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EPA to Host July 26 Technical Webinar for Registrants of Pet Spot-on Products on Using New Standardized Templates for Enhanced Incident Reporting

The Environmental Protection Agency will host a technical webinar on July 26 to provide an opportunity for registrants to ask questions on how to use the new standard templates that can be used by registrants of pet spot-on products to submit enhanced incident reports and sales data. This is a follow up to its May 2018 webinar that marked the conclusion of the Pet Spot-on Enhanced Reporting Pilot and presented the finalized, standard templates.

Registrants are invited to submit template-related technical questions prior to the webinar to facilitate efficient use of time. Please submit questions to Dr. Julie Breeden-Alemi at Breeden-Alemi.Julie@epa.gov.

The technical webinar will be held on July 26, from 2-3 p.m. ET.

To participate in the webinar, go to http://epawebconferencing.acms.com/enhancedreporting2018/.

More information on Pilot and templates.

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