Register now for the Safety Assessment of Cosmetics in the EU • 3 - 8 February 2020 • Brussels, Belgium
High standard academic level course tackling the following
  • What are the key points of Regulation EC 1223/2009?
  • What rules apply for borderline products?
  • What are the current challenges in safety assessment of cosmetics in the EU?
  • Which role does risk perception play in our society and how does it affect the cosmetic industry?
  • What are animal-free alternative methods? What are NAMs?
  • What validated replacement tests do we actually have? How to interpret the results?
  • How to integrate in chemico, in silico and in vitro data with historical in vivo data into a PIF?
  • What in silico methodology is available that is useful in safety assessment of cosmetics and their ingredients?
  • Which role does local toxicity testing play in the safety assessment of cosmetics?
  • Which role does systemic toxicity testing play in the safety assessment of cosmetics?
  • What is NGRA? How to apply this new methodology for the assessment of long-term toxicity of cosmetic ingredients?
  • How to apply NGRA for the assessment of skin sensitization of a cosmetic ingredient?
  • How to deal with nanoparticles in cosmetic products?
  • How to make a PIF for a finished cosmetic product according to the actual EU Regulation?
  • How to make a complete dossier for a cosmetic ingredient to be taken up in the Annexes of the Regulation?
  • What are the packaging requirements under Annex I?
  • How to practically use the Notes of Guidance of the Scientific Committee on Consumer Safety (SCCS)?
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When? How?
  • Monday 3 February to Saturday 8 February 2020, Brussels, Belgium
  • English. No simultaneous translation
  • Complete course notes
  • Full progamme available
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Vrije Universiteit Brussel,
Dept. Toxicology
Laarbeeklaan 103
B - 1090 Brussels, Belgium
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