Actualización del REACH y evaluación del peligro de las sustancias y mezclas sobre la salud humana y el medio ambiente

Objetivo/s del curso:

Presentación de una visión integradora desde diversos sectores (Científico, Industria, Administración, etc) y con una perspectiva multidisciplinar sobre las Iniciativas y retos en relación con sustancias químicas de uso y consumo: Reglamento REACH, Convenio de Estocolmo sobre COP y nanomateriales.

Profesores:

Juan José Vaquero, Bernardo Herradón, Eduardo de la Peña, Mª José González Muñoz, Ana de la Torre Reoyo, Matilde Carballo, Covadonga Caballo, Esther Martín, José Manuel Pérez, Mª Dolores Hernando, Ana Mª García, Mª Eugenia Anta, Ruth Jiménez, Guillermo Repetto, Carmen José Mateos Vega, Araceli Pillco, Juan Carlos Flores Serrano, José Mª Navas, Mercedes Torre, Ernesto de Jesús, Óscar Herrero de Felipe.

Perfil del alumno:

Estudiantes y titulados universitarios. Profesionales en general.

Fecha: 9 al 11 de julio
Horario: 9.30 – 19.00
Horas lectivas: 25
Créditos: 1,5 LE / 1 ECTS
Lugar de realización: Aula de Grados. Facultad de Farmacia. UAH

Precio:

General:

  • Tarifa A: 50 €;
  • Tarifa B: 400 €

Especial (alumnos universitarios):

  • A: estudiantes, desempleados y jubilados;
  • B: profesionales

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