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Cosmetics Business Regulatory Summit 2014: the schedule and topics discussed at the global event in Brussels, Belgium on 17-18 June 2014.
The global news and information group for the cosmetics and personal care industries, Cosmetics Business, hosted the 2014 edition of the Cosmetics Business Regulatory Summit at the Radisson Blu Royal Hotel in central Brussels.
The annual event brings together the leading figures in cosmetics regulation to present the recent issues faced worldwide for legislation compliance as it functions in reality. The summit looks to address how regulation affects the industry on a global scale and provides a platform for debate between various parties within cosmetics. The discussions that occur over the two day event help to ensure that the future of regulation continues to bring practicality, feasibility and relevancy closer to its core.
Delegates and participants are encouraged to bring questions to the event to be answered and clarified.
0730-0830 – Registration
0845-0900 – Welcome
0900-0955 – Keynote
The globalisation of markets: How to comply
Speaker: Professor Philippe Masson – Chairman of the EVIC International Group and Manager of EVIC France Laboratories
0955-1030 – Presentation
Cosmetic product claims: European regulatory framework and common criteria
Speaker: Roman Mokry – Policy Officer at the European Commission
1100-1130 – Regulation in reality
The hard work SMEs go through for compliance
Speaker: Steven L. Hanft, M.A. – President, CONUSBAT Internationalization Services
1130-1215 – An overview
The future of cosmetics regulation
Speaker: Dr Florian Schellauf – Issue Manager, Technical Regulatory Affairs, Cosmetics Europe
1215-1245 – An overview
Regulatory anomalies in the fragmented US market
Speaker: Sharon A. Blinkoff, Counsel, Edwards Wildman Palmer LLP
1400-1530 – Roundtable debate
A discussion on the following belief: “Sun protection labelling should be taken out of the laboratory and into consumer reality”
Chairman: Dr Jack Ferguson – Director, Skinnovation Ltd
Panellist: Dr Marc Pissavini – Director of the Basic & Applied Research, Coty-Lancaster Group
Panellist: Sharon A. Blinkoff – Counsel, Edwards Wildman Palmer LLP
Panellist: Debra Redbourn – dR Cosmetic Regulations UK
1600-1630 – An overview
Global supply: The notable areas in regulatory compliance
Speaker: Debra Redbourn – dR Cosmetic Regulations UK
1630-1700 – An overview
Regulatory anomalies for the Asian Pacific markets
Speaker: Ric Williams – Contract Development Cosmetic/Cosmeceutical R&D Scientist, Cosmepeutics International
1700-1730 – The EU Regulation: A year on
Living with the Regulation from a SME perspective
Speaker: Dr Catherine Renard, Senior Financial Executive, Quatre S Cosmetics
0730-0815 – Registration
0815-0830 – Day one review
0830-0925 – Keynote
How safe is safe enough for market presence?
Speaker: Professor Vera Rogiers PhD Pharm – Head of the Department of Toxicology, Dermato-Cosmetology and Pharmacognosy, Vrije Universiteit Brussel
0925-1000 – Presentation
Animal Testing: The push that's sweeping across the globe
Speaker: Emily McIvor – Policy Director of Humane Society International’s Research and Toxicology Department.
1030-1130 – The EU Regulation: A year on
Regulatory compliance and more… Consequences for cosmetic ingredients
Speaker: Ellen Pfrommer – Head of Product Stewardship & EHS Master Data Personal Care, BASF
1130-1230 – The EU Regulation: A year on
The sticking points and resolutions from a regulator's perspective
Speaker: Sandra Ferretti – Chief Compliance Officer at Obelis s.a.
1330-1500 – Roundtable debate
A discussion on the following statement: “Testing protocols should favour multinationals rather than balancing the marketability of products across the board”
Chairman: Jeffrey A. Quill – Director of Technical Applications, Q-Lab Corporation USA
Panellist: Dr Jack Ferguson – Director, Skinnovation Ltd
Panellist: Ellen Pfrommer – Head of Product Stewardship & EHS Master Data Personal Care, BASF
Panellist: Ric Williams - Contract Development Cosmetic/Cosmeceutical R&D Scientist, Cosmepeutics International
1530-1600 – An overview
Breaking into the Brazilian market
Speaker: Claudia de Lucca Mano, Practicing Attorney and Consultant, De Lucca Mano
1600-1630 – An overview
Breaking into the Eurozone
Speaker: Dr Annelie Struessmann, Technical Director, CONUSBAT Internationalization Services
1630-1700 – The EU Regulation: A year on
How and why some ingredients are banned: does ‘due diligence’ have a limit?
Speaker: Alan Ritchie, Regulatory Services Manager, Caleb Management Services Ltd
Sponsor: AMA Laboratories Inc.
17-18 June 2014
Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Rue du Fossé-aux-Loups 47, Wolvengracht 47, 1000 Brussels, Belgium
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