A new profession has been defined by the Ministry of Environment and Urbanization in Annex-18 of KKDIK Regulation that is Chemical Assessment Specialist (KDU).
One of the important additional requirements of KKDIK when compared with EU REACH is that Chemical Safety Report should be prepared and signed by a local Certified Chemical Assessment Specialist. Similar requirements are in place under the SDS Regulation of Turkey. SDSs have to be prepared in Turkish and signed by a certified Turkish expert. Chemical Assessment Specialist can also prepare SDS.
In order to become a Chemical Assessment Specialist, it is necessary to graduate from the undergraduate departments of Science / Arts and Sciences Faculties or Engineering Faculties related to chemistry, biology or environmental sciences, or to do a master's or doctorate in chemical science or to graduate from other undergraduate departments of the university and have worked in the field of production, laboratory, quality control or management of chemicals for at least 5 years.
Our company has been authorized by the Ministry of Environment and Urbanization within the scope of organizing KDU trainings and the training lasts 64 hours.
At the end of the training, those who pass the 70-point threshold in the exam to be held by the Tüv Austria Certification Body accredited by the Turkish Accreditation Agency (TURKAK) are awarded a “Chemical Assessment Specialist Certificate” valid for 5 years.
Our closest training date: 17-26 March 2021
If you fill out the form below for pre-application for training, you will be contacted and informed.