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5-7 September 2017
Nice Acropolis Convention Centre,
Nice, France

10 Member States, EFSA and industry provide the latest guidance to overcome regulatory hurdles & register agrochemical products

1107/2009: where are we now and what does the future hold?

Guidance on registering products under 1107/2009
  • Debate the politicisation of the decision-making process for agrochemical registration with industry and the European Parliament
  • 1107/2009: Is it fit for purpose and what can we learn going forward?
  • Endocrine Disruptors: Latest discussion on the proposed regulation 
  • Renewal of active substances: Avoid delays by understanding new data requirements and waivers
  • Member State insight from: UK, Greece, Sweden, Czech Republic, Netherlands and Austria
Ecotox and efate: Scientific opinions and guidance
  • Opinion on amphibians and reptiles: Hear the results of the public consultation with EFSA and industry feedback
  • Guidance documents: Could they be simplified and what to expect for 2018
  • How can ecosystem services facilitate regulatory decision making?
  • Exposure of soil organisms: New guidance documents and best practice for implementation
  • Spray drift in environmental risk assessments: Characterisation, representation and management 
Impact of horizontal legislation on PPPs

In-depth workshop assessing the interplay between different regulations, including:

  • Hear Member State and industry perspectives on the latest classification and labelling updates
  • Examining the interplay between the PPP regulation and REACH
  • Member State feedback on the Sustainable Use Directive: how is it interpreted?
  • Examining the interplay between the PPP regulation and the Biocidal Products Regulation

The best networking at CIR

400+
Registration Managers, Heads of Ecotoxicology, Senior Scientists, Directors of Regulatory Affairs & Technical Managers
250+
Companies from the agrochemical and chemical industries
12
Member State representatives from: UK, Sweden, Germany, Netherlands, France, Greece, Czech Republic, Italy and Poland

Have a look at the highlights from CIR 2016


Agchem Forum is a part of the CIR conference including Biocidal Products Regulation, REACH and Biopesticides. Across these 4 events, CIR attracts over 400 attendees providing a fantastic opportunity to network with your peers and find out the latest happenings industry.

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