Introduction to the EU Biocidal Products Regulation

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Wednesday, September 18, 2019
12:00 to 13:45 CEST (Berlin, Paris, Madrid)

In the EU, products such as bleach, disinfectants, preservatives and pest control aids are regulated by the Biocidal Products Regulation (BPR). The BPR has been in force since September 2013 and places obligations on manufacturers, formulators, suppliers and importers of biocidal products and articles treated with biocidal products.

The requirements for compliance with the BPR are complex and the timeframes involved can be complicated. This webinar will introduce you to the core principles of the BPR and give you the background needed to understand customer requests and competitor information.

The content will cover the main terminology, the key processes for marketing under the BPR and points to consider when selling biocides in the EU. A summary of the status of Contec's biocidal products in the EU will also be provided. The webinar will finish with a short Q&A session, with the opportunity for follow-up discussions.

Presented by:

Siobhan Murphy

Siobhan has almost 10 years experience of working in the area of biocides regulatory compliance. Before joining Contec as a Regulatory Specialist in April 2018 she worked for 8 years as a Senior Regulatory Scientist at a UK-based consultancy. Siobhan's projects have included preparation and submission of a number of biocidal active substance dossiers, biocidal product authorisation dossiers, as well as REACH lead registration work. Siobhan is an expert in the IT tools required for biocides submissions in the EU, including IUCLID and R4BP.

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