Register now for the “NanoHarmony Policy Meeting: European Safety and Sustainability Assessment – Fit for the Future” taking place on 23 May 2023 in Brussels, Belgium!
Innovation requires safety and sustainability assessment to meet the European goals of the Green Deal and the Chemicals Strategy for Sustainability. Internationally standardised test methods are a prerequisite to build people´s trust in safe innovation. OECD Test Guideline are internationally accepted test methods, help overcome trade barriers and hence increase the competitiveness of European industry.
The NanoHarmony project showed a coherent approach on how to achieve the needed test methods for European regulation. Using the NanoHarmony experiences in line with the aims of AMI2030 and the Malta Initiative, we will discuss with you the way forward for a European Test Method Strategy.
This strategy will seek active exchange between European and international stakeholders, setting regulatory priorities and developing test methods for innovative materials. The European Test Method Strategy will lead the way forward to safe innovation and a strong European industry.
You can see the draft agenda of the meeting here.
Why you should attend
Help reach the goals of the Green Deal and the EU Chemicals Strategy for Sustainability
Improve European competitiveness
Overcome trade barriers
Build trust between industry and the public
Strengthen safe and sustainable innovation
Support the European Test Method Strategy
Policymakers and regulators from European Union and member states
Advisors to European MEPs
Industry and representative bodies
OECD representatives and National Coordinators
Representatives of standardisation and metrology bodies
Please apply to register for a place at the workshop HERE.
Places at the meeting are likely to be limited so please register early.
Unfortunately registering your interest does not guarantee a place at the workshop. Delegates will be selected to ensure a balanced representation between countries and stakeholder types.
The deadline for registration is 09.05.2023. Places will be confirmed by email.
Location: Scotland House, Rpt Robert Schuman 6 B, 1040 Brussels, BelgiumREGISTER HERE Add to my calendar