People interested in seeing how GHS is being used in the EU are likely to be interested in the presentations at
Exchange Network on Exposure Scenarios
The presentations from ENES10 are now available. The meeting focused on the generation of use maps and exemplifying safe use information for mixtures to improve supply chain communication.
SESSION 1. Towards good quality information on the safe use of chemicals: Tools available under the Roadmap.
Improving upstream communication: Sector use maps.
a. Sector use maps library: Content and observations from first submissions. Laure-Anne Carton de Tournai (ECHA)
b. Experience of use maps practitioners: learnings from developing sector use maps. A.I.S.E. experience ‰?? working with the improved template Divina G̀3mez (FEICA) Francesca Angiulli (A.I.S.E.)
c. Practical Limitations of Use Maps in the Plastics Industry Patrick de Kort (EuPC)
d. How improved information included pro-actively can help registrants more convincingly demonstrate the control of risk to authorities? Violaine Verougstraete (Eurometaux)
e. How Chesar can help transferring use map information? H̀©l̀¬ne Magaud (ECHA)
f. Enes tools survey Emma Chynoweth (ChemicalWatch)
Improving downstream communication: Providing good quality exposure scenario information to formulators and end users of chemicals.
g. i. ESCom standard phrases and XML state of play Dook Noij (Dow) on behalf of the ESCom Working Groups
ii. Management of extended Safety Data Sheets by a global Chemicals‰?? Distributor Raoul Tacou (Biesterfeld)
h. Safe use information for mixtures Janice Robinson (DUCC/CEPE)
Parallel discussion sessions.
A. Use maps: Information to registrants.
B. ESCom: Downstream communication to formulators and end users.
C. Mixtures: Safe use information to end users.
Discussion sessions: Use Maps, ESCom and SUMIs. Summary of main points.
Healthy Workplace Campaign 2018-19: Establishing a prevention culture on dangerous substances while targeting specific groups of workers Elke Schneider, Lothar Lissner (European Agency for Safety and Health at Work)
SESSION 2. Towards good quality information on the safe use of chemicals: Evaluation of the CSR/ES Roadmap and ENES.
a. Key findings and recommendations from an evaluation of the CSR/ES Roadmap and ENES. Chris Money,
b. How the future Programme might look regarding action and governance Erwin Annys (Cefic) on behalf of the CSR/ES Roadmap-ENES Coordination Group
Parallel breakout sessions
Theme 1: Engagement and implementation: broadening the community of movers.
Theme 2: Connecting work place risk assessment (under OSH) with REACH exposure scenarios.
Connecting work place risk assessment (under OSH) with REACH exposure scenarios: An SME case study Henri Heussen (Cosanta)
Health and Safety at Work. Connecting workplace risk assessment under OSH with REACH exposure scenarios Alick Morris (DG EMPL)
SESSION 3. Towards good quality information on the safe use of chemicals: The Way Forward
Towards good quality information on the safe use of chemicals: The Way Forward.
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