Program

JUNE 22, 2022 | Wednesday

08:00-10:00
Session 5: Authorisation and restriction – theory
Chair : Voker Soballa, Evonik
20’
Regulatory obligations and lists in relation to authorisation and restriction – What is it about and what are the drivers    
Christian Gründling, FCIO
20’
Reforming the authorisation and restriction process
Ludovica Rossi, European Commission, DG Growth
20’
Extension of the generic approach for risk management
Sylvain Bintein, European Commission, DG Environment
20’
A new approach to restrictions under REACH; how can authorisation and restriction become a key driver for substitution
Steven van de Broeck, CEFIC
20’
Amending REACH Article 57.f (definition criteria of SVHC)
Katinka van der Jagt, ECHA
20’
Carcinogenicity classification of inert particles – a must?
Rodger Battersby, EBRC
10:00-10:30
Coffee break
10:30-12:15
Session 6: Authorisation and restriction – practice    
Chair : Voker Soballa, Evonik
20’
ECHA’s experience on authorisation and restrictions and what industry can do (more) pro-actively
Simone Doyle, ECHA
20’
Ready for restriction – an industry case study
Sven Gestermann, Plastics Europe
25’
Analysis of Alternatives – what is a suitable and credible substitution?
Julius Waller, EPPA
20’
Approaches to chemical safety assessment for authorisation and restriction
Leo van der Biessen, Royal HaskoningDHV
20’
Risk management measures as an outcome of the exposure assessment – an industry perspective   
Erika Kunz, Clariant
12:15-13:00
Q&A on Authorisation and restriction
All speakers from session 5 and 6
13:00-14:00
Lunch break
14:00–16:00
Session 7: Essential uses and PFAS    
Chair : Meglena Mihova, EPPA
25’
Essential use – current application within the EU, outlook and considerations
Cristina de Avila, European Commission, DG Environment
25’
Essential use – technical and controversial aspects
Steven van de Broeck, CEFIC
25’
PFAS restriction in Europe – initial findings
Martijn Beekman, National Institute for Public Health and the Environment The Netherlands
25’
PFAS restriction developments in the U.S., Canada and the Asia Pacific
Herb Estreicher, Keller & Heckman
20’
Interactive roundtable discussion
16:00
End of Sessions - Day 2
16:00-16:30
Coffee break
16:30-19:15
Sightseeing tour | A guide will be attached to all 3 option tours
1  Royal London

Take a royal walk through Westminster and St James'. Admire royal buildings, interesting gateways, and get to pass by many iconic and historical places like Buckingham Palace, the Mall, Downing Street, Westminster Abbey.
2  The Secret City

Explore the most historic part of the capital. Thread your way through an intricate network of narrow alleys and cobblestone lanes, pass by places like the Leadenhall Market and St Paul’s.
3  Covent Garden Byways

Feel London in your veins. Join in the walk through vintage London with its 18th-century gas-lit lanes, an ancient square and the oldest theatre in London. It’s much-loved and it’s where the heart of this great city beats.