Date: Thursday 9 September 2021
Time: 10.30 – 12.00
Cost: Free for CTPA members and non-members
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Article 11 of the UK and EU Cosmetics Regulations require that a Product Information File (PIF) is created for each product before it is placed on the market. A crucial element of the PIF is the Cosmetic Product Safety Report (CPSR) referred to in Article 10 of both the UK and EU Regulations.
This webinar will launch the CTPA Safety Assessment Campaign 2021. CTPA is delighted to welcome a panel of highly experienced cosmetic safety assessors for an interactive panel discussion.
The webinar will begin with an introduction to the CTPA Safety Assessment Campaign 2021 followed by an overview of the CPSR as detailed in Annex I of the UK and EU Cosmetics Regulations. A discussion on the best practices when compiling a robust CPSR and a Q&A session with a panel of highly qualified and experienced safety assessors will take place where attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions.
The following key topics will be covered:
- Sources and selection of quality toxicological data.
- The Scientific Committee on Consumer Safety (SCCS) Notes of Guidance on the testing of cosmetic ingredients and their safety.
- ‘Dos’ and ‘Don’ts’ in cosmetic safety assessment and compilation of the CPSR.
This webinar will be of interest to anyone involved in cosmetic product development including, but not limited to, formulation technologists, technical managers, regulatory managers, as well as safety assessors and toxicologists.
The expert safety assessor panel will include:
Dr John Hopkins
John is the Founder and Director of the consultancy company Innovant Research Ltd, founded in 2000. John holds a PhD in Pharmacology and Toxicology and has over 40 years’ experience in toxicology in the pharmaceutical, medical device and cosmetic industries. He worked in the pharmaceutical industry running pre-clinical safety studies of novel antibiotics and other drugs before working on the safety of bone repair plates, artificial knee ligaments and knees. John then moved to focus on cosmetics and chemicals. John has published and holds several patents and is a member of the CTPA Scientific Committee and the CTPA Toxicology Advisory Group
Jay is a Director (EMEA) at Delphic HSE. Jay has an MSc in Toxicology from the University of Surrey and over 10 years’ experience working in the area of toxicological risk assessment of personal care products, exposure modelling and regulatory toxicology. Jay has previously worked at the Unilever Safety and Environmental Assurance Centre and Reckitt Benckiser Consumer Safety Team. Jay is a member of the CTPA-British Society for Cutaneous Allergy (BSCA) Working Group and the CTPA Toxicology Advisory Group.
Dr Daniel Burney
Daniel is a Principal Safety Assessor at Microbiological Solutions Limited (MSL). He holds a Master’s degree in Environmental Management with a focus on Environmental Toxicology from the University of Lancaster and a Master’s degree in Chemistry from the University of Sheffield. He completed his PhD in Organic Chemistry from the University of Nottingham. Prior to joining MSL, Daniel worked as a medicinal chemist in the pharmaceutical industry for 10 years. Daniel is a member of the CTPA Toxicology Advisory Group.
Please contact Sameer Mehandale for further information.