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Presentation 7

P R O G R A M M E

Opening ceremony

(01) P. Balsari (DiSAFA, Italy)

Introduction to the Workshop

Round Table

Chairmen: S. Fountas, P. Balsari

(02) G. Granado-Lois (DG Health and Food Safety -Directorate F)
Current implementation of inspections of pesticide application equipment in EU following SUD requirements

(03) H. Wehmann (Germany)
Status Quo of inspection in EU: the results of SPISE enquiry

(04) A.T. Balafoutis (Greece)
The experience of the mandatory sprayers’ inspection in Greece

(05) J. Langenakens (Belgium)
The inspection quality assurance: present situation and needs

(06) C. Schulze Stentrop (Denmark)
The CEMA promotion of the inspections of brand new PAE

(07) M. Roettele (Germany)
The importance of the PAE inspection from the Chemical Industry point of view (- ECPA)

Session 1: Present experiences and challenges in inspections activities

Chairmen: Emilio Gil, Nils Bjugstad

(08) A. Sedlar (Serbia)
Present experiences and challenges in inspections activities in

(09) B. Huyghebaert (Belgium)
The Belgian experience with sprayer inspection and future challenges

(10) F. Solanelles (Spain)
Assessment of the sprayer inspection results in Catalonia

Session 2: Common procedures for Pesticide Application Equipment (PAE) risk assessment and for the evaluation of environmental benefit of the inspection

Chairmen: Bruno Huyghebaert, Tom Bals

(11) B. Huyghebaert (Belgium)
The importance of a common MS risk assessment procedure and the SPISE Advice developed by TWG

(12) G. Defays (Belgium)
Risk assessment procedure for pesticide application equipment: results for the Belgian case

Session 3: Harmonized test methods for PAE not included in ISO EN 16122 series

Chairmen: Jean Paul Douzals, Francesc Solanelles

(13) P. Balsari (Italy)
The SPISE Advice: Main goal and the activities done by SPISE TWGs

(14) Z. Czaczyk (Poland)
The importance of a harmonized sprayer inspection: The SPISE manual

(15) P. Balsari (Italy)
The SPISE Advice for the inspection of dusters

(16) J. Kole (The Netherlands)
The SPISE Advice for the inspection of micro granulators

(17) M. Manzone (Italy)
Possible inert compounds to be use for the inspections of micro granulators

(18) B. Huyghebaert (Belgium)
The SPISE Advice for the inspection of soil fumigation equipment

(19) J. Kole (The Netherlands)
The SPISE Advice for the inspection of foggers and LVM

(20) E. Nilsson (Sweden)
The SPISE Advice for the inspection of sprayers for experimental plot application

(21) J. Kole (The Netherlands)
The SPISE Advice for the inspection of fixed and mobile rotary atomizers

(22) C. Schulze Stentrop (Denmark)
The future demand for an inspection of more advanced features on pesticide application equipment

(23) P. Balsari (Italy)
The SPISE advice for the inspection of wiper applicator

(24) H.-J. Osteroth (Germany)
The SPISE advice for the inspection of seed treatments equipment

(25) F. Solanelles (Spain)
The SPISE Advice for the inspection of PAE for post harvest treatment

Session 4: Inspection quality: “Certification” of the Workshop activity (quality assurance) included the certification of devices/instruments used for the inspections

(Chairmen: Jaco Kole, Peter Harasta)

(26) J. Kole (The Netherlands)
The importance of the Workshop “certification” and the SPISE Advice developed by SPISE TWG

(27) H. Kramer (Germany)
Quality assurance of the workshop activity - including test facilities

(28) H.-H. Pedersen (Denmark)
Quality control of the workshops: the Danish approach

(29) G. Doruchowski (Poland)
Self-inspection of field and fruit crop sprayers in Poland – proposal of instruction manual

Session 5: Additional Workshops activities including PAE adjustment

(Chairmen: J. K. Wegener, A. T. Balafoutis)

(30) E. Gil (Spain)
What to be considered when you buy a sprayer: The SPISE Advice

(31) G. Defays (Belgium)
Effect of sprayer boom curvature on spray distribution: Test on spray distribution bench

(32) P. Balsari (Italy)
Sprayers adjustment at the workshop: First results of use of a dedicate software

(33) J. K. Wegener (Germany)
A test method to assess operator safety using Closed Transfer Systems

Session 6: Inspectors training harmonization and refreshment

(Chairmen: E. Nilsson, H. Kramer)

(34) E. Gil (Spain)
Inspectors training and influence of the quality of inspections: an overview of training organization in EU

(35) E. Gil (Spain)
Spanish experiences on improving inspections of sprayers: official manual for EN/ISO 16122 and EN/ISO 16119

 (36) K. Hawken
Test methods not covered by EN 16122 – micro granular applicators and slug pellet applicators

Summary of conclusions of sessions 1-6

(37) P. Balsari
Conclusions of the workshop

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