CRD - Live Online Workshop: Efficacy Requirements and Assessment under Plant Protection Products regimes in GB and NI
Please email your expression of interest
This workshop will be delivered over 3 morning sessions and will
provide an overview of the efficacy data requirements for pesticide
active substances and plant protection products as specified by the
Regulations in force GB and NI. Particular emphasis will be
provided on generating and utilising regional data packages in
supporting both GB & NI authorisations; and assessment and
presentation within a draft Registration Report (dRR).
The training will be delivered by HSE regulatory specialists and
will help attendees improve the quality of their submissions and
understand how these will be reviewed by the regulator.
The course will cover:
- Active substance requirements and relevant guidance
- Plant protection product data requirements, and key aspects for
each product type (insecticides, fungicides, herbicides,
biopesticides and plant growth regulators)
- Principles of data assessment and presentation in dRR, and the
underlying associated BAD
- Effective use of the dRR in summarising data and supporting
- GB and NI labelling
the programme for the day here.
Who should attend?
This workshop is suitable for attendees with a range of efficacy
related responsibilities. This includes generation of
efficacy trials data, product registration managers, writers of
Biological Assessment Dossier (BAD) and dRR, or more general
regulatory backgrounds seeking an overview of efficacy.
The content is focussed on efficacy related aspects of plant
protection product Regulations in GB and NI and is suitable for
people with differing levels of experience. For the writers of BAD
and dRR, this workshop also provides relevant background as a
comprehensive introduction and/or refresher (depending on
experience) to the CRD companion efficacy workshop 'The
presentation and interpretation of Efficacy trials data in
Biological Assessment Dossiers to support authorisations under EC
Live online course information
All you will need is an internet-connected computer,
laptop or tablet, plus a webcam and microphone. We do not recommend
using a smartphone. Before you book, please check that you meet the
Zoom System Requirements and run a diagnostic test to ensure the
software is compatible with your firewall settings. If this does
not work, try adjusting your settings or contact your IT department
about permitting the website.
£670 (plus VAT) per person.
Please note that all courses must be paid for via credit
card at the time of booking.
Some of our training courses can also be delivered
in-company, please contact us to discuss your requirements.
Telephone: +44 (0)203 028 3704
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