This training is aiming to give you the basic knowledge on how to register biocides in the EU. In a compact format on 2 consecutive mornings, you will be familiarised wit the core principles of the BPR. If you are relatively new to the industry, or you have recently returned to your job after a leave and want to refresh your basic knowledge, this is just the perfect opportunity for you.
This training will enable you to find your way through the process of an endocrine disruptor assessment according to the EU criteria and ECHA/EFSA guidance. If your work includes the assessment of biocidal and crop protection active substances and products, then this workshop will equip you with the necessary know-how and tools.
This cross-sector training course will familiarise you with ecotoxicological concepts and the principles of an environmental risk assessment.
The International Akademie Fresenius MIXTOX Conference will provide the attendees with the opportunity to discuss current regulatory changes and risk assessment and management methods of chemical mixtures. Bringing together relevant regulaotry institutions, as well as stakeholders from industry and the research field, it will provide updates on crucial topics, such as implementing a mixture risk assessment, current EU projects and will be relevant to those working within the framework of the REACH Regulation and Regulation (EC) No 1107/2009 for Plant Protection.
The training will provide hands-on guidance for professionals, who would like to deepen and extend their skills and knowledge on PCNs. It will look at CLP Annex VIII and Dossier generation and submission, as well as national specifics, regarding PCN submissions. Become your company’s pro for PCNs.
During this training course, you will receive an introduction to toxicology and gain insight into the associated legislation. In addition, the methods for estimating the risks of substances and relevant information sources are discussed.
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 the research sector. This event is of interest to anyone involved in the assessment of pesticides in air, soil and water.
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