PARC programme launches to improve chemical risk assessment
The European Partnership for the Assessment of Risks from Chemicals (PARC) aims to advance research, sharing knowledge and improving skills for chemical risk assessments.
We participate in the project and expect new data, methods and innovative tools to be developed over the next seven years. These will address challenges in chemical safety and strengthen the EU’s regulatory science and policy making in this area.
PARC is part of the EU’s Horizon Europe programme for the 2021-2027. It brings together nearly 200 partners from 28 countries as well as EU agencies. The project is coordinated by the French authority ANSES.
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APCRA launches new website to centralise information
The international governmental collaboration for Accelerating the Pace of Chemical Risk Assessment (APCRA) has launched a new website to provide information about recent news, publications, case studies and upcoming events linked to the project.
We contribute to APCRA's work, which aims to develop new hazard, exposure, and risk assessment methods and approaches for chemical evaluation.