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Non-Intentionally Added Substances (NIAS) & Unlisted Chemicals in Food Contact Plastics: Decoding EU Compliance

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Monday Nov 18, 2024

Ease your EU compliance strategy involving Non-intentionally added substances (NIAS) & other unlisted chemicals by having your checklist ready! Gain clarity on the requirements of Plastics Regulation (EU) NO 10/2011 & other associated legislations.

Join our highly experienced expert Nick (more than 25+ years in Global Food Contact Industry). He will help you become autonomous in faster compliance for NIAS / NLS with practical tips on analytical screeningrisk assessment & preparation of final DoC

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Nick Kernoghan Presented By:
Nick Kernoghan

Length: 90 min

Course Type: Regulation
Level: Advanced

Next Session: Nov 18, 2024
10:00 a.m. (New York City)
4:00 p.m. (Paris)

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Why should you attend?

For a successful launch proving that your Plastic’s Product is safe for NIAS/NLS is mandatory. It is either done by gaining approval from the EU National Legislation (as per (EU) NO/2011) or providing risk assessment via Internationally recognized principles. Yet on the flipside, there is no proper guidance or comprehensive list of NIAS/NLS from the authorities itself.

This weakens the position of manufacturers leaving them vulnerable during assessment making the unsatisfactory use of Unlisted Chemicals one of the most common points for rejection. This also hinders the capability of manufacturers to work with current and future innovations. And with changing regulations, the hovering fear of getting penalized and chances of product withdrawal becomes almost imminent for your old product.

Join our course and make your process of compliance straightforward by:

  • Establishing a clear compliance strategy by knowing how to deal with Unlisted Chemicals and NIAS.
  • Make your product market ready by proper guidance of Chemical Analysis and Risk Assessment under regulation (EU) NO 10/2011.
  • Start your journey to achieve Compliance Certification faster by learning to show compliance for unlisted substances and create a proper declaration for your food packaging.

Who should attend?

  1. Regulatory affairs professionals at companies in the food contact plastics supply chain, including raw material producers, food packaging manufacturers, brand owners, and food companies using plastic packaging
  2. Exporters of food contact plastics who wish to enter the EU market
  3. Importers of food contact plastic materials in the EU who wish to economically source products from suppliers outside the union
  4. Anyone involved with food contact regulatory affairs; particularly, compliance with EU’s amended plastic regulation (EU) No 10/2011 and the requirements for risk assessment of unlisted chemicals and issuance of a Declarations of Compliance

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Course Outline

  1. Overview of The EU legislations that food contact plastics need to comply with:
    • The Framework Regulation (EC) No 1935/2004 as amended by Regulation (EU) No 2019/1381
    • The Good Manufacturing Practice Regulation (EC) No 2023/2006
    • The Plastics Regulation (EU) No 10/2011 and it’s amendments
    • The Recycled Plastics Regulation (EC) No 282/2008

  2. Restrictions in Legislation for various materials ( plastics, Ceramics....)

  3. What is not in Regulation (EU) No 10/2011 as amended and how to deal with it using a mixture of information from suppliers, member state national legislation, mutual recognition and risk assessment:
    • Non-Intentionally Added Substances (NIAS) [amides, hydrocarbons...]
    • Polymer Production Aids (PPAs)
    • Aids to Polymerisation (ATPs)
    • Colorants
    • Adhesives
    • Printing inks

  4. Common mistakes with regards to compliance with plastics regulation

  5. How to Comply with Article 19 without much hassle (various steps and methods)
    • Estimation of Consumer exposure( specific migration time and temperature)
    • Toxicological concern
    • Cramer classes
    • TTC assuming TDI's and SML's

  6. Real-life examples of NIAS and unlisted substances in food contact plastics

  7. Summary of how to show that unlisted Substances are safe for use in food contact plastics

  8. 30 mins Q&A - Ask the Expert Questions on your Own Project!

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Members Reviews

Very Practical! Relevant to our current situation that we are facing regarding NIAS

Adrian Chen , from Huskee

Very practical approach with examples

Lene Bjorndal , from Microbeads AS

Very useful!

Margaret Bicking , from EcoWater Systems

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