Webinars

Join our webinars to learn about your legal obligations, get the latest hands-on advice on a wide range of topics and use the opportunity to ask questions from our experts.

Webinars are pre-recorded information sessions that include presentations, videos and other interactive features such as questions and answers.

You can watch each event and join a live Q&A on our home page at the indicated start time. No registration is required.

All webinars are announced on this page as soon as they are confirmed. Subscribe to our weekly news to get updates about upcoming events.

You can find recordings, presentations as well as questions and answers from previous events on this page.

How to search data on substances in the SCIP dissemination portal
02/12/2021
11:00 - 13:00

 

Description

This webinar will explain how consumers, waste operators and article suppliers can make the best use of the SCIP dissemination portal when searching for data on articles containing substances of very high concern that are in the EU market. 

The webinar will be published on our home page on 02 December 2021 at 11:00 Helsinki Time (EEST, GMT +3) and a live Q&A session will be open until 13:00 Helsinki Time. You can send your questions by joining the Sli.do Q&A session directly here or by going to slido.com and entering the event code: #scip21 

Time Title Speaker
11:00 Introduction Eoin Brennan
11.05 SCIP dissemination for consumers Panja Lehtonen
11.20 SCIP dissemination for waste operators Telmo Vieira Prazeres
11.40 SCIP dissemination for article suppliers Clara Rueda
11:55 Conclusions Eoin Brennan
Date
02/12/2021
11:00 - 13:00
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OECD QSAR Toolbox applications for REACH and beyond
30/11/2021
11:00 - 13:00

 

Description

The webinar presents the experience of different stakeholders using the QSAR Toolbox. After a status overview given by OECD, ECHA will present how the QSAR Toolbox results are used and assessed in different REACH processes. The webinar will continue with presentations from academia (Danish Technical University, DTU), governmental organisations (Italian National Institute of Health, ISS; Environment and Climate Change Canada, ECCC; National Institute of Technology and Evaluation, NITE Japan) and industry (Afton Chemical) about their uses of the QSAR Toolbox. 

The OECD QSAR Toolbox is a free software for screening and assessing chemical substances that uses computational methods as an alternative to animal testing. It is used worldwide by over 25,000 users such as regulatory authorities, industry, academia, and non-governmental organisations. The Toolbox is developed by ECHA and OECD. 

The webinar will be published on our home page on 30 Nov 2021 at 11:00 Helsinki Time (EEST, GMT +3). ECHA experts will be available for a live Q&A session open until 13:00 Helsinki Time. You can send your questions by joining the Sli.do Q&A session directly here or by going to slido.com and entering the event code: #qsartool  


You can also send questions in advance for ECHA experts and the other participants to qsar.toolbox(at)echa.europa.eu.

Time Title Speaker
11:00 Introduction ECHA
11:05 The OECD QSAR Toolbox: current status and future developments Patience Browne (OECD)
11:15 QSAR Toolbox in REACH registrations Andrea Gissi (ECHA)
11:25 QSAR Toolbox in support of PBT identification under REACH Doris Hirmann (ECHA)
11:40 Denmark’s experience in screening of substances using the QSAR Toolbox Eva Bay Wedebye (DTU DK)
11:55 The QSAR Toolbox to support the genotoxicity assessment of chemicals: the experience of the Istituto Superiore di Sanità (Italy) Cecilia Bossa (ISS IT)
12:10 Application of the QSAR Toolbox for Ecological Priority Setting and Risk Assessment of Organic Chemicals in Canada Mark Bonnell (ECCC CAN)
12:25 QSAR Toolbox for the evaluation of small production volume new chemical substances under Chemical Substances Control Law in Japan Yuki Sakuratani (NITE JPN)
12:40 Industry perspective: examples of use of the QSAR Toolbox in Afton Chemical Ravi Menon (Afton Chemical)
12:55 Conclusions Andrea Gissi (ECHA
13:00 End of Webinar
Date
30/11/2021
11:00 - 13:00
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Poison centre notifications: explaining the new changes and functionalities
24/11/2021
11:00 - 13:00

 

Description

This webinar details all the latest changes and improvements following the October 2021 release of the poison centre notification (PCN) format and IT solution. We provide more information on the group submission process, as well as cover the coming changes such as the disable submission functionality. 

No registration is required. Watch the webinar on our home page on 24 November at 11:00 EET. A Q&A session will take place from 12:00 to 13:00 EET. You can join it by going to slido.com and using the event code #pcentrenew21 or directly here.  

Time Title Speaker
11:00 Introduction and update of the latest developments Heidi Rasikari, ECHA
11:45 Upcoming changes to the IT solution – cease product vs. disable submissions Claudia Rimondo, ECHA
11:20 Making a ‘Group submission’ Daniele Ape, ECHA
12:00 – 13:00 Webinar open for questions
Date
24/11/2021
11:00 - 13:00
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Completeness checks of chemical safety reports: practical advice
16/11/2021
11:00 - 13:00

 

Description

ECHA started to manually verify the completeness of chemical safety reports on 1 March 2021. After the first months of the new checks, we are now able to provide targeted advice on the most common reasons for incompleteness. 

Join our webinar to hear about our observations and receive useful tips on how to avoid failing the completeness check. Use the opportunity to ask questions from our experts. 

The webinar will be published on our home page on 16 November 2021 at 11:00 Helsinki Time (EET, GMT +2) and a live Q&A session will be open until 13:00. You can send your questions by joining the Sli.do Q&A session directly here or by going to slido.com and entering the event code: #csrtcc

Time Title Speaker
11:00 Introduction Alicia López Tarraga
11:05 Completeness check of chemical safety reports Valerio Ceccolini
11:15 Most common issues related to reporting of hazards and uses Soile Niemi
11:30 Most common issues related to the chemical safety report file Mila Marinovic
11:45 Most common issues related to reporting and assessing article service life Eleni Tsitsiou
11:55 Conclusion Alicia López Tarraga
Date
16/11/2021
11:00 - 13:00
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IUCLID 6 ‘October 2021’ release
10/11/2021
11:00 - 12:00

 

Description

This webinar introduces the latest version of IUCLID 6, released on 27th October.

IUCLID has two scheduled updates a year. This update contains a number of enhanced features to support those who need to submit data for regulatory purposes in the IUCLID format. This applies to jurisdictions both inside and outside the EU.

In this webinar we will present an overview of the important changes in this release of IUCLID. We will provide an update on what has changed with the IUCLID report generator and give an overview of how IUCLID’s default reports can be used. We will also share some guidance on where to find IUCLID’s support material and present a live demo of the main changes.

The webinar will be published on the ECHA website on 10 November at 11:00 Helsinki Time (EET, GMT +2). You can send questions from 11:00 to 17:00 by joining the Q&A session directly here  or by going to slido.com and entering the event code: #iuclidoctober2021

More about IUCLID

Title Speaker
Welcome and Introduction Francois Le Goff
IUCLID Reporting, what has changed and what is available Mark Roberts
IUCLID support material and live demo of new features Robin Allen
Conclusion Francois Le Goff
Date
10/11/2021
11:00 - 12:00
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