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Using Predictive Methods to Conduct a Preliminary Hazard, Exposure and Risk Assessment (TSCA10)


Description
This session will highlight available freeware tools that can be used to conduct a preliminary risk assessment before submitting new chemical notifications to the U.S. EPA to anticipate potential regulatory concerns and identify critical outcomes. Speakers will highlight useful approaches and predictive tools from the U.S. EPA and OECD to help identify risk-prone activities, identify targeted testing that may be useful, and potentially reduce the U.S. EPA review time by decreasing the need for back and forth communication during the notification period. This session is intended as a segue to the more detailed educational modules provided by knoell USA as live webinars. Please see the knoell USA website for more details on Section 3 offerings.

Learners will have 30 days to access all course content from the date of purchase. Learners can also download a PDF of course slides following purchase.

When you complete this course you will understand:
• Standard predictive freeware tools used by EPA to complete screening level chemical risk assessments
• Output provided by each tool to inform regulatory decision making
• Advantages of applying the pre-screening tools to evaluate substances prior to submission
Content
  • Video: Using Predictive Methods to Conduct an Assessment
  • PDF: Using Predictive Methods to Conduct an Assessment
  • Using Predictive Methods to Conduct a Preliminary Hazard, Exposure & Risk - Quiz
  • Survey: Using Predictive Methods to Conduct an Assessment
Completion rules
  • You must complete the test "Using Predictive Methods to Conduct a Preliminary Hazard, Exposure & Risk - Quiz"
  • Leads to a certification with a duration: Forever