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  1. Day two welcome

    Melanie Rybar Melanie Rybar
    Regulatory and Compliance Analyst, Enhesa Product, USA
  2. Session five: Developments in North America
  3. Cosmetic framework in the USA

    • Review of current US FDA law governing cosmetics
    • Review of state  laws/ regulations governing cosmetic ingredients and products-including animal testing
    • Review of key proposals of Pending Federal Legislation that would change federal laws
    • Review of Federal and state laws that impact cosmetic product claims
    • Review of  Federal and State approaches to use of Cannabis and CBD’s in cosmetic product
    Sharon Blinkoff Sharon Blinkoff
    Senior Counsel, Locke Lord LLP, US
  4. Cosmetic framework in Canada

    • Various regulatory actions taken by Environment and Climate Change Canada
    • Environmental risk from cosmetic products, specifically related to microbeads, triclosan and VOCs
    • Overview of Canada’s Chemicals Management Plan
    Mary Ellen Perkin Mary Ellen Perkin
    Manager - Consumer and Cleaning Products, Industrial Sectors, Chemicals and Waste Directorate, Environment and Climate Change Canada
  5. Over the counter (OTC) drug regulation and reform in the United States

    • OTC monograph drug regulation past and present
    • Impact and opportunity of OTC Reform legislation
    • A look into the future and what to do next
    Jennifer R. Martin Jennifer R. Martin
    Director – Regulatory Affairs - North America and Global Skin Health, Colgate-Palmolive, US
  6. California's ingredient disclosure law

    • California has two laws that address ingredient disclosure for cosmetics; the safe cosmetics act and the cosmetic fragrance and flavour ingredient right to know act.
    • These laws require manufacturers of cosmetics containing any of a wide variety of chemicals listed on specified lists to disclose this information to the CA Department of Public Health (CDPH)
    • CDPH has a web-based database that allows for reporting by manufacturers
    Karl Palmer Karl Palmer
    Chief, Safer Consumer Products Branch, California Department of Toxic Substances Control
  7. Ingredient disclosure developments in New York

    • Overview of New York programmes relevant to ingredient disclosure and cosmetics 
    • Areas in which New York’s laws deviate from federal standards 
    • Timeline for programmes under development 
    Emily Dominiak Emily Dominiak
    Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC), New York
  8. Q&A

  9. Five minute break

  10. Round-table  Ingredient transparency panel - industry and stakeholders perspective

    With speakers including:

    Martin Wolf Martin Wolf
    Director, Sustainability & Authenticity, Seventh Generation, Inc
    Janet Nudelman Janet Nudelman
    Sr. Director of Program and Policy, Breast Cancer Prevention Partners. Director, Campaign for Safe Cosmetics
    Mia Davis Mia Davis
    VP of Sustainability & Impact, Credo
    Mark Rossi Mark Rossi
    Executive Director, Clean Production Action
  11. Q&A panel discussion

  12. Short break

  13. Chemical Watch platform demonstration

  14. California's volatile organic compound (VOC) regulation for consumer products

    • Regulated products
    • Requirements and exemptions
    • Proposed amendments
    • Penalties
    • Mitigating risk
    Laura M. Duncan Laura M. Duncan
    Principal, Product Law Group, United States
  15. Washington state’s SB 5022 - EPR on packaging for personal care products

    • Context and background for Washington State’s SB 5022 (adopted in 2021):  post-consumer recycled content requirements for packaging for personal care products
    • Specific requirements of the new law, including timeline.
    • Next steps:  Proposed EPR packaging bill for 2022.
    Heather Trim Heather Trim
    Executive Director, Zero Waste, Washington
  16. Round up of US requirements for children’s cosmetics

    • Current safety assessment guidance
    • Safety and regulatory considerations for cosmetics intended for children
    Jay Ansell Jay Ansell
    Vice President Cosmetic Programs, The Personal Care Products Council, US
  17. Q&A

  18. Short break

  19. Session six: Developments in Latin America
  20. Mexico and Central America's cosmetic regulatory framework

    • Regulatory framework of cosmetics; ingredient transparency and labeling requirements
    • Cosmetic versus drug
    • Recent ban on animal testing and efforts made by the cosmetic industry regarding circular economy policies
    Cristina Caro Tovar Cristina Caro Tovar
    Regulatory Attorney - Latin America, Independent Consultant, US
  21. Latin America’s approach to cosmetics vs drugs

    • Definition of concepts within Latin America’s regions
    • Examples of borderline products
    • Final Considerations
    Raissa Havens Raissa Havens
    Regulatory Specialist, UL
  22. Latin America's extended producer responsibilities (EPR) for packaging materials

    • Introduction to packaging waste and related issues 
    • How Latin American countries addressing the environmental concerns caused by packaging: Argentina, Brazil, Colombia and Mexico
    • Specific measures concerning cosmetics packaging
    Cristina Garcia Cristina Garcia
    Knoell Iberia S.L.
  23. How to register a cosmetic in Brazil

    • Classification analysis
    • Differences in registration vs. notification
    Melissa Owen Melissa Owen
    Founder, Ambientelegal
  24. Q&A

  25. Close of virtual conference

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