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  The Co-organizers list is provisional and updated on April 18th, 2019. Others Co-organizers will be added, accordingly to the progress of event organization.

Solutions to address safety and regulatory aspects of nanomaterials

 

WS.V

 

Solutions to address safety and regulatory aspects of nanomaterials

 

June 13

 

 

WORKSHOP COMMITTEE

Andrea Porcari, Airi and caLIBRAte project
Elvio Mantovani, Airi and caLIBRAte project
Fabio Boccuni, Inail
Luisa Fiandra, Polaris Research Center - University of Milano-Bicocca

 

 
 organized by
 INAIL  FEDERCHIMICA NEW Universita Milano Bicocca  calibrate

 

The increasing regulatory requirements for characterization and testing of nanomaterials and nano-related products (e.g. recent updates of REACH, and occupational health and safety, biocidal, pharma, medical devices, food, cosmetics regulations), makes mandatory for all R&I players to consider state-of the-art methodologies, procedures and data, for a safe use of nanomaterials during research, production, use and end-of-life of nano-related products.
Within four sessions on June 13th, speakers from research, companies and governmental bodies will provide an overview of most recent developments in approaches for risk governance of nanomaterials, including prevention, assessment, management and communication aspects.

 

 

13 June

09:00 - 10:30
Risk governance and regulatory preparedness:
managing risks and risk perception of nanomaterials - part 1

WS.V.1 - TT.V.C
In collaboration with: caLIBRAte project, Airi, Federchimica and INAIL
 SYNOPSIS
WS.V.1.1
TT.V.C.1

Andrea PORCARI
AIRI
Introduction: the caLIBRAte risk governance framework

WS.V.1.2
TT.V.C.2

Fabio BOCCUNI
Italian Workers’ Compensation Authority, INAIL
State of the art of methods and models for risk management of nanomaterials

WS.V.1.3
TT.V.C.3

Flavia BARONE
National Institute of Health (ISS)
Risk governance of nanomaterials: state of the art and the role of the ISS multidisciplinary unit on nanotechnologies

WS.V.1.4
TT.V.C.4

Alex ZABEO
Green Decision Srl
Risk management models for nanomaterials: practical experiences and perspectives

Chairs: Andrea PORCARI, Elvio MANTOVANI, Airi
11:00 - 12:30
Risk governance and regulatory preparedness:
managing risks and risk perception of nanomaterials - part 2

WS.V.2 - TT.VI.B
 In collaboration with: caLIBRAte project, Airi, Federchimica and INAIL
 SYNOPSIS
WS.V.2.1
TT.VI.B.1
Elisabetta BORSELLA
AIRI
Risk perception and risk management of nanomaterials: stakeholders views
WS.V.2.2
TT.VI.B.2

Camila DEL PIVO
LEITAT, Spain
A comparative analysis of case studies on specific R&I value chain: exposure scenarios on production of nanomaterials in selected sectors

WS.V.2.3
TT.VI.B.3
Felice C. SIMONE
CNR-ISTEC and Protect Project
Managing occupational safety issues of nanomaterials in manufacturing processes: the PROTECT case studies
WS.V.2.4
TT.VI.B.4
Dimiter PRODANOV
IMEC, Belgium
The risk profile of nanoelectronics concerning “nano”. Lessons from NanoStreeM project
WS.V.2.5
TT.VI.B.5
Closing remarks: the future of NM risk governance: the Gov4Nano project
Chairs: Andrea PORCARI, Elvio MANTOVANI, Airi
12:30 - 14:00 Light Lunch
14:00 - 15:30
Nanotechnologies and Key Enabling Technologies in innovation processes:
the NanoKey project for risk prevention in the workplace

WS.V.3 - TT.VII.C
In collaboration with: INAIL, Italian Institute of Technology (IIT)
SYNOPSIS
WS.V.3.1
TT.VII.C.1
Sergio IAVICOLI
INAIL
Introduction addresses
WS.V.3.2
TT.VII.C.2
Stefania SABELLA
IIT, Genova
The NanoKey project for Prevention-through-Design approach to nanotechnologies and KETs
WS.V.3.3
TT.VII.C.3
Luisana DI CRISTO
IIT, Genova
3-D models and innovative in vitro test to evaluate potential toxic effects of nanomaterials
WS.V.3.4
TT.VII.C.4
Francesca TOMBOLINI
INAIL
Exposure measurements and samplings in the workplaces: study design and preliminary results
WS.V.3.5
TT.VII.C.5
Delia CAVALLO
INAIL
Bio-monitoring of exposed workers
Chair: Fabio BOCCUNI, INAIL
15.30-16.00 Coffee Break
16:00 - 17:30
Biosafety of nanomaterials
WS.V.4 - TT.VIII.C
In collaboration with: University of Milano-Bicocca
 
WS.V.4.1
TT.VIII.C.1
Luciana DINI CV
Sapienza University of Rome
Aquatic animal models of increasing complexity for the assessment of nanomaterials effects
WS.V.4.2
TT.VIII.C.2
Rossella BENGALLI CV
University of Milano-Bicocca
Toxicity of metal oxide nanoparticles in vitro and in vivo: a safe-by-design approach
WS.V.4.3
TT.VIII.C.3
Carla DISTASI CV
University of Piemonte Orientale
SiO2 nanoparticle-neuron interaction: activation of ionic channels and calcium influx
WS.V.4.4
TT.VIII.C.4
Maddalena COLLINI CV
University of Milano-Bicocca
Nanoparticles tracking and correlation for in vitro and in vivo systems
Chairs: Luisa FIANDRA, POLARIS Research Center - University of Milano-Bicocca


updated to June 4th, 2019



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