Enviresearch will be exhibiting at Chemical Watch Expo 2017 in Berlin next week. Senior Consultant and Risk Assessor; Emma Grange will be discussing solutions to some of the more challenging scenarios REACH registrants face, in her presentation “Tricky REACH problems…. And how to solve them”.
Over the past few weeks, while we have been reviewing pesticide risk assessment, we have not covered 2 important issues. These are data access and challenging regulatory decisions. These are the final bits of data that I have to present: after this article will come a summary to wrap it all up. It's been quite a journey.
Enviresearch Ltd offers residue study planning and evaluation services, consumer risk assessment and dossier preparation.
Our experienced regulatory staff can provide data gap analysis and expert guidance on how to satisfy registration requirements for dRR residue sections.
Enviresearch has developed in-house capacility to carry out spatially distributed modelling of pesticide and biocide products at scales ranging from the local to the European.
Enviresearch Ltd offers efficacy evaluation, biological assessment dossier (BAD) preparation and trials programme design and monitoring services from an experienced trials manager and regulatory staff.
We have in-depth knowledge of how trials data are generated which provides us with the insight required to most effectively present your data in Biological Assessment Dossiers and dRR Efficacy sections.
In November 2016, EFSA organised a meeting to review 25 years of pesticide regulation since the introduction of the Directive 91/414. James Garratt spoke there on the opinions of consultants on the changing face of environmental risk assessment over the past 25 years (Click for futher information). To gather data for his presentation, James conducted a survey of 25 consultancies to ask for their opinion on how things had changed.