ESIG is organising in cooperation with the Solvents Industry Association (SIA), the UK based solvents industry association, trainings sessions for its members as well as non-members.
Please find below a description of the two training sessions offered:
This first training course is an introductory course designed for newcomers in the solvents sector and other professionals looking to ‘refresh’ their knowledge about solvents. This course is useful to those in commercial or administrative areas. The course is purposely kept small to encourage interaction and ensure dynamic discussions.
Content of this one-day course:
- The history of solvents
- An introduction to petrochemicals and solvents
- Where solvents come from
- Types of solvents
- Choosing the right solvent
- Solvent end-uses and applications
- Regulations related to solvents
- Transport and packaging
- Product stewardship across the supply chain
This training is designed to support the previous ‘Introduction to the Solvents Industry’ course and is aimed at anyone within the solvents industry who would like to acquire a greater understanding of where solvents are used in the manufacture of everyday items.
Content of the one-day course:
- Re-cap of ‘Introduction to the Solvents Industry’ course
- What is a solvent?
- How are solvents made?
- Solvents and their key characteristics
- Solvents applications by industry
- Interactive session
Even if you haven’t previously attended the ’Introduction to the Solvents Industry’ course then this is a must attend event for anyone looking to expand their knowledge of the wonderful world of solvents and their uses.
For more information, please contact:
Véronique Schoune, ESIG
Tel: +32 2 436 9488
The next sessions will take place on 20th and 21st November in Rotterdam (NL). If you want to register, please fill in the contact form below and select the training(s) you want to attend.
The training is free of charge for ESIG member. A contribution of 250€ will be asked to non-ESIG members.
BOTH TRAININGS ARE NOW FULLY BOOKED! NEW SESSIONS WILL BE ORGANISED IN 2020.