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RRMA Certificate Course: Basics in Chemical Safety Assessment 
RRMA Certificate Course: Basics in Chemical Safety Assessment 

RRMA Certificate Course: Basics in Chemical Safety Assessment 

About the course 

BCSA24: Basics of Chemical Safety Assessment is a fully digital Certificate Course designed for those would like to understand, assess, and manage environmental risks associated with exposure to pollutants and industrial chemicals. The course is open to students and working professionals.

This course provides a basic understanding and practical knowledge of chemical safety assessment. It introduces key terms and concepts and explains the basic understanding of the Chemical safety assessment, enabling them to contribute to a safer working and living environment. The lecturers of the course are experts in the field of compliance with rich industrial experiences, as well as academics from the respective fields.

Topics of this course include: 

  • What are the physical and chemical properties of the substances and practicalities of it? 
  • What are the methods to determine the environmental risks of chemicals? 
  • How to assess and interpret potential hazards of chemicals? 
  • How to conduct risk assessments for chemicals in the environment? 
  • How to apply the risk assessment principles to develop practical solutions and manage environmental risks? 
  • How is the scientific data and exposure estimation used in Chemical Safety Reports and Extended-SDS? 
  • What is the linkage between the physicochemical data, toxicity, and environmental fate concepts to the risk assessment of chemicals for human health and the environment?

The course is developed and taught by Regulatory Representatives and Managers Association (RRMA), Global Product Compliance (GPC) and Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Hyderabad.  

The course start is March 20, 2024 (changes in schedules may occur), and the course runs for about 3 months. The teaching mode of the course is 100% online. 

Course Modules 

The course consists of 4 fully digital modules with maximum 10 hours of work effort each:  

1) Physical Chemistry 
2) Environmental Fate 
3) Environmental and human health risk assessment of chemicals 
4) Ecotoxicology 

Target Audience 

Working Executives: This course is open to individuals who are working in the chemical and allied industries. 

Student: This course is open to students who are currently enrolled in Higher Education Studies, and postgraduates having Science discipline or Chemical engineering background.  

Course Fee  

The fee for this online course is 50,000 INR (approx. 615 USD) for non-RRMA members. For RRMA members, there is a 20% discount, which is 40,000 INR (approx. 490 USD). The fee is charged prior to the start of the course. The payment covers access to E-learning courses, exam, and administration. 

Other discount can be also applied if you meet the requirements below. If you are eligible for the discount, please feel free to contact us

32% discount (34,000 INR (approx. 415 USD)) for: 

  • Students 
  • NGOs 
  • Government employees 
  • Micro and small size companies 
  • IIT Hyderabad Alumni 
  • Medium and large companies: Groups of up to 50 people 

20% discount (40,000 INR (approx. 490 USD)) for: 

With the completion of online modules, exercises and exams, participants will receive a course certification.  Contact Us 

  • RRMA Members 
  • Medium and large companies: Groups of people 50 or more 


With the completion of online modules, exercises and exams, participants will receive a course certification.  

Contact Us 

Email: (Please indicate E-learning course in the email subject) 

For more information, download the course brochure


The registration for the Spring Course 2024 is now open. To register for the course, click the following button. For further inquiries, please contact us through our contact form. Thank you.  

Check our New Certificate course, 'Basics in Chemical Safety Assessment' by IIT Hyderabad (Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad) and GPC (Global Product Compliance)