Cosmetic Safety Assessors Course

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Become a Cosmetic Safety Assessor with our online course

Do you want to be become a cosmetic safety assessor for the UK and EU? Get expert training with our online cosmetic safety assessors course. Register your interest in our training course and receive an early bird discount. Read on to learn more.

Our cosmetic safety assessor course includes:

  • How to write a cosmetic safety assessment report – or CPSR
  • Access to experienced safety assessor
  • Follow-up support

and more…

Cosmetic regulation

Cosmetic products are required to comply with cosmetic regulation before placing on the market – that means 1) an assessment of the product by a qualified professional 2) product notification to the authorities. To read more about cosmetic regulation in the UK click here.

How to become a safety assessor for EU or UK

With our online cosmetic safety assessors course, you can become a cosmetic assessor to enable you to author cosmetic safety assessments that comply with UK and EU cosmetic regulation.

Register for our online safety assessor training course and get early bird discount

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Who can be a cosmetic safety assessor?

There are rules on who can become a cosmetic safety assessor – not just anyone can be one. You must have qualifications to a particular standard. The rules on who can be a cosmetic safety assessor are laid down in paragraph 2 Article 10 of EU cosmetic regulation. It says:

The cosmetic product safety assessment, as set out in Part B of Annex I shall be carried out by a person in possession of a diploma or other evidence of formal qualifications awarded on completion of a university course of theoretical and practical study in pharmacy, toxi­cology, medicine or a similar discipline, or a course recognised as equivalent by a Member State.

Let’s break that down.

Types of acceptable qualification include:

  • Diploma
  • Bachelors Degree
  • Masters
  • PhD
  • Other qualification from a university

AND

Include theoretical and practical study in the following subject areas

  • pharmacy
  • toxicology
  • medicine

OR similar:

  • Chemistry (and sub-topics including biochemistry)
  • Biology
  • Physics
  • Ecology
  • Genetics

Do you meet the requirements to be a cosmetic safety assessor?

Make sure you sign up to the mailing list above to get early bird discount. See you in the course!