This report will contain the results from the model refinement for the environmental risk assessment methods identified in D3.2 so that they are suitable for the needs of decision holders and practical guidance to a.o. stakeholders on the use of (refined/improved) existing hazard/risk models along the stage gate Cooper innovation chain.
The entire SoS Nano-Risk Framework will be demonstrated using comprehensive case studies collated in WP6.
This deliverable will describe quality criteria for data. The data requirements defined in D 5.1 will form the basis of the methodology of quality labelling.
This deliverable is a document containing a) a list of the available information collected from task 5.2, b) a list of the information needed for calibration of the selected risk assessment models (input from WP2-4), and c) a description of the gaps that exist and need to be filled.
Annual updates foreseen. Each year, the project will compile an overview of all outreach activities conducted under the auspices of caLIBRAte. This will ensure the project is continuing to meet the dissemination objectives outlined at its commencement. In addition, it will provide the consortium with a clear view of what activities must still be conducted in the following years in order to meet project obligations.
This deliverable will map/catalogue existing cases studies for NM and NM-enabled products, their production, downstream use and waste handling, focusing on those where exposure/release is considered a possibility. Information will be collated from finished and ongoing EU projects and also from literature. Value-chain case studies will be categorized in different levels in line with the rest of the project (e.g., sector covered, environmental compartments affected, applicable existing Tools).
This report will give the results of the evaluation of the evaluation of data sets and the applicability of innovative hazard methods in the hazard and risks assessment methods in each of the stages.
The deliverable is the outcome of the Task 1.2, and it will report a catalogue and mapping of available tools for horizon scanning together with a comprehensive analysis identifying gaps and overlaps of the past’s efforts.
Two versions of the plan will be produced. The first will be internal and will provide guidance to the partners on protection and exploitation of IPR and the project’s data management plan. The second will be external and will be used to communicate the measures of success or the project. The plan will be updated with dissemination activities and outcomes. Annual updates foreseen.
This deliverable will report the outcomes of the Task 8.1, and it will list the outcomes of surveys, literature reviews, and workshops for identifying key requirements and functionalities of the SoS Risk Governance approach.
This deliverable builds further upon D2.3 and D2.4. It extents the practical guidance drafted under deliverable D2.3 with possible improvements by inclusion of more innovative approaches. In addition, this deliverable may also consist of practical computational models, that are specific to certain stage-gates This deliverable is the ultimate product delivered by WP2, near the end of the project and involves the integration of existing and possibly novel innovative hazard, exposure and risk assessment approaches, as well as the practical guidance for use along the stage-gate model.
The decision support tool (DSS) is the core of this deliverable and is further developed based on results from the SUN project. It will enable the end-user to make decisions based on the existing input of different stakeholders and enhance communication through the applicability to experts and non-experts alike.
This deliverable consists of a scientific review in which novel approaches (that are e.g. not contained in existing methods listed under D2.2 for which practical guidance is provided in D2.3) are described, discussed and prioritized towards (future) application in the stage-gate model.
This deliverable will provide branded resources for use by the project and its partners. The website will be used as a tool to provide information to interested stakeholders and to build engagement with them. The website will eb delivered by month 6.
Update foreseen month 36. The project webinars will be delivered under Task 9.4 and used as a means of disseminating the project outcomes through social media. The webinars will be especially useful for non-experts. They will feature experts drawn from within the project partners to highlight and show the work that they are delivering.
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