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Delphic HSE Solutions Limited is a company comprising experienced and highly qualified professionals in the fields of toxicology, pathology product safety, cosmetic safety assessment, product development and environmental management and assessment.
Our consultants have all worked for large international organizations as well as on projects for industry associations in the oil, lubricants and chemical industries.
Delphic offer a service to act as third party responsible person which will ensure:
Delphic HSE operates in the following areas:
The new Regulation comes into force on 11th July 2013 replacing the existing EU Cosmetic Directive (76/768/EEC). The Regulation introduces a number of changes that effect all manufacturers and importers of cosmetic products within the EU.
regulatory safety assessments of consumer products including Cosmetics, Toys, Household products such as cleaners, and detergents, Industrial products such as lubricants process materials.
Advice and participation in product development, ensuring that health and environmental considerations are built into all new products, ensuring that there are no expensive or costly delays due to unforeseen problems in the latter stages of development and product launch.
Effective health, safety and environmental management is an essential prerequisite of a successful business. Pollution and waste represents loss of capital and the costs associated with disposal, combined with the loss of value of materials can amount to significant deficits on the bottom line.
Design and implementation of a sound management system will make significant year-on-year savings and improve bottom line performance.
From 27 October – 11 November 2018, Delphic HSE travelled to Australia. The objective of this trip was to learn more about the domestic markets in which the company operates, the challenges, the opportunities and if Delphic HSE can support the region by offering our range of services.
As a result of the trip success we are opening a new office in Australia and will be making some exciting announcements about its progress very soon.
For more information and contact details please visit our website here:
Following our announcement in April 2018, we have fully registered and established office in The Netherlands to support our UK office and assist in EU Regulation after Brexit.
Please visit our website here for more information:
Over the later part of 2018 and the start of 2019 we would like to welcome all our new team members for both the UK and Hong Kong offices.
Dr Fabian P Steinmetz - Senior Toxicologist
Rex Ayuk - Toxicologist
Troy Kemmish - Toxicologist
Louise Fortunato - Trainee Toxicologist
Luke Brown - Technical Administrator
Stephanie Peters - Business Support Administrator
Anthony Poole - Senior Compliance Analyst
Alec Kor - Toxicologist
Elif Wong - Toxicology Support
Sonia Tsang - Business Support Administrator
Chemoinformatic Consideration of Novel Psychoactive Substances. Contribution from Dr Fabian P Steinmetz.
Lisa Tian - Senior Toxicologist in our Hong Kong office became a Diplomate of the American Board of Toxicology (DABT).
Lui Yuet Kan, Ken from our Hong Kong office has joined our team in the UK.
Ray Boughton Celebrates 10 Years at Delphic HSE
Completion and registration of Delphic HSE Pty Ltd in Melbourne Australia
Non-Executive Director in Australia appointment.
Jay Ingram joins the CTPA on it's UK industry-focussed committees.
International Cosmetic Regulation: 18 June 2019 (UK)
Classification, Labelling & Packaging Regs: 1st October 2019 (UK)
Classification, Labelling & Packaging Regs: 4th October 2019 (Hong Kong)
International Cosmetic Regulation: 12th November 2019 (UK)
International Cosmetic Regulation: 15 November 2019 (Hong Kong)
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Congratulations to Jay Ingram – Principal Toxicologist who has received approval to sit on various @TheCTPA UK industry-focussed committees.— Delphic HSE (@delphichse) May 20, 2019
Read more at https://t.co/UaAdC8OvtB#cosmetics #toxicology #skincare #reach pic.twitter.com/DzQiSAxZQp
Warning symbols and specific colours on the labels of products provide information about the damage a particular substance or mixture can cause to your #health or to the #environment— Delphic HSE (@delphichse) May 17, 2019
Understand the labels with help from @EU_ECHA https://t.co/eBUsvgJ72Y#chemicals #labelling pic.twitter.com/OpbaIwgtjt