Use maps - how downstream users and registrants can benefit
15 June 2016 11:00 - 12:30
Use maps provide a harmonised way of describing how downstream users use chemicals. Registrants can use this information as input to their chemical safety assessment. They can then provide relevant and realistic conditions for safe use to downstream users in the exposure scenarios that are annexed to the Safety Data Sheet.
This webinar is of interest for downstream user sector organisations and others who are interested in generating sector use maps. It is also relevant for registrants, who want to incorporate the information in dossiers and for downstream users who want to check that their use is covered. Participants will be guided through the use map formats and learn how the concept works in practice.
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- 01. Use maps and their benefits [PDF] - Andrew Murray, ECHA
- 02. How use maps are generated [PDF] - Mercedes Viñas, ECHA
- 03. Use maps – how registrants and downstream users are involved [PDF] - Bridget Ginnity, ECHA
- 04. Summary and closing [PDF] - Andrew Murray, ECHA