Introduction: Operator, Resident, Bystander, Worker Exposure Risk Assessment

This training is aiming to give you the basic knowledge on operator, resident, bystander and worker exposure risk assessment in the context of Regulation 1107/2009, with a description of principles of the non-dietary exposure assessment and in an introduction to the 2014 and 2021 EFSA Exposure Guidance.

09.02. — 10.02.2023
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Overview

This training is aiming to give you the basic knowledge on operator, resident, bystander and worker exposure risk assessment for plant protection products, with a basic description of principles of the non-dietary exposure assessment and in an introduction to the 2014 and 2021 EFSA Exposure Guidance. This will be delivered virtually in a compact format of two intensive half-days with the opportunity to ask questions.

Learning Objectives

  • Learn significant changes from the 2014 and 2021 model/guidance and from a demonstration of its use through some worked examples
  • Learn from outdoor and greenhouse use in operator exposure risk assessment
  • Learn from an explanation of exposure pathways and from refining the model(s) in residents and bystanders risk assessment
  • Learn from refinement options including DFR studies in workers risk assessment

Who should attend this training?

Professionals working in the fields of:

  • Human exposure & risk assessment
  • Research & development
  • Toxicology
  • Registration
  • Marketing & distribution
  • Product stewardship & responsible care
  • Human/Consumer safety – crop protection

Sectors that should take part:

  • Agrochemical industry
  • Professional associations
  • Consultancies

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Programme

PLEASE NOTE: The indicated times refer to Central European Time CET.

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Thursday, 9 February 2023 | 10:00 – 14:30
The Experts

Neil A. Byron, Exponent, UK
Jenny Chan, Exponent, UK
Maria L. Pellizzaro, Exponent, UK

9:45
Login Time
10:00
Welcome address by the organisers and introduction by the trainers
10:15
Principles of the non-dietary exposure assessment and introduction to the 2014 and 2021 EFSA Exposure Guidance
  • Historical look at how the assessment approaches have evolved, leading to EFSA’s guidance documents
  • Reference doses, routes of exposure and absorption
  • Overview of EFSA’s 2014 and 2021 guidance documents
11:15
Short break
11:30
Operator exposure risk assessment
  • Outdoor and greenhouse use
  • Scope and limitations of the models
  • Refinement options
  • Worked examples
14:15
Questions and answers
14:30
End of the first day


Friday, 10 February 2023 | 10:00 – 14:10
9:45
Login Time
10:00
Introduction by the trainers
10:10
Resident and bystanders risk assessment
  • Definitions of these groups
  • Explanation of exposure pathways
  • Refining the model(s)
  • Worked examples
11:55
Short break
12:10
Workers risk assessment
  • Definition and tasks
  • Routes of exposure
  • Refinement options including DFR studies
  • Worked examples
13:55
Questions and answers
14:10
End of the online training

Speakers

Name

Company

Byron

Neil. A. Byron

Exponent, UK

Neil A. Byron, is working as a Senior Managing Scientist in Exponent UK’s Health Sciences Center for Chemical Regulation and Food Safety. Prior to joining Exponent he was with the UK’s CRD for 18 years. He is a human exposure assessment specialist, having over 25 years of experience in exposure and risk assessment of PPP and is currently involved with the industry’s SeedTropex task Force who are developing a new exposure model for seed treatment.

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Jenny Chan

Exponent, UK

Jenny Chan is a Senior Scientist for Chemical Regulation and Food Safety at Exponent in Harrogate. Her expertise and knowledge includes the application of a range of human health exposure models recognized within the European Union and individual Member States for plant protection (Regulation (EC) No 1107/2009), biocidal (Regulation (EU) No 528/2012) and industrial chemical (REACh) exposure risk assessments. She has broad experience with performing and preparing registration dossiers of human health exposure risk assessments for professional and consumer products covering the spectrum of Product Types within the biocidal regulation. During her time at HSE CRD, she represented the UK at Expert Working Groups and delivered technical training and seminars to stakeholders and EU Member States experts for plant protection and biocidal products.

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Pellizzaro

Maria L. Pellizzaro

Exponent, UK

Maria L. Pellizzaro is Managing Scientist at Exponent and has extensive knowledge of many in silico toxicology methods (QSAR). She also has experience in a wide range of human health exposure models for pesticides, biocides and industrial and consumer chemicals, for use both at European Union and individual Member State Level. She has developed strategies to address specific regulatory toxicology and exposure concerns, which have included the use of higher tier exposure assessment approaches.

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Venue

Online Training
This training is going to be held online.
Your Hotline for technical questions:
Phone : +49 231 75896-50
Email: infoakademie-fresenius.de
www.akademie-fresenius.de

Prices & Services

Participation Fee: € 795.00 plus VAT.

The registration fee includes the following benefits:

  • Participation in the Online Event
  • Event Documentation (available via download from our website)
  • Certificate of attendance

Representatives of an authority or a public university are therefore eligible for a reduced fee of € 595.00 plus VAT per person (please provide evidence). The reduced fee cannot be combined with other rebates.

Group Reductions
For joint bookings received from one company we grant a 15% discount from the third participant onwards.

Terms of Cancellation / Book without Risk
You can cancel your participation in our online events free of charge and without giving reasons in writing up to 1 week before the start of the event. In the case of later cancellations and non-login to the online event, no participation fees can be refunded.
In this case, however, you will receive access to the documentation after the event.
You can name a substitute participant free of charge at any time.

Sabine Mummenbrauer

Your Contact

Sabine Mummenbrauer
Programme and conceptual design

+49 231 75896-82
smummenbrauerakademie-fresenius.de

Sabine Mummenbrauer

Your Contact

Sabine Mummenbrauer
Programme and conceptual design

+49 231 75896-82
smummenbrauerakademie-fresenius.de

Sabine Mummenbrauer

Your Contact

Sabine Mummenbrauer
Programme and conceptual design

+49 231 75896-82
smummenbrauerakademie-fresenius.de

Danielle Sörries

Your Contact

Danielle Sörries
Organisation and participant management

+49 231 75896-74
dsoerriesakademie-fresenius.de

Danielle Sörries

Your Contact

Danielle Sörries
Organisation and participant management

+49 231 75896-74
dsoerriesakademie-fresenius.de

Display / Supplement

Present your Company at the Event.

You can personally present your products and services directly to your specified target group. We are happy to provide you with further information on our range of available options – from displaying company information at the reception counter to presenting your company with an exhibition stand.

We would be pleased to assist you personally:

Analisa Mills

Analisa Mills
Phone: +49 231 75896-77
amillsakademie-fresenius.de

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Please contact us:

Katharina Geraridis

Katharina Geraridis
Phone: +49 231 75896-67
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