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Safeware Quasar conferance highlights sweeping changes

Businesses in the chemicals sector are facing the most sweeping changes to their industry in decades, and need to be preparing now for their impact, say software specialists Safeware Quasar.

The company will be highlighting the potential implications of wide-ranging issues including European Union regulations under the REACH (Registration, Evaluation and Authorisation of Chemicals) and CLP (Classification, Labelling and Packaging) regimes and the United Nations' Globally Harmonised System (GHS) for classifying and labelling chemicals at its 2009 annual User Conference.

Simon Robinson, from Safeware Quasar, says: “In 25 years in this industry, I have never before experienced a period involving so many changes and such radical change.

“A priority for every affected business must be to start planning its own individual roadmap to negotiating these changes and making a co-ordinated, cost-effective transition. The challenges require specialist solutions and our conference is designed to help businesses identify and explore their options for the way forward.”

The User Conference, which is open to non-Safeware clients, is a full day of learning and networking, featuring specialist speakers. It takes place on Wednesday, 11 March 2009 at the Forest of Arden Hotel and Country Club, Meriden, which is conveniently located for Birmingham International Airport and Birmingham International railway station.

Further details of the conference and on-line booking is available at http://www.safeware.co.uk

For more information, contact Safeware Quasar on 0115 982 0995 or visit www.safeware.co.uk

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