Producers, users and assessors of (agro)chemical products should watch this space for national and international conferences on the regulation and risk assessment of applied chemical substances.
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.
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 research sector. This event is of interest to anyone involved in the assessment of pesticides in air, soil and water.)
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 conference has become an important international meeting for producers, importers and downstream users of biocidal products and will be providing information on the latest regulatory developments as well as on the implementation of the BPR in the various EU member states.
This conference is dealing with the latest developments in the detection of pesticide residues in food according to the respective regulatory aspects. For experts in residue analysis a wide-ranging programme is offered on regulation, method and tool development and monitoring.
Representatives from 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.
Are you involved in substances that affect the human or animal hormone systems? Then you shouldn`t miss this conference! It launches right into the heart of the current debate on the new criteria to identify endocrine disruptors and their implementation. Impulse generators and decision-makers from the authorities, the industry and consulting trade and from research will be “gathering around the table”.
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