BLC enhance their support services14 September 2012
Complying with international chemical legislation is vital for any business trading products around the world. Failure to do so can incur costly financial penalties, wasted stock and damage to brand reputation. Due to the increasing importance of chemical and legislative compliance, BLC Leather Technology Centre Ltd (BLC) has recruited a new member to the team. Georgina Mawer joins BLC as Trainee Technical Sales Advisor.
Mawer graduated from the University of Lincoln with a 2:1 BSc (Hons) in Forensic Science. She has worked for Boots Contract Manufacturing (BCM) as a Quality Control Analyst and 3M Healthcare as an Analytical Research and Development Analyst.
Her role at BLC will be to support customers with legislation regarding hazardous chemicals including REACH Regulations, California Proposition 65 and CPSIA. Mawer will also manage BLC and client specifications and standards and support the testing team with method development.
BLC are the global leather experts offering a range of testing, training, problem solving and consultancy services to the leather industry.