This section contains an overview of all our events. This is were we keep you updated on all the latest topics in the following areas: Food and beverages, agrochemicals/biocides and other chemical substances, as well as the home and personal care sector. We offer a broad range of seminars, conferences and congresses – many of which have turned into major trade events since we started hosting conferences 20 years ago.
In this course, you will learn how to identify your obligations and how to meet those obligations. The course includes 8 modules that will provide you with everything you need to know about the SCIP database.
What do consumers choose now and in the future? The demands on R&D projects are numerous: sustainable product design, transparent production according to environmental and social standards, ingredient transparency. What path are manufacturers taking beyond the low-hanging fruit? Discuss with our experts how to make your products fit for the future.
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 1-day online workshop will enable you to find your way through the challenging process of an endocrine disruptor assessment according to the EU criteria and ECHA/EFSA guidance. If your daily work includes the assessment of biocidal and crop protection active substances and products from an ED point of view, then this workshop will equip you with the necessary know-how and tools.
Representatives from the regulatory authorities, the plant protection industry as well as from the scientific fields will be talking about QSAR and Read-Across which are currently the most exciting topics in the area of toxicological assessments of active substances in plant protection products.
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