Past Meetings

ISES-SETAC Joint Special Session

Emerging Exposure Science for Developing Chemical Regulatory Policy: REACh, Biocides, TSCA Reform


The Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry Europe (SETAC Europe) and the International Society of Exposure Science (ISES) organized a joint Special Session at the SETAC Europe 21st Annual Meeting in Milan. This Special Session (May 18-19, 2011) addressed advancements in environmental, consumer and occupational exposure science required to meet the demands of a changing global regulatory landscape. The program for this session and the majority of the presentations from this meeting are posted below for your reference.

Program


Session 06-A: Global Chemicals Management Policy and Legislative Initiatives – Ensuring We Have The Exposure Science Capacity to Deliver

Christine Norman
Key exposure science challenges facing regulators – Ensuring we have the exposure science to deliver (SS06A)

Elizabeth Dederick
A crosswalk of the exposure science requirements of REACH, TSCA, CEPA and biocides legislation (SS06A-1)

Christine Norman
Canada's experience from assessment of highest priorities under its Chemicals Management Plan (SS06A-2)

Andreas Ahrens
Identification of key exposure science issues – Regulatory perspective (Panel discussion introduction) (SS06A-3)

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Session 06-B: Emission & Exposure Characterization of Environmental, Consumer & Occupational Health – Consumer & Occupational Health Exposure

Tim Kedwards & Oliver Price
Emission & exposure characterisation of worker, consumer & environmental health

Chris Money
An overview of REACH human exposure models with a focus on the ECETOC TRA and its derivatives (SS06B-1)

Natalie von Goetz
Aggregate consumer exposure assessment (SS06B-2)

Christine Chaisson & Claire Franklin
Incorporating population-specific diets and activity profiles into aggregate and cumulative exposure assessments: A review of capabilities and shortcomings (SS06B-3)

Andreas Kortenkamp
Is mixtures risk assessment necessary and feasible? (SS06B-4)


Session 06-C: Emission & Exposure Characterization of Environmental, Consumer & Occupational Health – Environment Health & Exposure

Theo Traas et al
Risk management challenges ahead in mixtures and cumulative environmental assessments (SS06C-1)

Matt MacLeod
Models in environmental chemistry education, decision-making & science (SS06C-2)

Paul Mason et al
Regulatory environmental exposure assessments: General approaches and use of market research data to improve emission estimates (SS06C-3)

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Session 06-D: Emission & Exposure Characterization of Environmental, Consumer & Occupational Health – Similiarities in Approaches Between Consumer, Occupational & Environmental Exposure

Mary Mitchell & Peter Delorme
Linkages between human and environmental exposure assessment (SS06D-1)

Bob Safford
The threshold of toxicological concern (SS06D-2)

Theo Vermeire et al
Criteria for exposure based waiving (EBW) under REACH (SS06D-3)


Session 06-E: Advances in Exposure Science Research and Technology: Expanding the Integration Among Multiple Disciplines – Exposure Science and the Exposure Narrative – Core Research Areas

Thomas E. McKone
Linking sources with outcomes: The science of stressors and receptors (SS06E-1)

Elaine Cohen Hubal
Extending exposure science across all levels of biological organization for sustainable environmental health policy (SS06E-2)

Stephen Rappaport
Exposure biology and the exposome: A health-based paradigm for exposure science (SS06E-3)


Session 06-F: Advances in Exposure Science Research and Technology: Expanding the Integration Among Multiple Disciplines – Exposure Science and the Exposure Narrative – Building Models, Databases, and a Knowledge Infrastructure

Harvey Clewell
Using pharmacokinetic approaches based on animal and human datasets to track and allocate cumulative exposures and aggregate health impacts (SS06F-1)

Julian Marshall
Mobility-based exposure estimates (SS06F-2)

Jon Arnot
Using exposure models to identify data gaps and develop knowledge infrastructure (SS06F-3)

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