Here is What You'll Learn
Data requirements for PPP's under Regulation 1107/2009
The webinar provides an overall understanding of the data requirements for plant protection products under Regulation (EC) No. 1107/2009. It goes through all the data requirements section by section, including:
– Structure of the data requirements guidance
– Data required for a new PPP
– Extrapolation between formulations
– Data required for re-authorisation (Article 43)
– Generic dossiers under Article 34
– Data waiving
– Considerations for testing on vertebrates
– Data requirements for each section (identity, physical, chemical and technical properties, data on application, further information, analytical methods, efficacy data, mammalian toxicology, metabolism and residues, environmental fate, ecotoxicology, literature data, classification and labelling)
– Overall costs
– Timelines for dossier preparation
To ensure the most effective training with optimal involvement from the attendees, and encourage attendees to ask questions during the training, places are strictly limited to 30 delegates per webinar.
All registrants to the training webinar will receive a copy of all slides and access to a recording of the webinar for your personal review.
Dr. Irene McGrath
Irene studied Analytical Science at Dublin City University before completing a Ph.D. in Chemistry.
She has spent over 26 years managing Regulatory Departments and working as a consultant for the regulation of plant protection products, biocides, plant biostimulants and fertilisers in the EU. Irene manages the regulatory team of consultants at Kerona Scientific in Ireland, working with clients worldwide.
Dr. Neus Rodriguez Sanchez
Neus obtained a B.Sc. in Biological Sciences and M.Sc. in Aquaculture from the University of Valencia in Spain, before completing her Ph.D. on the development of computational approaches (e.g. QSARs, structural alerts) and in vitro methods to assess the toxicity and bioaccumulation of organic chemicals in aquatic organisms at John Moores University in Liverpool (UK). Neus began working as a regulatory ecotoxicologist for the UK’s Chemicals Regulation Division, where she assessed the ecotoxicity of plant protection products and biocides. Neus is an expert in the risk assessments for the ecotoxicology section and the prediction of toxicity endpoints for use in a regulatory context.
Catherine studied Analytical Chemistry and completed a Masters in Toxicology at Jordan University and has worked for over 12 years as a toxicology and chemistry consultant for the regulation of biocides, plant protection products and REACH in the EU and Middle East. Catherine is an expert in human health risk assessment, toxicology, classification and labelling and chemistry requirements for active substances and biocidal products, working with many different product types over the years.