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SETAC Europe Annual Meeting – 15-19 May 2022

SETAC Europe Annual Meeting - 15-19 May 2022
SETAC Europe Annual Meeting - 15-19 May 2022

Come join Compliance Services International (CSI) staff technical and regulatory consultants at The Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) Europe 32nd Annual Meeting, 15-19 May 2022 in Copenhagen, Denmark. CSI will be exhibiting at this year’s annual meeting – please stop by Stand 32 to have a conversation with our consultants Warren Scott, Robin Blake, Steven Andrews, and Stuart Green.

CSI staff will be presenting the following Posters at the meeting:

Ecotoxicological Concerns Associated with Complex and Variable Nature of Botanical Active Substances
(Robin Blake)

Groundwater modelling of Volatile Substances in the EU
(Steven Andrews)

Polymer registration under EU REACH: Scientific Issues & Implementation Challenges
(Warren Scott)

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Warren Scott

Principal Consultant

United Kingdom

Robin Blake's Picture

Robin Blake

Principal Consultant

United Kingdom

SETAC Europe Annual Meeting - 15-19 May 2022

Steven Andrews

Senior Consultant

United Kingdom

Stuart Green's Photo

Stuart Green

Senior Consultant

United Kingdom

Compliance Services International (CSI) is an award-winning consultancy providing innovative solutions to meet regulatory and environmental challenges. Since 1988, we have provided regulatory and environmental strategy support for crop protection products from bench to market and through end-user support. Regulatory requirements differ across the globe and are ever-changing. CSI is positioned to assist with all global regulatory and scientific needs.

In the US and Europe, we provide agrochemical firms with regulatory and scientific services to comply with the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA) and the EU Plant Protection Products Regulation (EC) No 1107/2009. Additionally, we assist companies with fulfilling US State pesticide registration and European Economic Area (EEA) Member State and UK requirements. We have an established reputation in providing registration support to the global marketplace and have successfully assisted firms with registrations in Canada, Latin America, Asia (China/Taiwan), Australasia, and other geographical markets.

CSI develops environmental strategies to address ecological inquiries that arise during the pesticide development and registration process. We apply our extensive knowledge in agriculture, the regulatory arena, risk assessment, at-risk species, conservation measures, economics, and spatial analysis to provide comprehensive crop protection support for our clients.

Experienced Support For:

  • Global Regulatory Strategy
  • Registration Dossier Preparation & Submission
  • Regulatory Strategy & Agency Liaison
  • Human Health & Environmental Risk Assessment
  • Endangered Species Analysis & Strategy
  • Endocrine Disruptor Data Review
  • Study Design, Placement & Monitoring
  • Task Force Representation & Administration
  • Applied Economic Analysis
  • Spatial Analysis & Data Systems
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Warren Scott
Principal Business Development Consultant

Expertise: Business Development, Marketing & Regulatory Consulting

Warren shares a direct consulting role for Industrial Chemicals (REACH), Biocides and Cosmetics, with a Business Development remit for CSI’s European office.

Warren has over 30 years’ experience in laboratory contract research, business development for contract research organizations, and the consulting sector. His experience encompasses projects in various business sectors including plant protection, chemical, biocidal and cosmetic products. Warren qualified as a Soil Scientist and prior to joining CSI held scientific and business development positions at Inveresk Research and Wildlife International.

EDUCATION
BSc (Hons) Soil Science, University of Aberdeen.

Robin Blake
Principal Consultant

Expertise: Registration Dossier

Robin specializes in registration dossier preparation and plant protection product, biocide, and fertiliser risk assessments.

Robin previously worked for Cyanamid Agriculture UK and Syngenta for 12 years, conducting field trial, entomology, pesticide resistance, and herbicide research. He has extensive experience as a Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) Study Director in Terrestrial Ecotoxicology, specialising in laboratory, semi-field, and field trials on a range of non-target arthropods, earthworms, honeybees and non-target plants. His work often culminated in regulatory risk assessments in support of plant protection products.

EDUCATION
BSc (Hons), Applied Biology, University of Bath.
PhD, Agricultural Ecology, University of Reading.

Steven Andrews
Senior Consultant

Expertise: Chemistry & Environmental Science

Steven provides regulatory support of biocides, chemicals, and plant protection products with a focus on analytical methods and environmental risk assessment.

Steven previously served as Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) Study Director at Charles River Laboratories, specializing in Environmental Fate studies across a range of environmental matrices and conditions, and a range of compounds including agrochemicals, human pharmaceuticals, and veterinary products. As a GCP Laboratory Data Manager at Quintiles, Steven managed clinical trial data for therapeutic studies ranging in complexity and scale from 20 to >10,000 patients.

EDUCATION
BSc (Hons), Chemistry with Management, University of Edinburgh.

Stuart Green
Senior Consultant

Stuart specialises in the preparation of dossiers for Biocides and provides technical support for REACH and Plant Protection.

Stuart has over 12 years regulatory affairs experience and previously worked as a Biocides Regulatory Manager for Lonza (now Arxada) and has held Regulatory positions with BWA (now Italmatch) Water Additives and ThermoFischer Scientific. He has experience with active substance registrations under the EU-BPR Review Program, and notification/authorisation of biocidal products, as well as classification and labelling and SDA authoring. Stuart is an industry advocate and active member of trade association expert groups and task forces.

EDUCATION
BSc (HONS), Chemistry, University of St Andrews.
PhD, Organic Chemistry, Newcastle University.
MSc, Environmental Toxicology & Pollution Monitoring, Ultster University (in progress).