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Assessment PPP – information for applicant


Guidance on dermal absorption - PPP (2017 + corr. 2018)

NIPH highlights a new EFSA guidance released on 24. 5. 2017 ‘Guidance on dermal absorption". Furthermore, on the edge of November and December 2017, an online calculator of dermal absorption was launched at EFSA’s website including a corrigendum SANTE/2018/10591 rev.1 (24 October 2018).


Co-formulants unacceptable in plant protection products’ composition

EC has issued Regulation (EC) 2021/383 amending Annex III to Regulation (ES) No 1107/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council listing co-formulants which are not accepted for inclusion in plant protection products (PPPs).


Plant protection products – update of CLP regulation

An amendment to the Regulation CLP has been issued in the EU Journal on August 11th 2020 – namely, Regulation (EU) 2020/1182 amending Table 3 of Annex IV ‘List of harmonised classification and labelling of hazardous substances’. 


Guidance on incorporating the requirements for the protection of public health - label

NIPH with the support of the Ministry of Health of the Czech Republic has prepared a guidance on incorporating the requirements for the protection of public health regarding labels of plant protection products (PPPs). The guidance takes into account the structure according to Annex 3 Decree No 132/2018 Coll. as amended by Decree No 359/2019 Coll.


Applying for a change in classification/labelling of plant protections products

Information for authorization holders regarding changes in classification (and/or labelling) of plant protection products (PPPs) reflecting a change namely in Regulation (ES) 1272/2008 (Regulation CLP).


Plant protection products - measures of protecting the health of residents

Following article summarizes available information on protective measures regarding the health of residents with respect to labelling of plant protection products. Namely, the protective buffer zone (safe distance) from treated areas and obligatory notification requirement.


Information for applicant - vertebrate studies

Czech Republic agrees with European Union current approach on the reduction and duplication of vertebrate animal experiments for the purpose of evaluation of chemical active substances and mixtures and as well as for the evaluation of plant protection products (PPP).