Sectors: Co-op & Development, Enlargement, Environment, Industry
Beneficiaries: Administrations States, Agencies Chambers, Federations Unions, International Organisation, Local and Regional authorities, Non-profit organisations, Universities
Regions: Candidate countries, European Union
Category: Call for proposals
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Candidate countries: Republic of Serbia
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Responsible: European Commission
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This call for proposals aims to assist Serbia to meet environmental and climate Acquis through institutional building and improvement of environmental infrastructure.
Priorities and funded actions:
– To align of the national legal framework with the BPR ( Biocidal Products Regulation)
– To improve administrative capacity for implementation of legislation on biocidal products
(i.e. improved Organizational structure for biocidal products management, establishment
of Operational scheme for biocidal product dossier assessment etc)
– To establish a sustainable system for financing of administrative procedures in line
with the BPR
– To improve professional capacities (i.e. competences) of the central administration on
chemicals (e.g.. competences for further implementation of REACH, biocidal products
risk assessment and dossier evaluation etc)
– To develop guidance/handbooks for further implementation of REACH
– To increase competences of the staff of the organizational unit in charge for chemicals and
biocidal products management (foreseen to become Competent Authority under REACH,
CLP and BPR) and their capability to participate in the work of different committees and
bodies of the ECHA and the EC meetings on chemicals and biocidal products
Among financed actions
– Development of the Integrated Chemicals Registry
– Preparation of technical guidelines for implementation of the relevant legislation
– Training of the core administration and stakeholders in industry and local self-government
– Development of methods and tools for inspection
– Support in establishment of the GLP (good laboratory practice) system in Serbia