Producers, users and assessors of (agro)chemical products should watch this space for national and international conferences on the regulation and risk assessment of applied chemical substances.
Are you involved in substances that affect the human or animal hormone systems? Then you shouldn`t miss this conference! It launches right into the heart of the current debate on impact assessment aimed at defining standard criteria and the general consensus on identifying endocrine disruptors. Impulse generators and decision-makers from the political field, the regulatory area, research, the industry and the consulting sector will be “gathering around the table”.
This conference aims at providing compact and relevant information on the current issues regarding the recent changes in the regulation, as well as the ecotoxicological and toxicological evaluation of substances in nano forms. Geared to the requirements and challenges the chemical industry, research institutes, laboratories and regulatory facilities are currently facing, it offers an overview on important topics, such as regulatory issues, the characterisation of nano forms, grouping and the exposure routes for humans and the environment.
Experts from European and domestic authorities, from the industry, as well as from research institutes will provide you with up to date information on the developments in ecotoxicological risk management of pesticide products within and outside of the EU. Join the conference and discuss your questions and opinions with international colleagues.
Does your work involve the safe handling of pesticides? Are you required to implement the current EFSA Guidance Document on the assessment of exposure for workers, operators, bystanders and residents in risk assessment for plant protection products? Or do you have to deal with risk mitigation measures? Then this conference is guaranteed to be of interest.
For many years now, this conference has been a major event in the plant protection industry. Listen to the various viewpoints represented by the authorities, the industry and research sector. This event is of interest to anyone involved in the assessment of pesticides in air, soil and water.
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