export of Chemicals and Drugs
Workplace Safety/OELS/Biological Indexes
Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) and Electronic and Battery Waste
Environmental and Labor Law compliance and Civil and Criminal responsibility for non-compliance.