Webinar: EU Green Deal and Member State Environmental Requirements and Initiatives (Part 2 of 2)Nov. 14, 2022, 12 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. ET
Major regulations affecting cosmetic products and their packaging are changing drastically at the European Union (EU) level and within EU member states. To further environmental protection, the EU Commission is proposing changes to formulations, packaging, claims and labeling. Making matters even more complex, member state countries such as France, Spain and Italy have launched their own environmental laws and regulations.
The second webinar in a two-part series on the EU Green Deal completes the overview of the new regulatory landscape and will include:
- What do we expect to change in the PPWD?
- EcoDesign and product passport for packaging
- Data to collect
Get answers! PCPC’s Global Strategies team will field questions during the webinar. Email questions you would like addressed in advance of the webinar.
PCPC’s first webinar in this two-part series covered permissible claims under the Unfair Commercial Practices Directive and provided real case studies from other sectors, as well as practical considerations. Beyond claims, the first webinar also provided a deeper dive on labeling requirements for packaging from member state regulations in France, Italy and Spain. The recording and slides are available here.
About the Speakers
CEO, Bloom Regulatory Ltd
Olivia Santoni has an extensive knowledge of the cosmetics industry globally and over 20 years of practical experience. She studied business law and healthcare product law before specializing in regulatory affairs.
Santoni started her regulatory career working as a medical device regulatory inspector at the French Agence Nationale de Sécurité du Médicament et des Produits de Santé (ANSM). She then worked at the international department of the French cosmetics trade association (FEBEA) before moving to the UK and joining the UK Cosmetics Toiletry and Perfumery Association (CTPA).
Over the years, Santoni managed a regulatory and international team to deliver support and advice to companies, as well as advocate for the interest of the UK and EU industry. She has led the UK association’s work on Brexit and international regulatory affairs and has been an active participant at Cosmetics Europe groups on both regulatory and international issues.
In 2019, Santoni decided to found Bloom Regulatory Ltd to provide pragmatic and expert regulatory and strategic support to cosmetics companies in a world where business opportunities are growing but legislations are increasing and getting more and more complex. Bloom Regulatory Ltd is a regulatory consultancy company based in London, UK and is working with cosmetics and food supplements businesses from multinationals to SMEs.
Director Regulatory Affairs, Bloom Regulatory Ltd
Amanda Isom joined Bloom Regulatory Ltd as regulatory affairs associate director in 2020.
Prior to 2020, Isom worked for the Cosmetic, Toiletry and Perfumery Association (CTPA), initially in the Scientific and Technical department and later as compliance manager.
Isom has over 20 years’ experience in the cosmetics industry during which time she has provided support and advice to cosmetics companies, including on the European/UK cosmetics regulation and related topics and legislative frameworks. Isom liaised closely with the government on the implementation of a UK regulatory framework for cosmetics post-Brexit and, in collaboration with the Chartered Trading Standards Institute, has delivered regional training to Trading Standards Officers on ‘what compliance looks like.’
Isom has been an active participant in a number of industry and stakeholder groups, including the British Standards Institute technical committee for cosmetics and co-edited the SCS/Royal Society of Chemistry book on ‘Discovering Cosmetic Science’. She leads the team of advisors to deliver bespoke advice and support, compliance and systems training, enforcement advice and also supports the business through strategic planning.
Regulatory & Policy Specialist Advisor, Bloom Regulatory Ltd
Marie Kennedy, Ph.D., joined Bloom Regulatory as regulatory & policy specialist advisor in 2021.
Kennedy is a commercially focused Regulatory Affairs/Compliance and European/International Affairs specialist. She has now accrued 30+ years’ experience in industry, trade association and university settings in four countries. She has experience of working with global brand leaders, regulators, and initiatives in the field of cosmetics, home and personal care (HPC), the chemical industry and BREXIT.
Throughout her career, Kennedy worked on many regulatory frameworks, e.g., chemicals, cosmetics, biocides, environment, identifying technical and commercial issues. She has proactively prepared her employers for regulatory changes in devising implementation plans and business solutions.
Kennedy has been in direct contact and collaborated with many actors all along the supply chain, internally and externally. She actively participated in Trade Association Boards, numerous technical committees at the EU Commission and international trade association levels working on EU and international regulatory issues, development of legislation, amendments, position, and advocacy papers.
She has extensive experience, particularly with the EU and UK Cosmetics Legislations, as well as EU REACh, having set up and led a global program of REACh for a major company. For BREXIT, she worked on contingency planning, advocacy, lobbying and insight, as well as developments of the UK cosmetics and “UK REACh” legislation (in collaboration with The Cosmetic, Toiletry & Perfumery Association (CTPA) & UK Government [DEFRA, DIT, BEIS & OPSS]).
Kennedy is a chemist from Montréal, Québec, Canada, where she acquired a Ph.D. from McGill University, followed by a post-doc in polymers at Florida State University in Tallahassee, Fl.