Free Webinar:Analysis on Revised Guidance of MEP Order 7 and its Impact
original article from CIRS
The new "Guidance for New Chemical Substance Notification and Registration (draft)" was issued on June 25, 2015 on the website of MEP-SCC and will be open for public consultation. The changes focus on several main areas: application scope; management policy; data and waiving requirements; risk assessment reports; post-registration requirements and procedure, etc. Expert from CIRS will bring the most updated information on the revised guidance and its impact to the industry in the webinar.
Time and Schedule
Webinar 1 (Chinese): 6:00am (GMT) or 2:00 pm (Beijing Time) 14th July 2015;
Webinar 2 (English): 9:00am (GMT), or 5:00pm (Beijing Time) 14th July 2015;
Webinar 3 (English): 1:00pm (GMT), or 9:00pm (Beijing Time) 14th July 2015;
Length: 40 min
Presentation focus: legal background, comparison between current and proposed revised version of MEP Order7 guidance document, the impact to the industry, CIRS analysis and advices, etc.
Presenter: Eric Xiong, Head of Industrial Chemical Sector, CIRS (in English);
Bruce Wang, Technical Manager and Senior Advisor (in Chinese)
Registration fee: free of charge
About the Presenter
Eric Xiong Head of Industrial Chemicals Sector, CIRS China
Mr. Eric Xiong has more than 8 years working experience in product stewardship and regulatory compliance service for industrial chemicals in China and other east Asian countries.
His vast experience in getting more than 50 new substances approved under typical notification under MEP Order 7 (China REACH) and other Asian pacific countries provides him with deep understanding of chemical regulations and rich knowledge in providing solutions for serving company’s regulatory compliance needs before entering into China market.
BruceWang, Technical expert of New Chemical Notification in China, CIRS China
Mr. Bruce Wang has been working since 2011 on notification of new chemicals in China and chemical safety assessment. He has abundant experience on interpretation of new chemical management regulatory in China, data gap analysis and preparing chemical safety report.
Who Shall Attend?
- Foreign companies who want to export new chemical into China or domestic companies who will manufacture hazardous chemicals in China.
- Regulatory affair specialists involved with new chemicals regulations.
- Responsible persons in chemical product supply chain.
How to Register:
Please consider your time zone and language to choose one of the three webinars to register, they will have exactly the same contents.
Click the link below to register.
After online registration, you will receive a link one day and one hour before the webinar starts.By clicking that link, you shall be able to join our webinar automatically. Please note that space is strictly limited to a maximum of 100 attendees.
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