CRD: Live Online - Biocides Efficacy Workshop
This workshop will be delivered over three morning
sessions, it will help you to develop an understanding of the
regulatory approach to efficacy assessment under the Biocidal
Product Regulation (BPR). It will provide a general overview of how
to identify the correct efficacy data requirements for a product
and, in some cases, how this may be different from the requirements
for an active substance. The course will then address how to
generate and present appropriate data to meet these requirements.
There will also be sections dedicated to some specific product
types (or groups of product types) for which significant interest
has already been expressed. There will be worked examples of
labels, justifications, and data packages to help attendees to
recognise common problems and best practice, as well as a number of
discussion opportunities to allow attendees to raise key issues and
The course will cover:
- Identifying the label claims for a product and using the
guidance to find the correct data requirements for these
- Generating and presenting data to meet these
- Options when guidance is limited or
- Product type (PT) specific considerations and
requirements for: PT 1 - 5 (Disinfectants), PT 18 (Insecticides)
and PT 19 (Repellents and Attractants)
- Specific common issues for other product
- Efficacy data requirements for product
- Efficacy data requirements to demonstrate that a
co-formulant is not an active substance in a product
- Question and answer sessions
Download the programme for the day here.
Who should attend?
The course is suitable for all those involved in the
creation and submission of an efficacy data package for biocidal
product applications, including test houses, applicants,
consultants, etc. The course will focus on helping attendees to
understand how dossiers are viewed from a regulator's perspective.
No prior experience is assumed; the course would provide both a
good starting point for beginners and an opportunity to develop and
update the knowledge of those experienced in producing
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
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.
The cost of this course is £670 (plus VAT) per
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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