IUCLID for Plant Protection: The story so far

Hosted by TSG Forum in collaboration with Crop Life Europe Electronic Submission Expert Group (CLE eSEG) and the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), the webinar will focus on the implementation of IUCLID for plant protection e-submissions.
8th Dec 2021

Time: 14.00-15.00 GMT

The webinar will commence with CLE eSEG who will share a high-level overview of their practical experience and challenges faced with IUCLID over the last year. Delegates will come away with an understanding of what to expect when preparing submissions in IUCLID, in terms of both time and resource, and recommendations for key aspects to consider.

The second part of the webinar will welcome an EFSA speaker who will provide attendees with a detailed understanding of IUCLID for plant protection, enabling them to be better prepared for the new IUCLID arrangements. EFSA will look at resources available for parties preparing IUCLID dossiers, common issues/questions encountered during dossier preparation and submissions, as well as looking at solutions. Furthermore, EFSA will also address the IUCLID release schedule and planned changes.

Attendees will also have the opportunity to ask questions at the end of the presentations.

Reserve your place at our webinar to further understand the IUCLID platform for PPP use, both as it is today and what the future outlook might be; helping you to prepare for future renewal of approval, new active, basic substance and MRL submissions into the EU.

Topics cover:

  • IUCLID (what to expect) planning and preparation
  • Overview of practical experience to date
  • Ongoing initiatives and industry integration
  • Evolution – future outlook and operational improvements

From this course you will:

  • Anticipate and understand the workloads associated with electronic submissions
  • Understand the challenges faced to date and technical solutions tabled
  • Understand the future outlook for e-submissions
  • Share practical experience with IUCLID with CLE eSEG for continual process improvements
  • Participate in a Q&A session

Who should attend

  • PPP industry representatives responsible for AIR/NAS, MRLs and basic substance submissions in the EU
  • Regulatory managers (industry/competent authorities)