The JATC2 is a 36-month project that consists of an integrated sequence of nine (9) work packages (4 horizontal and 5 core WPs).
WP participants: CIPH, NIJZ, NPHO, IPHS, ICO
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.
WP participants: CIPH, ANSES, ISS, THL, IPHS, ICO, 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.
WP participants: CIPH, ANSES, NPHO, IPHS, ICO
Aim: To evaluate the outcomes of JATC-2 and support the optimization of the internal processes necessary for their achievement.
Sustainability and Cooperation
WP participants: DSTA, CIPH, ANSES, THL, HSE, NPHO, IPHS, ICO, MoH-ES
Aim: To ensure long-term sustainability of JATC 2 actions through the strengthening of the integrationof tobacco control actions in EU policies.
EU Common Entry Gate (EU-CEG) data and laboratory capacity
WP participants: DSTA, 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.
Enforcement of Tobacco Product Regulation
WP participants: MoH-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.
E-cigarettes and novel tobacco products evaluation
WP participants: DSTA, 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.
Smoke-free environments and tobacco advertising, promotion, and sponsorship (TAPS) legislation in Europe
WP participants: CIPH, NIJZ, ISPRO, IRFMN, NIPH, HDIR, NPHO, OKPI, IPHS, 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).
Tobacco endgame strategy
WP participants: MoH-DK, NIJZ, DGS, FPSH, SpFrance, MoH-FR, MoH-IT, ISPRO, IRFMN, NAAC, UCY, HSE, NMoH, NIPH, NPHO, OKPI, IPHS, ICO, 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.