Launch of the European research and innovation PARC programme to improve chemical risk assessment
The European Partnership for the Assessment of Risks from Chemicals (PARC), which is being launched today in Paris, France, is seeking to develop next-generation chemical risk assessment, incorporating both human health and the environment in a “One Health” approach. It will help support the European Union’s Chemicals Strategy for Sustainability and the European Green Deal’s “zero pollution” ambition. Bringing together nearly 200 partners from 28 countries as well as EU agencies, PARC is coordinated by ANSES, with funding from the European Commission’s Horizon Europe research and innovation framework programme and the partnership’s participants.
BNN will contribute to PARC with operationalization of Safe-and-Sustainble-by-Design (SSbD) criteria and methodologies.