Program

June 20, 2022 | Monday

07:30-9:00
Workshop:REACH (EU, UK, Turkey) registration IT Tools
A workshop with hands-on experience on REACH the key IT tools for the registration under various European regimes

Chair: Christian Gründling, FCIO
- IUCLID: The main content and interfaces
- EU REACH registration journey including Chesar
- UK REACH registration journey - Comply with UK REACH
- Turkey KKDIK registration journey - Chemicals Registration System
- Q&A

Alexandros Tsiaousis, Trasys
Soile Niemi, ECHA
Jen Preen, DEFRA
Ahu Çekim Ministry of Environment Urbanization and Climate Change

09:15-11:00
Seminar 1: United Kingdom; UK REACH implementation aspects    
Chair : Angélo Blanken, Royal HaskoningDHV
25’
UK REACH – regulatory overview, responsible authorities, registrations processes and data requirements    
Keith Bailey, DEFRA
20’
UK REACH – authorisation and restrictions and the link to EU REACH    
Colette Gilkes, DEFRA
20’
Functioning of substance groups: challenges and expectations
Silvia Segna, CIA
20’
Data Sharing Across Chemicals Regulations – UK REACH, EU REACH, Turkey KKDIK and more
Frederik Johanson, REACHLaw
20’
Switzerland – regulatory overview and comparison with the UK – practical experiences from a national chemicals legislation in the middle of EU legislation
Dag Kappes, Federal Office of Public Health Switzerland


11:00-11:30
Coffee break
11:30-13:10
Seminar 1: United Kingdom; Enforcement, food contact and cosmetics
Chair : Angélo Blanken, Royal HaskoningDHV
20’
Enforcement Liaison Group – focus areas in the UK

15’
UK regulations for food contact
Tim Chandler, FSA
25’
Global food contact regulations – an overview    
Uli Wietschorke, WTConsulting
15’
UK regulations for cosmetics

25’
Global cosmetics regulations – an overview



13:10-13:30
Q&A
13:30-14:30
Lunch break
14:30–16:15
Seminar 2: Data driven regulatory roadmap – approaches
Chair : Alexandros Tsiaousis, Trasys
20’
One substance one assessment – a coordinated approach
Peter Korytar, European Commission, DG Environment
25’
The chemical universe – an ECHA perspective. Transparency and grouping as an effective tool for prioritisation by authorities
Paul Ryan, ECHA
20’
Grouping as an effective chemicals management tool – an industry perspective
Nicholas Ball, Dow
20’
The Open Chemical Platform initiative
Andrej Kobe, European Commission, DG Environment
20’
OECD tools for chemicals data management – including read across guidance
Patience Browne, OECD


16:15-16:45
Coffee break
16:45-18:25
Seminar 2: Data driven regulatory roadtrip – directions
Chair : Alexandros Tsiaousis, Trasys
25’
Suggestions how industry can manage chemical regulatory risks    
Mark Herwig, Raytheon Technologies
25’
How to track new and updated regulations – including how to communicate regulatory information throughout your business (internally and externally)    
Clarine Wagemaker-Sieger, Altana
30’
Data requirements and development of a global test program
Joyce Borkhoff, Intertek Assuris
20’
Artificial Intelligence – an interesting tool for your substitution toolbox
Vincent Franken, Findest


18:25 - 18:45
Q&A
18:45
End of Pre-Conference Day
19:15
Welcome reception
supported by : RoyalHaskoningDHV