Course Description

The 49th Amendment: IFRA Code of Practice

March 27, 2020 at 11:00 a.m.–12:30 p.m. (ET)
Online Live

Course Offering 2003903OL2905L
Course ID 2905

In-Person Course

Who Should Attend?
This course is intended for professionals from the cosmetic, personal care and fragrance industries whose products involve the use of fragrance. It will be especially beneficial to those who work in regulatory affairs, purchasing, product formulation, perfumery as well as professionals who manage these personnel. This course would also benefit professionals who want to become familiar with modern approaches to toxicology and safety assessments

Course Description
The 49th Amendment to the IFRA Code of Practice introduces radical changes to the science behind fragrance safety and impacts the documentation of every fragrance in use.

This 90 minute accredited training course will describe the importance of the new fragrance safety guidelines. This course will consider the major concepts underlying the development of the 49th Amendment: the Criteria II paper, decision tree reasoning, read-across, in silico, TTC, DST, aggregate exposure, and the new product categories. This course is a must-attend for anyone wishing to understand the modern science of fragrance safety.

Our LIVE online training offers interactive participation. We highly encourage you to open YOUR microphone during the live course to allow for the free exchange of remarks and questions between attendees and course director.

Can't Make this LIVE Webinar?
Simply select the On Demand option when registering and we will send you the link to view the recorded version.

On Demand available approximately 3 business days after the live offering.

Course Director
Steve Herman, President, Diffusion LLC

Steve Herman is President of Diffusion LLC, a consulting firm specializing in regulatory issues, intellectual property, and technology development. He has been an Adjunct Professor in the FDU Cosmetic Science Program since 1993, teaching the Cosmetic Formulation Lab and Perfumery. Steve was a columnist for GCI Magazine for 17 years and has written a book, Fragrance Applications: A Survival Guide. His SCC activities include service as Chairman of the NY Chapter in 1992 and 2013, election to Fellow status in 2002, and instructor in the Continuing Education Program.

Venue Information
Your Computer