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Free Event | "The CSS: Key issues and workable solutions"

In association with the legal firm Mayer Brown Akademie Fresenius is bringing to you a brand-new series on the EU's fast-evolving Chemicals Strategy for Sustainability.  

The Series aims at highlighting and discussing the impact the CSS will have on different regulatory areas. It is addressed to the chemical industry and its downstream industries, as they find themselves in an increasingly demanding situation with the impending implementation of the CSS. Together with various stakeholders, we want to work towards practical solutions and envisage practical scenarios. The focus shall be on the central questions: How can Industry cope with the upcoming changes, what are possible scenarios and which coping mechanisms are at hand or need to be developed? 

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Part 1: The CSS: Key Issues and workable solutions +++Free event+++

This session explores the overall idea and impact of the CSS. The focus will be on the key issues for industry. Together with various stakeholders we discuss possible scenarios and ways to react adequately to the upcoming changes.

Chair: Jean-Philippe Montfort, Mayer Brown, Belgium

Speakers: 

  • Otto Linher, European Commission, Belgium 
  • Suzanne Wiandt, Federal Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, Germany
  • Martin Klatt, BASF Germany 
  • Andrew Fasey, Mayer Brown, Belgium

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The complete series

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Who should attend this Online Series?

Professionals working in the fields of:

  • Product stewardship
  • Regulatory affairs
  • Registration and authorisation
  • Ecotoxicology
  • Toxicology
  • Hazard, exposure and risk assessment 
  • Scientific advisory
  • Life Cycle and sustainability assessment expert

Sectors that should take part:

  • Chemical industry
  • Research institutes
  • Authorities
  • Scientific consultancies
  • Professional associations

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