13 July 2020, 14:00 – 15:00 BST
After 47 years, UK has now left the European Union and entered into a transition period. The Withdrawal Agreement Bill that led to Brexit, specifies that the UK and EU need to agree by 1 July on whether the transition period will be extended beyond 31 December 2020.
Following on from our previous webinars, Caroline Raine will focus on how organisations should be proceeding, to ensure they can continue to trade their chemical products in the UK and the EU and what the post Brexit regulations might look like. This will be followed by a live question and answer session.
How can NCEC continue to support you following Brexit?
- NCEC is fully engaged in the discussions around Brexit and well positioned to advise you on the most appropriate path forward in the event of both no-deal or deal scenarios.
- We have offices both within and outside the EU, meaning we are able to cater to the needs of both domestic and international clients wishing to trade in both the UK and EU markets.
- In the event of a no-deal Brexit we are ready to act from a REACH perspective from our Netherlands legal entity.
- We have significant experience of all aspects of REACH, including working through authorisation requirements and dossier reviews.
- We can act as a UK OR on behalf of European organisations outside the UK wanting to trade in the UK, including first-time UK REACH registrants.
- We are a well-established business with significant financial backing and years of experience, providing certainty and continuity into the future.
- Our principal consultants, Chris Hughes and Caroline Raine, are members of working groups in ECHA, HSE, BEIS and Defra and can notify organisations on the ongoing discussions and update them as and when there are more developments.
If you have questions you would like answered during the webinar, please submit them when registering.
*Information is correct as of 6 March 2020, 10:00 GMT. Webinar content may be modified to reflect any changes between this date/time and the webinar. Webinar may also be pushed forward if no definite information is available from the government at the time.