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1 Chemicals Regulation Directorate (CRD) Submission quality and a view on co-operation in the Central Zone Speaker: Jayne Wilder

2 CRD - who we are and what we do Directorate of the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) 2 locations: York and Bootle 250 staff (approx) –180 people based in York –70 people based in Bootle Regulatory project managers, specialist regulatory scientists Policy makers Compliance teams … and others

3 Context The primary aim of CRD is: “ to ensure the safe use of biocides, industrial chemicals, pesticides and detergents to protect the health of people and the environment”

4 Chemicals Regulation – ‘under one roof’ REACH (Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals) Regulation. The Biocidal Products Regulation(BPR) and also ongoing responsibilities under the UK Control of Pesticides Regulations (COPR). Plant Protection Products Directives and Regulations. Detergents Regulations. EU Classification, Labelling and Packaging Regulation.

5 What I had hoped to see Clear continuity between the trials reports, the BAD and the dRR Clarity in how the information provided supports the recommendations being made for the product Well written, critical dRRs that simply require the evaluator to read and comment ‘agreed’

6 Quality of submissions Varied Shocked to find a number with basic flaws and omissions Experiences reported at earlier meetings organised by the Commission and by EPPO continue Workloads now mean little time for regulators to sort it out during evaluation

7 Quality of submissions Clarity about any relevant product history Clarity and consistency between documents on proposed use Explanation of any differences in proposals between cMS Validity of reference products used Clarity of data presentation

8 Things that are difficult Whose decision is it when? Understanding data protection position Ensuring we are clear in our conclusions whilst allowing for MS specific interpretation

9 Moving forward together SANCO/10055/2013 guidance on core dossier and National addenda Project to update BAD guidance to start soon (Be, Fr, De, NL, DK and UK) A project is underway to share information on GEP auditing and processes Would be useful to identify examples of ‘what good looks like’

10 Thank you for your attention Any questions/ideas? Further information Website:


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