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Packaging compliance seminar

Are you involved in packaging compliance?  Do you sell packaging or packaged goods outside the UK? How prepared are you for the 2020 registration?

For answers to these questions and more, join our compliance specialists at our CPD accredited seminar on Thursday 28 November 2019 in Bristol at Ecosurety HQ located in Aztec West, BS32 4FP.

This free seminar starts at 10.00 am and runs until 4.00 pm, with lunch provided.

Book your place using the link at the bottom of this page or give us a call on 0333 4330 370 if you have any questions about this seminar.

Once you have submitted your booking, our team will be in touch to confirm further details. Read the full event details below:

 

 This seminar is CPD accredited by The CPD Certification Service and can count towards your CPD requirements. View our certification here.

 

 

Who is it for?

This seminar is for anyone who has involvement in packaging compliance. It doesn't matter if you have just started working with the regulations or have been involved for many years, this seminar will have something for everyone.

What will I learn?

The seminar will include the following, with a focus on group participation

  • Overview of packaging regulations

  • Prepare for 2020 registration

  • Introduction to International compliance 

  • PRN market update

  • 2020 and beyond - what's in store for the packaging regulations

The Ecosurety team will be around after the seminar so you are welcome to stay for a one-to-one discussion with one of our technical specialists if you have any specific questions relating to your business.

Where is it?

Ecosurety, 1190 Park Avenue, Aztec West, Bristol, BS32 4FP.  Aztec West business park is less than half a mile from the M5 Junction 16, and a mile from the Almondsbury Interchange with the M4. The closest train station is at Bristol Parkway which has good bus and taxi services.

Book now

Dates Times Venue Registration Link
28/11/2019 10.00am - 4.00pm Ecosurety, Bristol Book now

 

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