Tīmekļa semināri

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. 

REACH 2018 Get organised with your co-registrants - SIEF management and data sharing
2 marts 2016
11:00 - 12:00 Helsinki time

 

Description
This is the third webinar of a series focusing on practical information to successfully register by the deadline of 31 May 2018.
If you register a substance for the first time and you do not have previous experience in substance information exchange forum (SIEF) activities and data sharing, you will find this webinar particularly useful. It will give you an understanding of the tasks that the SIEF needs to undertake to prepare a registration dossier. 
If your substance has already been registered but you will join the existing registration only by 2018, you will find useful information about fair, transparent and non-discriminatory data and cost sharing.
Finally, the webinar will include a Q&A session where we will address outstanding issues related to the topic.
 
Date
2 marts 2016
11:00 - 12:00 Helsinki time
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How are substances screened and shortlisted?
17 februāris 2016
14:00 - 16:00 Helsinki time

 

Description

ECHA and Member State Competent Authorities are now in the third year of common screening. In late January every year approximately 200-300 substances are earmarked for manual screening by Member State experts based on an extensive set of algorithms to identify substances that may pose risk to human health or the environment. The short listed substances are grouped in terms of both the suspected hazardous properties and also the REACH/CLP regulatory process that may be the optimal next step. ECHA has recently written to nearly 1 500 companies informing them that their registration dossiers may soon be manually examined by Member State experts to confirm the need for further regulatory action. This webinar will explain the screening process, its timelines, and the criteria for short listing. The webinar will also explain how registrants can influence the manual screening process by updating their dossiers and how they could obtain more information on common screening.

Date
17 februāris 2016
14:00 - 16:00 Helsinki time
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Applications for authorisation: How to respond during public consultation
10 februāris 2016
11:00 - 12:30 Helsinki time

 

Description

This webinar focuses on identifying and sharing best practice on how to provide information on alternatives. The webinar will also inform how the public consultations in applications for authorisation work in general. The webinar is based on lessons learned from over 50 consultations carried out so far. It also gives an opportunity for ECHA to get feedback to further develop the consultation process.

The webinar will consist of a presentation from ECHA followed by a panel discussion with Frida Hök from the International Chemical Secretariat (Chemsec), Hugo Waeterschoot from the European Association of the Metals Industry (Eurometaux), Jan Ahlskog from Finsbury International Policy & Regulatory Advisers (FIPRA) and Julius Waller from EPPA.

 

Date
10 februāris 2016
11:00 - 12:30 Helsinki time
Agenda
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