Timings are in CEST (Amsterdam)
Welcome to all delegates.Peter SchrammeCEO, Enhesa
Identity issues and biocidal products – ballooning scope?
Can you be confident of escaping the biocides net if you don't make a biocidal claim? Or are regulators diving deeper to divine what they consider the true intention?
Let's discuss.Gerard McElweePartner, Fieldfisher, Belgium
Unlock the full value of your compliance and product stewardship with Chemical Watch
Discover the full range of Chemical Watch solutions and get your questions answered at this service presentation and platform demo.Paul ViotInternational Business Development Manager, Chemical Watch
UK Biocidal Regulations
In this session, Simon and Darren will cover:
Simon TillingPartner, Steptoe & Johnson LLP, UKDarren AbrahamsPartner - Chemical and Life Sciences, Steptoe & Johnson LLP
- The new framework for GB Biocidal Products Regulation
- Transition from EU BPR: deadlines, timescales, and next steps
- Data sharing considerations
- Safeguards for industry: challenges and appeals
- Divergence and the future policy drivers for biocides in the UK
Poison Centres and CLP
Caroline Raine will provide a summary of the Annex VIII poison centre requirements, detailing the state of play so far, challenges and top tips for compliance.
In this session we will also look at what changes must be made following an ATP to CLP, the UFI, MIMs and look at the forthcoming deadlines for industrial use mixtures and for those who are benefiting from the till 2025 transition period.
Caroline will also highlight differences between Member States and even how Great Britain and Northern Ireland have implemented this.Caroline RaineTechnical Director, NCEC, Ricardo, UK
Converging regulatory landscape: how the EU Green Deal and Sustainable Chemicals Strategy impact Enforcement & Scope
With the current “all breaks released” regulatory discussions in the EU, pressure on the market place increases. The verdict of “no data no market” becomes even emphasized by the introduction of new criteria in the expected review of the “Directive 2008/99/EC on the protection of the environment through criminal law”.
The Directive stipulates criminalization of serious violations of 72 environmental pieces of legislation in the environmental field and requires effective, proportionate and dissuasive sanctions. This in combination with the EU Market Surveillance Directive and the role of the to be established Chemical Audit Agency, the Refit activities around the EU Environmental Liability Directive, and last but not least EU Taxonomy makes companies worry about how to address the challenges. This speech seeks to exemplify the scope of what is happening.Marcus SchneiderSenior Subject Matter Expert, Product Compliance, Assent Compliance
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