ETI kindly invites you to the 5th session of its cycle of workshops on “How to contribute to EU legislative and regulatory policy-making with socio-economic analysis”.
Session #5 on Wednesday 21 April 2021,
"Socio-economic analysis in the context of the classification and labelling of hazardous substances"
Providing socio-economic data in the context of derogation for biocides is a formal requirement on the basis of the Biocidal Products Regulation. Other regulatory processes in the context of the BPR as well as the Plant Protection Products Regulation do not formally require a specific format (as for REACH restrictions. A full-fledged SEA is however welcomed by authorities and in our experience can provide genuine added value to the ; We will provide practical advice on how to prepare a solid SEA based on the experience and methodology developed under REACH.
21 Apr 2021 @ 11:00 am
21 Apr 2021 @ 12:30 pm
Duration: 1 hours, 30 minutes