Program

JUNE 21, 2022 | Tuesday

08:00-10:00
Session 1: Chemicals Strategy for Sustainability – roadmap and enforcement    
Chair : Rodger Battersby, EBRC
25’
Chemicals Strategy for Sustainability – the aims and key priorities    
Sylvain Bintein, European Commission, DG Environment
25’
Chemicals Strategy for Sustainability – pitfalls and opportunities for industry
Volker Soballa, Evonik
25’
Chemicals Strategy for Sustainability – zero tolerance for non-compliance. What are the best practices and key priorities of enforcement?
Katja vom Hofe, ECHA-Forum
25’
Stepping up enforcement, and addressing blind spots – an industry view    
Dunja Drmac, CEFIC
20’
Is the CSS inspiring chemicals management globally?
Sue May Teoh, Chemical Industry Council of Malaysia
10:00-10:30
Coffee break
10:30-12:00
Session 2: Chemicals Strategy for Sustainability – implementation and innovation
Chair : Rodger Battersby, EBRC
20’
Mixture assessment factors – generic approach for unintended combined exposures
Peter Korytar, European Commission, DG Environment
25’
Mixture assessment Factors - pragmatic approach taking into account all data
Arnd Weyers, CEFIC
25’
Safe and sustainable by design – criteria for chemicals and innovation options
Jurgen Tiedje, European Commission, DG Research and Innovation
20’
Safe and sustainable by design – value chain example    
Wibke Lölsberg, BASF
12:00-12:45
Q&A on Chemicals Strategy for Sustainability
All speakers from session 1 and 2
12:45-13:45
Lunch break
13:45–16:00
Session 3: EU REACH revision and polymers
Chair : Julius Waller, EPPA
25’
REACH revision and the practical outcome of the REACH implementation report
Sylvain Bintein, European Commission, DG Environment
25’
ECHA’s contribution to the REACH revision and update on registration
Catherine Cornu, ECHA
25’
Polymer registration under REACH – what are the polymers requiring registration?
Sylvain Bintein, European Commission, DG Environment
20’
Polymers under REACH – an industry perspective
Martin Klatt, BASF
20’
Compare & contrast new chemical notification systems of polymers around the globe. Including shared experience for joint-polymer registration under K-REACH    
Heli Hollnagel, Dow
20’
Interactive roundtable discussion
16:00-16:30
Coffee break
16:30-18:30
Session 4: Advocacy and other impacts on the value chain
Chair : Julius Waller, EPPA
25’
Wake-up call for industry and authorities
Jerker Ligthart, ChemSec
25’
Harmonised CLP classifications – the importance of being earnest on the quality of studies
John Weetman, Intertek Assuris
25’
Alternatives for animal testing, what is the best way forward – an ECHA perspective
Paul Ryan, ECHA
25’
EU/EEA Chemical law and the Single Market – the impact of unilaterally banning of chemicals in the EU
Marcus Navin-Jones, EFTA
20’
Interactive roundtable discussion
18:30
End of Sessions - Day 1