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.
This Conference will aim at discussing and evaluating the possibilities of developing a more sustainable chemistry and chemical production. Together with speakers from the regulatory, industrial, and scientific communities we want to discuss the EU green deal and its implications for the chemical industry.
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”.
International experts from the authorities, the industry, as well as from research institutes will provide you with up to date information on the latest developments in ecotoxicological risk assessment and risk management of pesticide products within and outside of the EU. Join the conference and discuss your questions and opinions with international colleagues.
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 course will provide you with in-depth knowledge on how to submit your biocides dossier using the ECHA Iuclid software. Using hands-on exercises, it will take you through the dossier preparation step by step, including the R4BP 3 and the SPC Editor.
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.
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