The Chemicals Strategy for sustainability (CSS) announces changes to CLP. By now two proposals have been published: 1. Delegated act proposal for new hazard classes. 2. Legislative Proposal for the full Revision of the CLP Regulation. This free Spotlight session will provide you with all the relevant knowledge about the proposal and give you the chance to ask our expert your most pressing questions.
The risk management and ecotoxicological assessment of PPPs, essential to produce compliant products, poses challenges across the entire pesticide industry. This Conference brings together representatives from regulatory and industry backgrounds, as well as political decision-makers to discuss the latest regulatory developments.
Representatives from authorities, the food industry as well as from the scientific fields will be talking about Next Generation Risk Assessment (NGRA) and New Approach Methods (NAMs) for food safety. Hear about the most exciting topics in food safety risk assessment including which methods to use and their restrictions.
This training is aiming to give you the basic knowledge on how to assess PECsoil in the evaluation procedure in Europe. You will be familiarised with the philosophy of the PECsoil guidance documents of EFSA and the related software packages to perform individual PECsoil calculations.
A compact regulatory overview across all important chemical regulation: Biocidal Product Regulation, REACH and EC 1107/2009. Lay a solid groundwork for your regulatory knowledge on endocrine disruptors.
The aim of the Conference is to bring together stakeholders at the EU-level, to exchange on available and upcoming tools in the area of digital and precision applications and work towards a progressive and compliant development of risk assessment and risk management instruments enabling these new application techniques.
This conference has become an important international meeting for producers, importers and downstream users of biocidal products. It will be providing information on the current regulatory developments as well as on the implementation of the BPR in the various EU member states.
For many years, this conference has been the perfect platform for bringing together the scientific, industrial and regulatory communities, dealing with the assessment of pesticide residues in food. Learn about the latest developments in risk assessment, the setting of maximum residue limits as well as regulatory and guideline updates.
Representatives from EFSA, the regulatory authorities, the plant protection industry as well as from the scientific fields will be talking about those topics which are currently the most exciting in the area of toxicology and hazard assessment of active substances in plant protection products.
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