On June 21-22, 2017, the International Council of Chemical Associations’ Long-Range Research Initiative (ICCA-LRI) is organizing its 12th workshop in collaboration with the European Commission Joint Research Centre (JRC) in Como, Italy to explore the question: “How can fit-for-purpose exposure assessments best be integrated into risk-based decision making?”
To keep up with the demand for developing risk evaluations of chemicals and chemical products, new risk-based decision constructs have been developed globally, over the last several years. These new approaches offer considerable promise for use in risk-based priority setting, screening and more complex decision contexts.
Through a series of plenary and panel discussion sessions, and a poster session, the 2017 ICCA-LRI workshop will focus on the following topics:
► Challenges and opportunities for integrating Exposure Science
► Advances in Exposure Science for screening level risk evaluations
► Advanced approaches for Risk Assessment and the next generation of Exposure Science
This workshop will promote common understanding of the opportunities (and challenges) in advancing fit-for-purpose exposure science tools to accelerate risk-based assessments of chemical products.
Please download the attached flyer for more details and specific themes. Registration will be opening soon!
For more information, please contact the ICCA-LRI Workshop Coordinator at LRI_Workshop@icf.com. For information regarding previous ICCA-LRI workshops click here.