Online Safety Assessment of Cosmetics in the EU

ONLINE TRAINING COURSE • FEBRUARY 2021 • 6 ECTS • BRUSSELS • BELGIUM

Programme of the training course

Updated 2021 programme

Practical information

Date and location

Based on the actual COVID-19 situation and ongoing travel restrictions, it’s been decided to organize the Safety Assessment of Cosmetics in the EU – 2021 online.

The course material will be available from February 1, 2021 onwards. Access to the videos of the lectures (not webinars) will be granted until March 7, 2021.

The texts of the lectures and PDFs of the slides will be downloadable by the participants.

Language and availability

The official language of the course is English. No simultaneous translation will be provided.

The course material will be available from February 1, 2021 until March 7, 2021.

The texts of the lectures and PDFs of the slides will be downloadable by the participants.

Course Fee

The registrations fees for the Online Safety Assessment of Cosmetics in the EU will be
Early Bird Registration fee (till 20 December 2020):
2500 euro per participant
Regular Registration fee (from 21 December 2020):
2900 euro per participant
Students: 600 euro per participant (Students are kindly requested to send their proof of being a student to Fabienne Van Bamis to receive their unique discount code).

The course fee, payable by credit card or bank transfer (costs to be paid by the participant) covers all lessons, course notes and participation to an online exam.

Scientific Consultancy

With OVER 20 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE in organizing the 'Safety Assessment of Cosmetics in the EU – Training Course', we can provide you with a sound and independent scientific counselling with regard to safety of cosmetic and their ingredients for the EU market*:

• development and/or improvement of your Product Information File (PIF)
  Part A: cosmetic product safety information
  Part B: cosmetic product safety assessment
• support and guidance in general cosmetic safety assessment
• advise on regulatory requirements (product adherence with EU legislation)
• ensuring that information about your cosmetic products is accurate and well presented
• INCI Ingredient labelling
• Cosmetovigilance – follow up assessment

* According to the Cosmetic Regulation EC N° 1223/2009 cosmetics circulating in Europe must demonstrate the evidence of their conformity with the stipulated requirements in the form of a Product Information File (PIF). A PIF is the mandatory compilation of technical documentation with regard to the description, the manufacturing methods, claims substantiation and a Cosmetic Product Safety Report.

CANCELLATION POLICY

Regrettably, no refunds will be made once the course has been payed and downloaded.