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Events

CBA's Annual Events include:

  • Annual Lunch: CBA's Annual Lunch is held during April or May at the Grosvenor House, Park Lane, London. It is the largest industry event of its kind in the UK attracting more than 1,100 members and their guests.
  • Annual General Meeting: CBA’s Annual General Meeting is held on the morning of the Annual Lunch at the Grosvenor House, Park Lane, London. All members are encouraged to attend.

CBA Calendar of Events 2017: please click here for your printable version of the events list.

Other regular events are listed below.

DGSA Exam Techniques & Pitfalls (Subject to Demand)

11 September 2017
Crewe

This one-day seminar is aimed at anyone who is planning to take the DGSA examinations for the first time or is requalifying in 2017 and require information and advice regarding what to expect on the day.The seminar will go into details regarding the ADR regulations so prior knowledge is an advantage.

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Northern Regulatory Compliance & RC Nucleus Meeting

19 September 2017
CBA offices, Crewe

Northern Regional and Nucleus meeting

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Members Meeting

CDG General Awareness

20 September 2017
London

This one-day seminar will be relevant to all within the chemical industry who need to be aware of the obligations imposed under the Carriage of Dangerous Goods Regulations. Whether you consign, carry or store goods, the seminar will deliver “Peace of Mind” in knowing whether or not you are in scope of the regulation.

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Southern Regulatory Compliance Update

21 September 2017
Fox Williams LLP, 10 Finsbury Square, London, EC2A 1AF

Southern Regional and Nucleus meeting

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Members Meeting

REACH Refresher

22 September 2017
London

This seminar is designed as a basic level course to refresh knowledge of those who have not been heavily involved in REACH for a few years or for those who may have entered from another industrial sector and have limited knowledge of the subject.

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