Asia-Pacific Chemical Compliance Webinar


Background


China New Chemical Substances Registration Analysis, Experience Sharing and Case Study

What progress has been made since the new chemical substance environmental management measure, also known as the MEP Article 7, came into force? The new chemical substance notification has strict data requirements. How should the enterprises make full use of the existing data and be exempted from carrying out unnecessary animal experiments? How to apply the non-animal experiment method? Is it possible to design tier by tier experimental plans to reduce the cost? What is the best way to optimize the registration cycle? What should be done to register substances with high tonnage band? How to include the new chemical substance into the IECSC? Our registration experts will share the experience and take you on the registration journey step by step.

Interpretation of Data Requirements Adjustment under MEP Order 7

MEP released public notice on 31 August 2017 in terms of adjustment for data requirement under Guidance Document for New Substance Notification in China under MEP Order 7 and the adjustment mainly refers to minimum data requirement as specified in part 4 of the guidance document. Besides it specifies clear waiving conditions for each data endpoint. The adjustment will be effective on 15 October 2017. What are the specific adjustment of data requirements and how it will affect the companies? CIRS will bring the interpretation during 45 mins webinar.

Analysis and Experience Sharing of Hazardous Chemicals Management in China

As various scales of dangerous chemical accidents are occurring in China, the management of dangerous chemicals is becoming stricter. This webinar mainly introduces the general framework of hazardous chemicals management in China, the analysis of the order 591, hazardous chemicals identification and registration process, the application of hazardous chemicals permits, inspections of import and export of hazardous chemicals, requirements and progress of GHS in China, identification and differentiation of dangerous chemical substances and dangerous goods, as well as case studies and the corresponding suggestions.

Korea New Chemical Substances Registration Analysis and Experience Sharing

Korea's chemical market is now one of the world's main export markets, and supervision of chemical imports and production is also stringent. This webinar will introduce the framework of chemical management in Korea, the responsibility and obligation of the enterprise under K-REACH, the requirements for the notification of new chemical substances, the notification of special substance categories and the exemption requirements, the requirements of new substance notifications in OSHA, the notification of dangerous substances in products, case study and relevant experience sharing.

Transportation Management of Precursor, Explosive, Toxic Chemicals and Dangerous Goods in China

China's chemical regulation relies mainly on chemical inventories. For China's existing material, the main focus of the official supervision is the precursor, explosive chemicals, toxic chemicals and dangerous goods. The webinar will systematically explain the basic definitions, compliance requirements, registration procedures and regulatory requirements for toxic chemicals, precursors, explosive chemicals, highly toxic chemicals and dangerous goods, respectively.

The Analysis of the Existing Chemical Substance Registration in Korea (PECS) and Experience Sharing

As a major chemical trader in the Asia-Pacific region, Korea has systematic regulatory requirements for the management of existing chemical substances. The webinar will introduce the registration requirements, liability obligations and registration progress of the existing chemical substance. At the same time, we will give valuable advice on PECs joint registrations and lead registrations. Case study will also be included. In addition, the latest progress in K-REACH and biocides regulations will be introduced briefly. Lots of valuable advices not to be missed!

Taiwan TCSCA Analysis

How has the implementation progressed since Taiwan TCSCA and Taiwan OSHA came into effect? What is the current progress of the first batch of existing chemical substances that require standard registrations? What are the requirements for data and test reports for new chemical substance registrations? What is the Taiwan EPA inspection procedure of new chemical substance registrations? What else needs to be taken into considerations after the new chemical substance registration?  We will share our experience and you will be able to find the answers to each of these questions.


Who Shall Attend


Enterprises Responsible Persons   

EHS Responsible Persons

Regulatory Affairs Specialist

Persons in Charge of Product Registration/Notification

Responsible Persons in Chemical Products Supply Chain

Managers of Marketing and Trade Department


Agenda


Topics

Contents

Speaker

Language

Time (GMT+8)

Registration




China New Chemical Substances Registration Analysis, Experience Sharing and Case Study



1 China Chemicals Regulation catalogue and overall management framework

2 Introduction to China MEP Order 7

3 Updates on the implementation of  China MEP Order 7

4 New Chemical Substance case study including  experience sharing and suggestions




Bryan Zhou




English




21:00-22:00, 12 Sep.




