Mapping a path to safer, sustainable chemicals
This two-day summit is aimed at key stakeholders in the chemicals management sector who are interested in making substantial progress in managing chemicals at a global level, especially in addressing roadblocks to the goal of minimising the negative human health and environmental impacts of chemicals. It aims to highlight best practice in chemicals management and give examples of green chemistry.
Day one will focus on what support developing and emerging economies need for managing chemicals; what are the best regulations when compared internationally? What are the best ways of creating impact at a transnational and even global level?
Day two will shine a light on best practice in chemicals management and give examples of green chemistry, particularly involving downstream companies that are trying to tackle hazardous chemicals throughout their products’ lifecycles.
Key topics at the event include
- Global supply chain activities
- Safer substitution and green chemistry
- Successful partnerships in chemicals management and waste
- Demonstrating and measuring progress
- Best practice for regulations globally
- What developing and emerging economies need and want in terms of support for managing chemicals
Who should attend the summit?
- Senior directors with responsibility for managing chemical risks
- Trade association directors
- Senior managers responsible for chemical management at national and international authorities and related agencies
- Leading figures on international chemicals management from:
- academia and institutions
- trade unions
- Service providers
Why should you attend the summit?
- Access a global overview of chemicals management and understand what aspects are critical to progress
- Gain an insight into progress on UN Sustainable Development Goals to 2030
- Connect with regulators
- Listen to regional experts including from South America and Africa
- Be part of a forum that aims to move the agenda forward globally
- Hear about the EU’s Chemicals Strategy for Sustainability directly from the European Commission and regulators
Registration and pricing
This event is free to attend for academics, government representatives, policymakers and NGOs. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register if you belong to one of these organisation types.
Please use this link to register as an industry representative (registration fee: £795)
Exclusive discount for Chemical Watch members
Advance and Essential members are entitled to a discount on all Chemical Watch events.
Advance members will receive 20% discount
Essential members will receive 15% discount
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