CHEMICAL EVALUATION SPECIALIST (KDU)
Within the scope of the Regulation on Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and Restriction of Chemicals (KKDIK), which entered into force by the Ministry of Environment and Urbanization published in the Official Gazette dated 23.06.2017 and numbered 30105 (Repeating);
Produced in Turkey or imported into the country on 1 tonne of chemical substances (except those exempted substances)
– Safety Data Sheets (SDS),
– Extended Safety Data Sheets (g-GBF)
– Chemical Safety Reports (KGR),
– Physiochemical Hazard
– Environmental hazard assessment
– PBT and vPvB Assessment
– Exposure assessment
– Risk characterization
– Chemical Safety Assessments (KGD),
– Registration files to be made to the Chemical Registration System (KKS),
– Preparation of accident status reports
The procedures that require expertise such as such can be done by the Chemical Assessment Specialist (KDU).
The pre-MBDF (pre-material information evaluation forum) processes to be carried out by the relevant enterprises for the chemicals within the scope of the legislation must be completed by the end of 2020.
SO HOW CAN YOU BE A CHEMICAL EVALUATION EXPERT (KDU)?
- a) At least 64 hours of education participation certificate obtained from educational institutions approved by the Ministry of Environment and Urbanization,
- b) Graduating from the undergraduate departments of the Faculty of Science and Arts or Engineering Faculties related to Chemistry, Biology and Environmental Sciences, or
- c) To do a Master’s or PhD in Chemical Science or,
ç) Having graduated from other undergraduate departments of universities and having worked for at least 5 years in the production, laboratory, quality control or management of chemicals related to chemicals.
* As an example to the undergraduate departments of the Faculty of Science / Science and Letters related to chemistry, biology, environmental sciences or the Faculty of Engineering related to chemistry, biology, environmental sciences stated in paragraph (b); Biochemistry, biotechnology, chemistry, biology, molecular biology and genetic engineering, biomedical engineering, environmental engineering, chemical engineering. Other departments that are shown to mainly focus on chemistry, biology and environmental sciences in undergraduate programs are also included in this scope. Graduates from undergraduate departments that are not included in this scope (such as mechanical engineering, business department) must meet the requirement (clause three) of having worked for at least 5 years in the field of chemical production, laboratory, quality control or chemical management in order to take the KDU exam.
To receive the STE training which will last 64 hours (8 hours / 8 days) in total from the training institution authorized by the Ministry
Taking an exam by an accredited organization and being successful
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