Events

Food Webinar

What is China Food Contact Positive List and How to Use the Positive List

Time : 26 June 2019
Location : China
Lang. : English, Chinese, Japanese
Cost : Free
In accordance with Food Safety Law of the People's Republic of China, companies that plan to place food contact materials into Chinese market shall comply with Chinese FCM regulation. In particular, the used resins and additives in FCMs shall be included in the positive list. Lots of enterprises may think the China FCM positive list is GB 9685. Actually, apart from GB 9685, the FCM positive list includes others.

In order to help enterprises have a correct understanding of China FCM positive list, this Webinar will introduce what the positive list includes, and help enterprises to use the positive list correctly.
Food Webinar

Comparison of Health Food Registration and Filing

Time : 29 May 2019
Location : China
Lang. : English, Chinese, Japanese
Cost : Free
To standardize the management of health food, the regulation Administrative Measure on Health Food Registration and Filing has come into force since July 1st of 2016. This measure improves the management method of health food, changing “registration only approach” into “registration and filing dual-track approach”. To help companies have a better understanding of the difference between registration and filing and successfully get the registration and/or filing certificate, this webinar compares the differences between registration and filing, and analyses the advantages and disadvantages of registration and filing.
Chemical Webinar

Comprehensive Training on K-REACH for Foreign Industry

Time : 18 April 2019
Location : Frankfurt
Lang. : English
Cost : 300 Euros per delegate (+VAT if applicable)

Comprehensive Training on K-REACH for Foreign Industry, led by Junho Lee of CIRS Group Korea, is to be scheduled on 18 April 2019. This course aims to provide deeper understanding of K-REACH and practical guidance for foreign industry that needs to comply with K-REACH. Industry will also learn what needs to be prepared and how it can be prepared for direct and indirect importations of chemical substances into Korea.

  • Date: 18th April 2019
  • Time: 10:30 – 16:30 (5 hrs.)
  • Venue: Bristol Hotel, Room “Manhattan”, Ludwigstrasse 15, Frankfurt, HE, 60327, Germany (0.5km from Frankfurt Main Station)
  • Trainers: 2
  • Attendants: max 20

Chemical Webinar

Introduction and Analysis of China's Chemical Management Trends

Time : 18 April 2019
Location : China
Lang. : EN, JP, CN
Cost : Free

On January 8, 2019, China Ministry of Ecology and Environment (MEE) published the draft Regulations on Chemical Substances Environmental Risk Assessment and Control for public comments. The draft New Regulation intends to govern the environmental risk assessment and control of any chemical substance. It is the very first piece of chemical control legislation proposed by the MEE. In addition, the draft New Regulation reveals several key changes which might be brought into China new substances management regime. Therefore, any company that is manufacturing, processing and using, importing and exporting chemicals in and from China will be influenced by the draft New Regulation in the future.

This webinar will help enterprise to better understand the risk assessment and risk management of chemical substances to be established based on this Regulation, and to get fully prepared for taking effective measures to prevent and control chemical substances such as PBT or vPvB chemicals.

Chemical Webinar

K-REACH Serials Webinar - Free Tickets to Know the Amended K-REACH

Time : 12 April 2019
Location : Korea
Lang. : English, Chinese, Japanese
Cost : Free
The Act on the Registration and Evaluation of Chemicals (known as Korea REACH) passed the plenary session of the National Assembly in Korea on April 30, 2013 and has come into force on Jan 1, 2015. Dec. 2016, the Ministry of Environment (MoE) started to revise the K-REACH and the amended K-REACH came into force officially from 1 Jan. 2019. With the implementation of amended K-REACH, enterprises’ obligations under this Act would be changed tremendously. For instance, the amended K-REACH introduced pre-registration, which would affect the regulatory compliance work of related enterprises.

In order to help foreign enterprises have a better understanding of K-REACH, CIRS is to present this K-REACH serials webinar to share valuable information about K-REACH registration.