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Dossier Preparation for Biocides

14 - 15 November 2018

Radisson Blu Edwardian Grafton, London

The course is designed to provide an insight into the BPR and to help individuals gain a better understanding on how this Regulation will regulate these types of products in the future. It will provide guidance through a combination of taught sessions and practical exercises on developing data packages, undertaking risk assessments and producing biocides dossiers.

The course will include a number of practical examples and will involve delegates working in teams to navigate the regulatory hurdles presented by the BPR.

With a career focused on biocides, Piet Blancquaert has more than 25 years of industry experience concentrated on European and Worldwide Regulatory Affairs. Piet’s work has included working for ISK Bioscience, where he was responsible for plant protection products, and Janssen Preservation and Material Protection where he dealt with the global regulatory affairs for both biocidal and plant protection products.

  • Gain an understanding of the the BPR and its implications for the biocide industry
  • Understand what the practical requirements are for developing a dossier
  • Formulate regulatory strategies that achieve first class regulatory performance and compliance
  • Gain a basic understanding of efficacy, environmental fate, ecotoxicology and toxicology requirements of the the BPR and how these interact
  • Recognition of how a strong understanding of the use of a biocidal product is critical in being able to develop a meaningful dossier
  • Take away practical advice on how to produce and compile a dossier

This course will be vital for you if you are involved with biocides either as:

  • Active substance manufacturers, with obligations to submit dossiers or manage dossiers through the evaluation process
  • Biocidal product formulators who will need to apply for product authorisations
  • Regulators who want to gain a greater understanding of the use of biocides
  • Academics with interests in the field of biocides, risk assessments and product approvals.

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