CRD to hold plant protection product exposure event

A CRD Event: Operator, Bystander / Resident and Worker Exposure Workshop will be held on 22 March 2017.

HSE’s Chemicals Regulation Division (CRD) is holding a one day workshop that will provide training and updated guidance relating to the assessment of exposure to operators, residents/bystanders and workers in risk assessment for plant protection products. The workshop will be held at the Chemicals Regulation Division in York on Wednesday 22 March, 2017. Registration will begin from 9:00 am. The workshop will start at 9:30 am and finish around 4:30 pm. The cost per delegate to attend the workshop will be £430.00 (plus VAT). 

The event is specifically designed for technical and regulatory staff involved in the production and submission of non-dietary human health risk assessments and associated data to HSE.

The day will be a mixture of presentations and practical workshops. 

The following topics will be covered:

  • Operator exposure
  • Resident and bystander exposure
  • Worker exposure
  • Exposure estimation for uses outside the current EFSA (European Food Standards Authority) Guidance
  • Higher tier data
  • See http://www.hsl.gov.uk/crd and complete an online registration form. The closing date for applications is 22nd February 2017.


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