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•May 14, 2019: AFEMS Legislative Committee, Paris (France)
• June 6-8, 2019: 68th AFEMS Congress, Helsinki (Finland)

From 7-9 June 2018, Portoroz (Slovenia) hosted the 2018 AFEMS Congress.
The Congress, at its 67th edition, was a great success: 131 guests joined the numerous AFEMS' Institutional and Social events scheduled in the agenda.
The General Assembly, held on 8th June, once again showed a great participation: 76 delegates representing 44 Companies and Associations from 20 different European Countries.
During the General Assembly, the AFEMS activities of the past 12 months were reported and the action plan regarding the next 12 months was presented. The Chairmen of the Committees and the Secretariat presented the progress made on projects under their responsibility.
Several presentations were illustrated by outstanding Guest Speakers. The first presentation provided a portrait of the hunting activity in Slovenia. The second provided an overview of the directive implementation in Sweden, while the third presentation focused on the public consultation recently launched by ECHA and the impact that the inclusion of lead metal in the REACH Candidate List could have on the ammunition sector.
The next AFEMS Congress will be held in June 2019, in Helsinki (Finland).
For further information, please contact the AFEMS Secretariat.

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Activities > Legislative Committee

Legislative Committee

The Legislative Committee has been established to meet our increasing need to better manage the continuously changing legislative environment in which our members operate. It consists of a network of experts from the leading member companies, familiar with the legislative framework and process. It is headed by a chairman who is elected by a majority of the committee members and approved by the Board of Directors. Its mandate lasts for three years and is renewable.

The role of the Legislative Committee is to support the AFEMS Board in taking appropriate decisions and implementing specific actions required to tackle the challenges presented by the changing international and European legislative framework.

Its main tasks can be summarised as follows:
• to monitor, at European Union level, the legislative environment in the AFEMS area of interest;
• to evaluate the implications which new regulations, or changes to existing ones, can have on our business;
• to prepare recommendations to the AFEMS Board of Directors (or to anyone delegated by the Board on the issue) for strategies to safeguard the Association’s interests at all stages of the legislative process;
• to monitor the implementation of EU legislation at national level, providing support to National Associations operating in our field.