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?
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
Chair : Rodger Battersby, EBRC
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’
Chemical Safety Report – requirements and first experiences with the technical completeness checks
Soile Niemi, 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