Workshop for inspectors on tools available for inspections - 13/15 December 2017 - York (UK)
The Workshop will tackle some of the main inspection challenges faced by EPPO member countries, among which is early detection of outbreaks and of infected consignments, as well as the difficulty of inspection of wooden packaging material to ensure compliance with ISPM15.
Demonstration activities WP4_workshop on Heterobasidion irregulare
28th-29th November 2017 - Parco della Gallinara, Via Malvito Vecchiarelli 2 - Anzio (IT)
November 24th, 2017
The session will be delivered by Italy's University of Torino (UNITO) - one of EMPHASIS partners.
The Committee on Environment, Public health and Food Safety will hold a hearing on the European Citizens’ Initiative “Ban glyphosate and protect people and the environment from toxic pesticides”, on 20.11.17.
November 17th, 2017
The session will be delivered by Italy's University of Torino (UNITO) - one of EMPHASIS partners. The talk will give an overview on symptoms and impact of diseases caused by the fungal pathogens included in the Heterobasidion annosum species complex.
"EPPO Workshop on integrated management of insect pests in oilseed rape"
Berlin - 20/22 September 2017
At the EPPO Workshop on insecticide resistance of Meligethes spp. (pollen beetle) on oilseed rape (Berlin, 2007), it was recommended that follow-up should be planned to include other oilseed rape pests.
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The “EMPHASIS’ Science with Farmers: call for early adopters” is an initiative in the frame of EU H2020 project EMPHASIS, it will give the opportunity to farmers and professionals working with them, all around Europe to learn about practical, innovative and experimental solutions developed by EMPHASIS.
September 18th - 21th 2018 / Parma, Italy
EFSA conference 2018 is constructed around the motto “contextualising risk assessment”. This means reflecting on the future of risk assessment in food safety while acknowledging the social and political context within which it operates.