Program

Wednesday NOV 14th, 2018

08:00-10:00
Session 5: Authorisation and restriction - theory
Chair
Rüdiger V. Battersby, EBRC
30’
Regulatory obligations and lists in relation to Authorisation and restriction – What is it about and what are the drivers
  • List of registered substances potentially meeting article 57 requirements
  • SIN (Substitute It Now!) List
  • Public activities coordination tool (PACT)
  • Community rolling action plan (CoRAP)
  • Registry of restriction intentions
  • Annex XV - Candidate List of substances of very high concern for Authorisation
  • Annex XVII
  • Annex XIV
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Christian Gründling, FCIO
30’
Substances of very high concern restricted and prioritised by other regulations
  • Prior Informed Consent Regulation
  • Water framework Directive
  • OSPAR
  • POP
  • ...
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Mercedes Viñas, ECHA
30’
Endocrine disruptors – global overview and impact on authorisation processes     » Download (2.49MB)
Nigel Sarginson, ExxonMobil
30’
Lessons learned from the application process and a look ahead     » Download (1.87MB)
Tim Bowmer, ECHA-Risk Assessment Committee
10:00-10:30
Coffee break
10:30-12:00
Session 6: Authorisation and restriction - practice    
Chair
Rüdiger V. Battersby, EBRC
25’
Risk management option analysis - a prelude before deciding on restriction or authorisation; an industry perspective     » Download (2.83MB)
Volker Soballa, Evonik
20’
Organising your business for authorisation and restriction » Download (2.78MB)
Jeff Schatz, Thermo Fisher Scientific
25’
Risk management options in practice – Using the hierarchy of control including Personal protection equipment – how to choose what to use     » Download (2.56MB)[updated 16 Nov]
Leo van der Biessen, Royal HaskoningDHV
20’
Beyond authorisation – my circumstances have changed – challenges and solutions » Download (3.11MB)
Julius Waller, EPPA
12:00-12:45
Q&A on Authorisation and restriction
Chair: Rüdiger V. Battersby, EBRC
All speakers from session 5 and 6
12:45-13:45
Lunch break
13:45-15:45
Session 7: Chemical Control legislation in North America
Chair
Robert Kiefer, REACH24H
30’
Overview of amendments of TSCA including an outline of recent TSCA rule makings;    
  • Prioritization rule
  • Evaluation rule
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Jeff Morris, US EPA
30’
The Early Stages of TSCA Implementation – lessons learned by industry on the process of the First 10 Work Plan chemicals as well as the impact of TSCA rules on industry » Download (2.13MB)
Herb Estreicher, Keller and Heckman
40’
Canada – Canadian Chemicals Management Plan and regulatory contrast between Canada and the USA     » Download (3.06MB)
Dan Bastien, Intertek
20’
Interactive roundtable discussion
 
15:45
End of Sessions - Day 2
15:45-16:15
Coffee break
16:15-19:30
Sightseeing tour
1  Millennium Miracles

Accompanied by a guide, you will walk along the Andrassy Boulevard. This sightseeing tour includes a tour inside the Hungarian State Opera House (except auditorium, since that is under renovation) and a visit to Heroes' Square and City Park. During this tour you will come across impressive, lavishly decorated buildings and interesting gateways.
2  Downtown District 5

Accompanied by a guide, you will walk through District 5; the heart of Budapest - both touristic and political. This sightseeing tour includes a visit inside the marvellous Parliament Building. Visiting the Parliament, passing by the Danube and squares, this walking tour takes you to the inner part of Pest.
3  Jewish Quarter

Accompanied by a guide, you will walk through the Jewish Quarter; the creative heart of Budapest. This sightseeing tour includes a visit inside the Great Synagogue. After visiting the Synagogue, the tour will continue through the interesting streets and squares of Pest towards District 5 and the Danube.
19:30-22:30
Social Event