Workshop on Socio-economic analysis in applications for authorisation and restrictions under REACH
29 June 2016, 9:00 - 17:00 | Auditorium, Breydel Building, Brussels
European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) and the European Commission (Directorates-General Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs as well as Environment) will organise a workshop on Socio-economic analysis in applications for authorisation and restriction under REACH on 29 June 2016.
This event aims to clarify the role of socio-economic analysis (SEA) under REACH. Key topics to discuss are:
- what SEA does and what it does not do
- why SEA is needed
- what is possible and meaningful to carry out as part of SEA,
- how the opinions of SEAC are derived in practice,
- how SEA is used in decision making and
- how best to communicate SEA related issues and conclusions to stakeholders.
The workshop material will be made public on ECHA's and Commission's websites.
Section 1: Role of SEA in REACH
Section 2(1): Practical implementation of SEA
Parallel poster sessions
Section 2(2): Practical implementation of SEA
- Manol Bengyuzov, European Commission SEA and its role in the decision-making
- Frida Hök, ChemSec Socio-Economic Analysis in REACH
- Erwin Annys, Cefic Challenges in applying SEA to assess applications for authorisation and restrictions, how would the system function without SEA?
- Christoph Rheinberger, European Chemicals Agency Dispell the myths: What SEA is and is not, why SEA is made and what constitutes a good one, how SEA links with the analysis of alternatives and substitution
- Lars Fock, Danish Environ-mental Protection Agency
Comment: Stavros Georgiou, HSE and SEAC SEA in practice: The restriction of leather articles containing chromium VI coming into contact with the skin
- Richard Dubourg, The Economics Interface
Comment: Simon Cogen, SEAC How SEA has been used in practice in applications for authorisation
- Poster 1: Kalle Kivelä, European Chemicals Agency Costs and benefits of restrictions made during the REACH Regulation.
- Poster 2: Sanna Henrichson, European Chemicals Agency Costs and benefits of applications for authorisation thus far – lessons learnt
- Poster 3: Julius Waller and Nina Petrovic, EPPA The cost of alternatives and how they interlink into the SEA – practical experiences
- Philipp Hennig, SEAC How the analysis of socio-economic impacts has influenced the opinions of the Committee for Socio-economic Analysis of ECHA
- Manol Bengyuzov, European Commission Manol Bengyuzov, European Commission Role of SEA and SEAC's opinions in the Commission's authorisation decisions and restriction regulations
The registration to the workshop is closed. Unfortunately, due to technical difficulties, this event will not be webstreamed.
The workshop is targeted to Member States, European Parliament and stakeholders.
For questions about the Workshop, please contact: sea (at) echa.europa.eu