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UL is contributor and accredited training provider of the ZDHC Roadmap to Zero Programme, supporting their vision of widespread implementation of sustainable chemistry and best practices in the textile, leather and footwear industries to protect consumers, workers and the environment.

UL presents ZDHC official trainings with the aim to equip brands and suppliers with skills in chemical management, risk assessments and ways to reduce environmental impact through controlling and treating waste water discharge from factories.

You can consult our ZDHC training calendar, download our brochure or contact us to schedule a private training session for your brand and your supply chain.
Read more about the three official ZDHC trainings below.

 

ZDHC TRAINING: Introduction to Chemical Management

The Introduction to Chemical Management in the Textile Industry training is a 2-day program designed to improve your understanding of Chemical Management. By enrolling for the course, you are signing up for the following topics:

  • Introduction
  • Hazards & Risks
  • Labeling and Communication
  • Chemistry Storage
  • Environmental Impact Mitigation Measures
  • Introduction to Wastewater treatment

 

ZDHC TRAINING: Top 10 Issues of Chemical Management

The Top 10 issues of Chemical Management training is designed to help facilities to understand the key issues in implementing a chemical management system (CMS) and suggest best practice solutions to overcome operational challenges in a factory.

 

NEW TRAINING: Wastewater Management

The intended audience of this course are facilities’ ETP managers and technicians, EHS manager, operational manager and chemical experts, who already have certain knowledge and/or operational background in chemical and environmental management in the textile, footwear and leather industry.
By enrolling for the course, you are signing up for the following topics listed in the overview:

  • Introduction to ZDHC
  • Introduction to ZDHC wastewater guidelines
  • Sampling requirements
  • Root cause analysis and Corrective Action Plan
  • Market Available Effluent Treatment Plan (ETP)

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