The Frank R. Lautenberg Chemical Safety Act: A Virtual and Real World Perspective
Sponsored by: BIOVIA
- The Digital Lab
- Regulatory Demands
- Chemical Safety Act
Date: 1 June
Time: 3PM London/10AM New York
The Digital Lab â€“ Mobile execution to achieve faster innovation and increasing regulatory demands of the Chemical Safety Act
In 2016 many aspects of the world changed for materials and product producers in the USA.
For the first time, the regulatory change required the EPA to evaluate the safety of existing chemicals in commerce, starting with those most likely to cause risks and to evaluate new and existing chemicals against a new science based risk-based safety standard that includes explicit considerations for vulnerable populations. It is also empowering the EPA to require the development of chemical information necessary to support these evaluations.
The current administration has instructed the EPA to accelerate and improve the open scientific based approval process, to increase the competitiveness of US industry and to reduce the regulatory complexity. Hence the TSCA act is currently gathering momentum.
This talk will review the laboratory solutions, approaches and technology which BIOVIA, a brand from Dassault SystÃ¨mes brings to science based materials analysis and testing. It will dive into the details of managing the equipment, materials, personnel and procedures to operate a compliant digital laboratory.
Details describing the study, experiment and test execution that ensure the mobile capture of electronic data required to adhere to the regulations. With the required data captured electronically we can build predictive models to streamline the process.
Senior Director of Product Management, Unified Laboratory Management Portfolio
At BIOVIA Gene is providing the vision, strategy and management of the Unified Laboratory Management product portfolio that includes the Electronic Laboratory Notebook, Laboratory Information Management System and the Laboratory Execution system.
Gene has over 25 years of experience in the Life Science industry developing and delivering Laboratory informatics solutions for the research, development and quality control labs.
Prior to joining BIOVIA, Gene led product development efforts for Zymark Corporation and REMP USA developing robotics to increase laboratory efficiency and productivity.
Gene obtained is BS in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Massachusetts in 1991.
Key Learning Objectives
- Understand the requirements for foundational laboratory capability to manage the equipment, materials, personnel and procedures.
- How we can utilize standard unit operations to rapidly build the electronic test methods required capture data in the lab on mobile devices.
- How to utilize the data to build models to predict the material characteristics required to ensure safe materials are developed
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- SVP R&D
- SVP Quality
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- Head of Innovation
- Chief Sustainability Officer
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- Quality / QA Director/Manager
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- R&D Director
- Head of Lab Informatics
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