In order to get a product authorised, pesticide manufacturers have to check and assess whether the health of all those who come into contact with this product when distributing it really is guaranteed, assuming it is used as intended. The fifth international Fresenius Conference "Worker, Operator, Bystander and Resident Exposure and Risk Assessment" will be discussing all the latest regulatory, biological monitoring and risk mitigation questions. This conference will be taking place in Mainz (near Frankfurt)/Germany on 6 and 7 December.
The organiser has been able to win the support of many acclaimed experts from the authorities, the research sector and the industry both at home and abroad for this event – which will not only be highlighting the current legal situation within the European Union but also exposure assessments for epidemiological studies. In addition, the current provisions on the labelling of pesticides contained in the ISO and EN standards are also on the agenda for discussion.
- Clare Butler Ellis, Silsoe Spray Applications Unit, Great Britain
- Neil A. Byron, Exponent, Great Britain
- Hugh Dawick, HSE Chemicals Regulation Division, Great Britain
- Julien Durand-Réville, French Association of the Crop Protection Industry (UIPP)
- Karen Galea, Institute of Occupational Medicine (IOM), Great Britian
- Antonio F. Hernandéz-Jerez, University of Granada School of Medicine, Spain
- Denise Kurth, Federal Institute for Risk Assessment (BfR), Germany
- Alistair Morriss, DowDupont, Great Britain
- Christina Pieper, Federal Institute for Risk Assessment (BfR), Germany
- Dirk Rautmann, Julius Kühn-Institut, Germany
- Markus Röver, Federal Office of Consumer Protection and Food Safety (BVL), Germany
- Anugrah Shaw, University of Maryland Eastern Shore, USA
Full programme details will be available shortly: www.akademie-fresenius.com/2560
Dates: 6 and 7 December 2018