The first day of the seminar will cover the topic of Risk Assessment and Management, looking into Exposure Assessment, quality assurance, critical point control and traceability from various perspectives, including those from the food and the plastics converting industries.
The second day will cover the assessment and management of Non-Intentionally Added Substances, the implementation of recycling regulations as well as the coherence between regulation, self-assessment and CSR with a panel discussion bringing together the food, plastics, ink and paper industries.
On Thursday evening, a networking cocktail will be organized for the participants of the seminar.
How will your plastic products be assessed and controlled? Learn about the latest developments in food contact legislation at EuPC’s Food Contact Plastics Seminar 2016. Know more about the implementation of the plastics recycling regulations and join the discussion with us in Brussels on 20 & 21 April!