The conference aims at providing those manoeuvering through the changing and increasingly complex European regulatory landscape for polymers with a supportive discussion platform and practical information. Bringing together top experts with regulatory and industry backgrounds, it will look at the regulatory challenges and the challenges of testing and assessing polymers. Speakers will come from the regulatory, industrial, and scientific communities.
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Martin Klatt, BASF, Germany
Katrin Schütte, European Commission, Belgium
Martin Klatt, BASF, Germany
Jerker Ligthart, Chemsec, Sweden
Filipe Almeida, European Chemical Industry Council (Cefic), Belgium
Heli Hollnagel, Dow / ECETOC, Switzerland
Monica Locatelli, TEAM Mastery, Italy
David Schaffert, BASF, Germany
Ksenia Groh, Eawag – Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology, Switzerland
European Chemical Industry Council (Cefic), Belgium
Eawag: Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology, Switzerland
Ksenia Groh has been a Group Leader in Bioanalytics at the Department of Environmental Toxicology of the Eawag - Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology since 2021. She has previously worked as Scientific Communication Officer for the Food Packaging Forum foundation and holds a PhD in molecular ecotoxicology from the University of Bern.moreless
Dow Europe/ECETOC Switzerland
Heli M Hollnagel is a EUROTOX registered Toxicologist, working as Regulatory Toxicologist and EMEA Science Leader at Dow Europe. She is also the Chair of Cefic's Polymers Issue Team and Cefic's LRI Issue Team, as well as a member of the ECETOC Scientific Committee.moreless
Martin Klatt holds a PhD in chemistry and is currently the Head of Product Stewardship Dispersions and Resins at BASF. He has been active in the fields of product stewardship and research since 1995 in various positions at BASF. Besides leading the product stewardship group of dispersions and resins Europe at BASF he represents BASF in various associations. He is currently the chairman of the EPDLA (European Polymer Dispersion and Latex Association).moreless
Jerker Lighthart is a Senior Chemicals Advisor for ChemSec. he holds an MSc in chemical engineering and has previously been the project manager for chemicals policy-related projects within ChemSec. Lately, he has been involved in ChemScore, a ranking of the world’s largest chemicals producers on their chemical sustainability performance from an investor’s perspective. Jerker also deeply understands chemical regulation, especially REACH, and previously represented ChemSec in the Member state committee meetings at the European Chemicals Agency. More recently, he participated in the discussions in the CARACAL subgroup CASG for polymer registration.moreless
TEAM mastery, Italy
Monica Locatelli is a Senior Regulatory Consultant, founder and owner of TEAM Mastery. She is listed in the National Register of Certified Toxicologists (RENTIC) and she has almost 20 years’ experience in organizing projects, contracting and monitoring toxicological studies for the registration of hundreds of chemicals under REACH Regulation, as well as the assessment of Biocidal and Pesticide Active Substances and Products.moreless
David Schaffert is Senior Manager - GLP Processes & Polymer REACh at BASF Germany. He has previously held positions as Team and Lab Leader Global Metabolism. He has an educational background in both chemistry and pharmacy.moreless
European Commission, Belgium
Katrin Schütte is a policy officer at the EU Commission's Directorate for the Environment, which she joined in 2014. Her responsibilities cover several aspects of REACH (mainly Registration and Evaluation); in this role she is leading the work on the definition of registration requirements for some polymers as well as the amendment of the information requirements for all REACH-substances following the Chemicals Strategy for Sustainability.moreless
Participation Fee: € 895.00 plus VAT.
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Representatives of an authority or a public university are therefore eligible for a reduced fee of € 695.00 plus VAT per person (please provide evidence). The reduced fee cannot be combined with other rebates.
For joint bookings received from one company we grant a 15% discount from the third participant onwards.
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