Eighth meeting of the ECHA-Stakeholder Exchange Network on Exposure Scenarios (ENES 8)
20-21 May 2015 | ECHA Conference Centre (Helsinki, Finland)
ENES8 reported on the latest developments to provide the tools to improve supply chain communication on uses between downstream users and registrants. The next phase (2015-2016) in the implementation of the CSR/ES Roadmap and its priorities were also on the agenda.
The principal themes at ENES8 were the following:
- How the different elements of the CSR/ES Roadmap are meant to work together
- Which elements work already
- Where is further development needed
- The review of the second mplementation plan.
- How authorities, manufacturers and downstream users work with the information generated
- How authorities make use of the information from registration (for example, the screening of information for the prioritisation of substances and dossiers for further regulatory processes).
- How enforcement authorities look at exposure scenarios at single company level.
- How other parties work with the information generated/communicated.
- Particular CSR/ES Roadmap elements under development - state of play
- Result of commenting on the lead component identification;(LCiD) method for safe use information, further testing process.
- Downstream user sector safe use mixture information (SUMIs).
- Improvement of sector use maps:
- Use description part (template and implementation aspects).
- Sector-specific worker exposure descriptions (SWEDs) - template, examples, the link between the SWED and the use description part of use maps.
- SpERCs (template, examples, the link between the SpERC and the use description part of use maps).
- ESCom: how companies can start using it in practice.
- Scaling and downstream user chemical safety reports (DU CSRs).
|Opening||Jack de Bruijn, (ECHA)|
|Session 1: How the different elements of the CSR/ES Roadmap are meant to work together.|
|How the elements of theCSR/ES Roadmap work together||Erwin Annys, (CEFIC)|
|Session 2: How authorities, manufacturers and downstream users work with the information generated.|
|How authorities make use of the information from registration.|
|Common screening to identify substances that matter||Chrystèle Tissier, (ECHA)|
|Example(s) from authorities where information provided/not provided lead to decision on which regulatory risk management pathway to take||Gudrun Walendzik, (MSCA Germany)|
|Possible SVHCs. Where exposure data make the difference||Demi Theodori, (MSCA, the Netherlands)|
|Metals' sector experience on how the absence/presence of information has consequences for decision-making in regulatory risk management||Violaine Verougstraete, (Eurometaux)|
|How enforcement authorities look at exposure scenarios at single company level|
|Enforcement authorities' look at exposure scenarios at single company level||Eugen Anwander, (Chemicals Inspectorate, Vorarlberg State Service, Austria)|
|How other parties work with the information generated/communicated and the lessons learnt: Some examples|
|Exposure Scenarios - REACH compliance check for Downstream users||Marianne Lyngsaae, (Brenntag-Nordic)|
|Information gathering from downstream users in the supply chain to prepare for authorisation||Julius Waller, (EPPA)|
|Tonnage Estimation per use||Holger Leidreiter, (Cefic-VCI Tonnage Information Task Force)|
|Use of REACH/CLP information at industrial sites. Outcome of April Workshop and next steps||Monique Pillet, (ECHA)|
|Session 3: Particular CSR/ES Roadmap elements under development|
|Safe use information on mixtures|
|Practical Guide for Mixtures and LCID Methodology .Progress report||Steven Van de Broeck/Donna Seid, (Cefic/VCI Mixtures' Task Force)|
|Downstream user sectors: Safe Use of Mixtures Information (SUMis). State of play and next steps||Marten Kops, DUCC Mixtures' Task Force)|
|Improved sector use maps|
|Improved Sector Use Maps: Status and next seps||Sylvie Lemoine, (DUCC) Improved Use Maps Working Group|
| Update Work Area 2.3 A |
(Sector use maps: Exposure assessment inputs)
|Jan Urbanus, Working Group on Workers' Exposure Assessment Input|
|Specific environmental release categories (SpERCs): Best Practice and next steps||Christian Bögi, CSR/ES SpERC Task Force|
|Update on the revision of the CSA-related ECHA guidance||Celia Tanarro, (ECHA)|
|ESCom Project Version 2.0||Francesca Angiulli, (ECHA)|
|Checking conformity with exposure scenarios|
|Practical Guide for downstream user chemical safety report (DU CSR)||Bridget Ginnity, (ECHA)|
|ECHA – Industry Follow-up discussion on Scaling||Andreas Ahrens, (ECHA)|
|Session 4: Conclusion of ENES8. Next steps to ENES9|
|Conclusions and next steps||Andreas Ahrens, (ECHA)|
|Session A. Improved Sector Use Maps|
|Points to consider|
|Use maps template (draft May)|
|Use maps template guidance (draft May)|
|Group reports from Working Session|
|Summary and conclusions from Working Session|
|Session B. Measuring change.|
|Summary and conclusions (to be added later)|
For specific questions, contact: echa_enes (at) echa.europa.eu
For more information, visit ENES page on ECHA Website