We invite you to register your interest in participating in our conference to help shape international approaches to addressing future challenges in risk governance of nano- & advanced materials. This includes safe- and sustainable by design (SSbD) and harmonisation and standardisation. The conference will comprise two parts:
- In person (by invitation only), at the OECD Conference Centre in Paris on the 24th and 25th January 2023.
- An online session open to everybody on 31st January 2023.
Register your interest to participate via this link https://NMB13-final-conference.eventbrite.com
The main aim of our conference is to ensure that results from our projects are taken up to:
- support the implementation of the Chemical Strategy for Sustainability (CSS)
- address future challenges in risk governance of new- and advanced materials
We will use interactive roundtables to present and discuss our key results and recommendations with a broad international audience of relevant stakeholders. The outcomes from these discussions are expected to complement and support the work of other stakeholders and initiatives on risk governance of nano- and advanced materials, including on the following themes:
- Improved governance practices
- Harmonisation and standardisation approaches
- Data management (and FAIR data)
- Accessibility of tools, instruments and guidance via an online portal
- Effective organisation of risk governance
Why you must attend this conference
The fundamental premise of our projects is that governance must be inclusive. Thus, we are extending an invitation to all stakeholders that can contribute to this discussion and are involved in ongoing initiatives related to the CSS and/or (risk) governance of advanced materials. This includes representatives from NGOs, industry, research organisations, EC, EU Member States and experts from the OECD WPMN, and in particular those involved in:
- (Research) projects in the context of the implementation of the CSS, e.g., projects on SSbD
- Developing harmonisation and standardisation approaches for advanced (nano) materials
- Nanosafety research
- Regulatory risk assessment or method development of new (nano)materials
NB spaces for the in-person event are limited so please register your interest at your earliest convenience.
Organised by the NMBP-13 projects NANORIGO, RiskGONE and Gov4Nano in collaboration with the OECD’s Working Party on Manufactured Nanomaterials (WPMN).