Work Packages

Defining the guidelines

JATC2

Work Packages

The JATC2 is a 36-month project that consists of an integrated sequence of nine (9) work packages (4 horizontal and 5 core WPs).

WP1

Leader

DSTA

DENMARK

Coordination

WP participantsCIPH, NIJZ, NPHO, IPHS, ICO, FFIS, CARM

Aim: To coordinate the overall smooth implementation of the projectthrough the efficient management of JATC-2, supervision of the financial management and communication of progress.

WP2

Leader

NPHO

GREECE

Dissemination

WP participants: CIPH, ANSES, ISS, THL, IPHS, ICO, FFIS, CARM, MoH-ES

Aim: To maximize the impact of JATC-2 by supporting the consultation with stakeholders and the dissemination of the project’s results to the target audiences.

WP3

Leader

AGES

AUSTRIA

Evaluation

WP participantsCIPH, ANSES, NPHO, IPHS, ICO, FFIS, CARM

Aim: To evaluate the outcomes of JATC-2 and support the optimization of the internal processes necessary for their achievement.

WP4

Leader

ISS

ITALY

Sustainability and Cooperation

WP participantsDSTA, CIPH, ANSES, THL, HSE, NPHO, IPHS, ICO, FFIS, CARM, MoH-ES

Aim: To ensure long-term sustainability of JATC 2 actions through the strengthening of the integrationof tobacco control actions in EU policies.

WP5

Leader

ANSES

FRANCE

EU Common Entry Gate (EU-CEG) data and laboratory capacity

WP participantsDSTA, FPSH, Sciensano, MoH-IT, ISPRO, IRFMN, NOMA, NIPH, FOHM, RIVM, TA, OKPI, AGES, BFR, ICO, UIC

Aim: To support national competent authorities to better handle and use data submitted in the European Common Entry Gate (EU-CEG data), to share their own datasets in a secure and sustainable way and to strengthen cooperation between product testing laboratories.

WP6

Leader

DSTA

DENMARK

Enforcement of Tobacco Product Regulation

WP participantsMoH-FR, MoH-IT, HSE, NOMA, HDIR, NPHO, BFR, ICO, UIC, CNPT, MoH-ES, NVWA

Aim: To strengthen the EU Member Statesin the enforcement of tobacco product regulation at the EU Member States and EU wide level through the sharing of common experiences, challenges and solutions.

WP7

Leader

RIVM

THE NETHERLANDS

E-cigarettes and novel tobacco products evaluation

WP participantsDSTA, CIPH, Sciensano, ANSES, INCA, ISS, MoH-IT, ISPRO, IRFMN, NOMA, NIPH, FOHM, NPHO, OKPI, IPHS, AGES, BFR, ICO, UIC, CNPT, XQNS

Aim: To enhance a better understanding of the properties, health impact and regulatory implications of novel tobacco products and e-cigarettes.

WP8

Leader

ICO

SPAIN

Smoke-free environments and tobacco advertising, promotion, and sponsorship (TAPS) legislation in Europe

WP participantsCIPH, NIJZ, ISPRO, IRFMN, NIPH, HDIR, NPHO, OKPI, IPHS, FFIS, CARM, UIC, CNPT, XQNS, NTAKD

Aim: To outline and disseminate best practices in order to address the upcoming challenges for smoke-free environments in Europe (FCTC Article 8) and to assess tobacco advertisement, promotion and sponsorship (TAPS) implementation and impact in Europe (FCTC Art.13).

WP9

Leader

THL

FINLAND

Tobacco endgame strategy

WP participantsMoH-DK, NIJZ, DGS, FPSH, SpFrance, MoH-FR, MoH-IT, ISPRO, IRFMN, NAAC, UCY, HSE, NMoH, NIPH, NPHO, OKPI, IPHS, ICO, FFIS, CARM, UIC, NTAKD

Aim: To identify national tobacco endgame strategies and forward-looking tobacco control policies, to explore and exchange best practices in the development, implementation and evaluation of these strategies and policiesand to facilitate their development in the European region.