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Interpretation of Data Requirements Adjustment under MEP Order 7

1 The background of adjustment of guidance document under MEP Order 7

2 Interpretation of adjustment of data requirements and comparison of current data requirement (phsico-chem properties, toxicological properties, eco-toxicological properties);

3 Adjustment of waiving conditions for specific data endpoints;

4 Influence to industries and CIRS advise






Lisa Xu






English






16:00-17:00, 22 Sep.






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Analysis and Experience Sharing of Hazardous Chemicals Management in China

1 China Chemicals Regulatory catalogue and overall management framework

2 Analysis of No. 591 Order

3 Identification of hazardous chemicals and dangerous goods

4 Identification, registration and notification of hazardous chemicals

5 License for hazardous chemicals

6 Import and export of dangerous chemicals and their packaging inspection supervision

7 Case study and suggestions

8 China GHS requirements and progress






Ethan Zheng






English






23:00-24:00, 10 Oct.






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Korea New Chemical Substances Registration Analysis and Experience Sharing

1 Korean chemicals management framework

2 Analysis of responsibilities and obligations (timetable, annual report, exemption and etc.) under K-REACH

3 Requirements of new chemical substance notification under K-REACH

4 PLC Notification requirements under K-REACH

5 New material notification data requirements under  OSHA

6 Notification of hazardous substances in the product

7 Case study and experience sharing






Ethan Zheng






English






23:00-24:00, 19 Oct.






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Transportation Management of Precursor, Explosive, Toxic Chemicals and Dangerous Goods in China

1 China chemicals regulatory catalogue and overall management framework

2 Introduction of  management of import and export toxic chemicals

3 Introduction to the management of precursor chemicals

4 Introduction of the management of explosive chemicals

5 Introduction of the  management of Highly toxic chemicals

6 Analysis of dangerous goods transportation






Bryan Zhou






English






21:00-22:00, 31 Oct.






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The Analysis of the Existing Chemical Substance Registration in Korea (PECS) and Experience Sharing

1 Korean chemicals management framework

2 Specified existing chemical substance registration requirements, responsibility and obligation analysis, etc.

3 PECs registration progress

4 PECs joint registration analysis

5 PECs lead registrant registration analysis

6 Case study

7 Recent progress in K-REACH and biocide regulations






Bryan Zhou






English






21:00-22:00, 15 Nov.






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Taiwan TCSCA Analysis

1 Taiwan Chemicals management framework

2 Analysis of responsibilities and obligations under TCSCA

3 Existing chemical substance Phase I registration

4 New chemical substance registration

5 Taiwan chemical substance supervision and CCIP

6 Specified existing chemical substance registration  progress

7 Case Study






Lisa Xu






English






21:00-22:00, 30 Nov.






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Speaker



Ethan Zheng, Regional Manager of Industrial Chemical Sector, CIRS

Ethan graduated from Kansas State University with a Master’s degree in Material Chemistry. He focuses on EU & US market with rich experience dealing with regulatory issues from oversea companies.


Bryan Zhou, Senior Regulatory Affairs Consultant, CIRS

Mr. Zhou earned his Master degree in Chemistry from University of Cincinnati. He is a senior regulatory consultant and researching chemical regulatory compliance in AP countries. Bryan has provided practical advice for dozens of foreign companies to meet regulatory compliance requirements in these regions.


Lisa Xu, Senior Regulatory Affairs Consultant, CIRS

Ms Lisa Xu earned her Master degree in Drug Discovery from Imperial College London. She is a senior chemical regulatory consultant of CIRS. She has been researching chemical regulations in different countries and responsible for project management.


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Contact Us


Chemical Inspection and Regulation Service Limited

Addr: 11F Building 1, Dongguan Hi-Tech Park, 288 Qiuyi Road, Binjiang District, Hangzhou 310052, China

Tel.: +86 571-87206574

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