Bringing EPA-Regulated Antimicrobial Products to Market
As a follow-up to our webinar “Introduction to Antimicrobials: Evaluation and Regulation in the US and Europe,” this webinar will provide a more detailed exploration of the factors to be considered and the specific steps required to register a new product, such as a hard surface disinfectant, with the EPA for entry into the US market.
Who should attend?
The course is intended for industry professionals with interests in entering the US market using registered antimicrobial active ingredients and/or with new or improved products. This includes Research and Development (R&D) scientists, regulatory affairs and marketing professionals, and individuals in management who want a more complete understanding of time and resource commitments required to 1) identify suitable regulatory strategy, 2) develop the necessary data, 3) submit a complete registration package, and 4) obtain the necessary registration to permit the marketing of products with compelling claims. Unlike our introductory program, this webinar will focus on the US EPA regulatory requirements, reviews and registration processes.
About the Instructor
Keith A. Hostetler, PhD, is a Senior Managing Toxicologist with Trinity Consultants. Since beginning his career in the food industry with training in pharmacology and toxicology, Keith spent the next 29 years in various roles in human health and safety and environmental affairs in the specialty chemicals industry. Most of that time has been devoted to product safety and regulatory support of antimicrobial chemistry utilized as drugs, preservatives, and active ingredients in a wide range of professional and consumer products. During his 10 year tenure with TRS, he has supported clients in US-and EU-based antimicrobial and biocide businesses dealing with human hazard and risk assessments, exposure assessments, and interactions with regulatory authorities.
Note: The course fee is per attendee. Recording the training course is strictly prohibited.
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