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Nordic Workshop on Socio-Economic Analysis (SEA) in the new chemicals legislation – REACH.: 2-3 March 2005, Helsinki, Finland
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The Nordic Risk Management Group under the Nordic Chemicals Group organised a workshop, where SocioEconomic Analysis (SEA) with respect to SEAs’ future use in the new European chemical legislation REACH (Registration, Evaluation and Authorisation of Chemicals) was discussed. The workshop focused on three themes: 1) information on substitutes, 2) benefits for health and environment and 3) dynamic consequences. The following aims were set for the workshop: The following aims were set for the workshop: o to exchange experiences of current work on SEA with the aim to identify ways how the knowhow developed could be transferred to future SEAs o to raise knowledge and understanding among the Nordic authorities on the possibilities and limitations in the work with SEAs o to identify important elements of the current SEA methodology, and the application thereof, that should be further developed with regard to the future use of SEA in the context of REACH o to provide input to the guidance documents that are being prepared in relevant REACH implementation projects (RIPs). Summaries of the presentations and conclusions from the discussions are presented in the report from the workshop.

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Copenhagen: Nordic Council of Ministers , 2005. , 21 p.
, US, 2005:494
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URN: urn:nbn:se:norden:org:diva-324OAI: diva2:700568
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