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Cosmed Regulatory Meetings 2018

Cosmed organizes a day dedicated to French and European regulations for cosmetic products: the Regulatory Meetings.

This event allows all professionals in the industry to learn about the latest regulatory news in the cosmetics sector, to exchange with regulatory authorities and experts. These regulatory meetings are aimed at company directors, creators, managers or regulatory affairs officers, R&D, formulators, toxicologists, quality engineers, marketers, and responsible pharmacists.

Attention, this year, it is a unique date which is programmed: Thursday, March 22 in Paris

New for 2018: Streaming
In order to facilitate the participation of professionals who cannot attend, Cosmed offers the possibility of following these meetings live, from an office.

Conference program
Missions and annual reports of the control authorities.
The final assessment of the 2017 inspections detailing recurring non-compliances, control points and areas for improvement, will be carried out by Manuela Boutillier & Vanessa Picot - cosmetic products inspectors - ANSM and by Catherine Argoyti - deputy head of the office of health products and services (5B) - DGCCRF. The 2018 inspection campaigns will also be announced.

Claims: impact of the implementation of the *Technical Document* of the European Commission, "free" and "hypoallergenic" claims
François Bourrust - Solutech & President of Cosmed's Regulatory Commission will present the key points and legal scope of the technical document published in August 2017 and which constitutes the position of the majority of member states including France on claims.

Work in progress and timetable of the European Commission's developments
Salvatore D'ACUNTO - Head of Unit GROW D.4 - European Commission will present the topics under discussion at the European Commission.

The Nagoya Protocol applied to our sector: actors, raw materials, constraints... Everything you need to know
The Nagoya Protocol presented by an expert in the cosmetics industry! Bruno David - Director of Natural Substances Research, R&D Sourcing and Botanicals - Pierre Fabre will provide concrete answers to all the questions raised by this protocol: which raw materials are concerned? What to do if a material is concerned? ....

Safety assessment, the current difficulties: diplomas, reserves and tests
The news and the harmonization of safety assessment practices will be discussed by Franck Chevasson - Toxicologist Eurotox - Cert. The good practices related to safety assessment and the assessor will be presented so that the responsible persons can ensure the conformity of the safety reports.

Lights on the controversial ingredients: heavy metals, nano, preservatives, endocrine disruptors, CMR, microbeads...
Daniele Quiec - *Institutional Relationship and Regulatory Manager* Cosmed will draw up an inventory of the ingredients under discussion at the European Commission and discuss the prospects for their development.

Cosmetic actors: how to secure the REACH 2018 deadline and anticipate the impact of REACH in the years to come (registration, evaluation, extended safety data sheets)?
The May 2018 deadline will be on the agenda of this presentation, which will provide practical answers to participants' questions (what to do if the substances are not registered?...). Thomas Léopold - Toxicologist pharmacist and head of Atout Reach - will also present the actions to be taken after this inventory stage.

Expectations of the authorities and responses from the industry regarding the labelling and claims of essential oils
Jean-Marc Giroux - President of Cosmed, will address the issue of essential oil labeling.
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