Chemical Industry Regulations 2017

 

DHD are¬†producing the event guide for KNect365’s CIR 2017. The event will be taking place from the 5-7 September 2017 at the Nice Acropolis Convention Centre, Nice, France.

This leading industry event connects industry and policy makers to develop improved regulatory strategies for chemicals, biocides, agrochemicals and biopesticides.

 

4 CONFERENCES IN ONE LOCATION

 

AgChem Forum: Regulatory Frameworks

  • Endocrine Disruptors: An update on guidance development and implementing the new criteria
  • Hear direct feedback from the European Parliament, EFSA, Member States and industry on the future of the agrochemical regulation
  • 1107/2009: Is it fit for purpose and what can we learn going forward?
  • Member State feedback: Hear from UK, Germany, Greece, Sweden, Czech Republic, Netherlands and Austria
  • Discuss and debate the politicisation of the decision-making process for agrochemical registration
AgChem Forum: Environmental Safety
  • Guidance documents: could they be simplified and what is in the pipeline for 2018?
  • EFSA scientific opinion on amphibians and reptiles: hear the results of the public consultation and EFSA and industry feedback
  • How can ecosystem services facilitate regulatory decision making?
  • Hear EFSA and industry feedback on exposure of soil organisms
  • Understand the latest developments on management of spray drift in environmental risk assessments
Biocidal Products Regulation
  • How do authorities process applications for same biocidal products?
  • Perspectives on biocidal product families and how these are currently defined in the BPR
  • Experiences with union authorisations so far and the process involved
  • Understanding the process and challenges authorities face with mutual recognition
  • Best practice for managing dossiers to ensure approval from authorities
REACH
  • REACH 2018: How are Competent Authorities helping SMEs?
  • Beyond the 2018 deadline: feedback from ECHA
  • Data sharing in practice: assessing how improvements can be made to the process
  • ECHA Board of Appeal
  • Safety Data Sheets and Extended Safety Data Sheets
Biopesticides
  • Debating whether data requirements are too harsh?
  • Key traits in producing a successful Biopesticide formulation
  • Representatives from BASF as well as SMEs providing a wide range of industry input
  • Assessing the regulatory challenges in gaining access into South America
  • Discussing if we need to train farmers in how to use Biopesticides

For more information visit: https://lifesciences.knect365.com/cir/