Webinars

Webinars are information sessions hosted online, and consisting of presentations, video and other interactive features such as questions and answers, desktop sharing and audio conferencing. Up to one thousand participants can remotely join a webinar at once.

A registration link will be available for each individual webinar closer to the event date and all webinars, including a webinar programme and registration link will be announced in ECHA's weekly e-News.

The webinar programme is subject to change. Exact dates will be confirmed as they become available.

Each webinar will be recorded and later published on the ECHA website. 

Revised REACH information requirements for nanoforms: are you ready?
12 November 2019
11:00 - 13:30 EET, GMT +2

 

Description

Updated REACH Annexes for the nanoforms of substances begin to apply as of 1 January 2020. The updated Annexes introduce new concepts: nanoform and a set of similar nanoforms. The updated REACH Annex VI also defines specific characterisation parameters for the nanoforms of substances.

The first part of this webinar explains what a nanoform is and how to build a set of similar nanoforms. It also explains how to fulfil data requirements for the characterisation of nanoforms. The second part introduces new IUCLID fields for reporting the characterisation parameters of nanoforms and gives some practical examples on how to use the different fields. You will also have the chance to ask questions from our experts.

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Date
12 November 2019
11:00 - 13:30 EET, GMT +2
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What’s new in IUCLID 6.4?
8 November 2019
11:00 - 12:00 EET, GMT +2

 

Description

A new IUCLID will be available on 30 October.

Version 6.4.0 takes into account changes to the REACH Regulation, including new data fields for reporting nanoforms as well as the latest amendments (ATPs) to the CLP Regulation.

It also contains new features for the upcoming database on substances of very high concern in articles (SCIP) and supports the needs of several regulatory authorities, in particular the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), and the authorities managing chemicals in Australia and New Zealand.

The web user interface has also been improved with direct navigation to referenced documents in dossiers, advanced printing options and a more compact document view.

Join the webinar to learn more about the new features and use the opportunity to ask questions from our experts.

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Date
8 November 2019
11:00 - 12:00 EET, GMT +2
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GreenScreen – an effective tool and methodology to compare chemical hazards and identify safer alternatives
28 October 2019
16:00 - 18:00 EET, GMT +2

 

Description

This webinar introduces how the GreenScreen methodology and tool enable you to compare substances on multiple hazard endpoints and rank them according to four benchmarks. You will hear examples of how companies and authorities use it to find safer alternatives to substances of concern.

You will also have the chance to ask questions from the presenters.

 

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Agenda

Timing

Title

Speaker

16:00

Introduction

Adam Elwan, ECHA

16:10 – 16.35

Introduction to GreenScreen for Safer Chemicals

Shari Franjevic, Clean Production Action

16.35 – 16:50

GreenScreen in Government – the case of Washington State Department of Ecology

Brian Penttila, Washington State Department of Ecology

16:50 – 17:05

The business case for alternatives assessment – How HP uses GreenScreen

Cory Robertson, Hewlett Packard

17:05 – 17:25

Applying GreenScreen in the European context

Paul Ashford, Anthesis Group

17:25 – 17:35

Conclusions

Adam Elwan, ECHA

17:35 – 18:15

Webinar open for questions

 

Date
28 October 2019
16:00 - 18:00 EET, GMT +2
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