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REACH24H is invited to speech at IFEAT Conference 2015 Colombo, Sri Lanka

Date: September 27(Sunday)-October 1(Thursday), 2015 Language: English
Address: Cinnamon Grand Hotel, Colombo, Sri Lanka

overview

The IFEAT conference will be held from 27th September to 1st October. Delegates will be able to participate in a number of seminars featuring technical and commercial interests, in which experts in these areas will make the leading contributions. There will also be field visits to the cinnamon growing region on the southern coast, where delegates will be able to see spectacular beaches, unique traditional fishing techniques, and witness the distillation of the essential oils of cinnamon.

REACH24H is invited to attend the conference and give a speech on chemical regulation compliance of flavours and fragrances companies in China and Taiwan.

Agenda

Saturday, 26th September 2015
10:00-17:00 Registration
18:30-20:30 Welcome Reception, The Kingsbury Hotel
Monday, 28th September 2015
09:00-10:30 Session 1: Asia - Innovative Supplier of Ingredients
14:00-15:30 Session 2: Medicinal Plants in Healthcare Food and Cosmetics
Tuesday, 29th September 2015
09:00-10:30 Session 3: IFEAT Annual General Meeting / Business Reports / IFEAT Medal Lecture
14:00-15:30 Session 4: Social Achievements in the F&F Industry
Wednesday, 30th September 2015
09:00-17:00 Perfumery Workshop
Medicinal Plants Workshop presented by Professor Geoffrey Cordell
07:30-18:00 Field Trips
Thursday, 1st October 2015
09:00-10:30 Session 5: Market Developments and Trends of Naturals
14:00-15:30 Session 6: Regulatory and Legislative Developments

Register

Please register in the conference website.

Organizer

IFEAT

IFEAT embraces the interests of the global flavour and fragrance industries worldwide. These sectors have vast turnovers, employ millions of people, and involve enterprises ranging from small family operations through to large multinationals, involved in essential oils production, aroma chemical manufacture, flavours and fragrance compounding, trading and consumer product manufacturing.

The principal aim of IFEAT is the advancement and protection of the interests of its members in all parts of the world through international collaboration, the encouragement of good practice, the dissemination of information and provision of forums for discussion.

A major activity is the annual IFEAT international conference, which has developed into the most important annual meeting of all stakeholders involved in the sectors, affording incomparable business and social contact opportunities. In the following pages learn more about what IFEAT can offer.More

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Date: September 29(Tuesday)-30(Wednesday), 2015 Language: English
Address: Crystal Gateway Marriott Hotel, Arlington, VA (Washington DC)

overview

Since the establishment, SCHC(the Society for Chemical Hazard Communication) is devoting itself to the missions of promoting the improvement of hazard communication for chemicals, educating SCHC members on hazard communication issues, providing a forum for exchange of ideas and experiences, enhancing the awareness of members and the general public of new developments in hazard communication and providing guidance or technical expertise to a private group, legislative body, or governmental entity. And SCHC will hold the Fall 2015 Meeting in Arlington, VA.

Depending on the cooperation with REACH24H, SCHC invited Robert J. Kiefer, general manager of REACH 24H USA Inc., to attend the Fall 2015 Meeting of SCHC and give a speech of China and Taiwan ghs updates.

Agenda

Tuesday, September 29, 2015
8:00–8:30 REGISTRATION (Continental breakfast provided)
8:30–8:40 BUSINESS MEETING
8:40-8:45 Professional Development Awards Atanu Das, Professional Development Co-Chair
8:45–9:30 Canadian GHS Update

Amira Sultan, Regulatory Policy and Risk Management Manager

Workplace Hazardous Materials Directorate;

Kim Godard, Ph.D. Manager

Workplace Hazardous Materials Directorate, Healthy Environments and Consumer Safety Branch;

Health, Canada/Government of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario

9:30–10:15 HazCom 2012: Beyond SDS and Labels, Next Steps for Compliance, Enforcement.

Maureen Ruskin, Director

Office of Chemical Hazards-Metals, Directorate of Standards and Guidance;

Sven Rundman III, Senior Industrial Hygienist/Team Leader, Office of Health Enforcement, Directorate of Enforcement Programs;

Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), Washington, D.C.

10:15–10:35 BREAK(Hazard Communication Products Display is Open)
10:35–11:15 In-Plant Labeling Systems HMIS Fourth Edition

Steve Sides, VP, Science, Technology & Environmental Policy,

American Coatings Association , Washington, DC

11:15–12:00 Product Liability-HazCom 2012

Kenneth Ross, Esq.

Of Counsel Bowman and Brooke LLP, Minneapolis, MN

12:00–1:30 LUNCH
1:30–2:15 HazCom 2012 Implementation: Lessons Learned

Suzanne Janicki

North American GHS Project Manager, BASF, Hannibal, MO.

2:15–2:55 Turkey GHS Update

Patricia Manteghi

Regulatory Compliance Specialist ChemAdvisor, Inc., Tampa/St. Petersburg, FL

2:55–3:15 BREAK(Hazard Communication Products Display is Open)
3:15–3:55 GHS Update: China and Taiwan

Robert J. Kiefer , General Manager

REACH24H USA Inc. Reston, Virginia

3:55–4:30 K-REACH

Sookie Hong Manager, Regulatory Research – Asia Pacific 3E

Bethesda, MD

4:30–5:45 COMMITTEE MEETINGS
6:00–8:00 RECEPTION (Hazard Communication Products Display is Open)
Wednesday, September 30, 2015
8:00–8:30 Continental Breakfast
9:00–9:45 Q & A with Speakers

Amira Sultan & Kim Godard, Health Canada

Maureen Ruskin & Sven Rundman III, OSHA

Sookie Hong, 3E

9:45–10:05 BREAK
10:05–10:40 Updating OSHA PELs

William Perry, CIH

Director OSHA Directorate of Standards and Guidance

10:40–11:15 TBD
11:15–11:50 Strategic Priority Update: HazCom Competencies and Curriculums TBD
11:50–12:00 MEETING WRAP-UP Darlene Susa-Anderson, SCHC President
12:00 MEETING ADJOURNS

Register

Please register online, for more information:

  • Contact: SCHC Admin
  • Phone: 703.658.9246
  • Email: info@schc.org

Organizer

SCHC

The Society for Chemical Hazard Communication (SCHC) is a professional society committed to serving chemical hazard communication professionals and to promoting knowledge and awareness in all areas of chemical hazard communication. Areas covered include worker safety, domestic and international regulatory compliance, toxicology and other chemical and physical hazards, environmental toxicology, risk analysis, etc. Members are professionals who represent industrial, consumer, and specialty chemical companies, pharmaceutical firms, manufacturers, distributors and importers, government agencies, universities and consultants.More

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Date: 21 Apr 2015 (Tuesday)

Time: 13:00-17:00

Registration Fee: JPA 32,000 Yen + VAT

Language: Consecutive Interpretation in Japanese

Address:『ナルド』, 3rd Floor, IVY Hall, 4-4-25 Shibuya-ku, Tokyo

Overview

On 9 Mar 2015, China’s Inventory of Hazardous Chemicals (2015) was jointly issued by 10 departments under the central government. It will take effect from 1 May 2015 and replace the Catalogue of Hazardous Chemicals (2002) and Inventory of Chinese Highly Toxic Chemicals (2002). The inventory contains 2828 well-recognized hazardous chemicals and will help guide the administrative work of the authorities, as well as clarify industries’ obligations under State Council Decree 591 and its sub-regulations.

On 21 Apr 2015, The Chemical Daily will host “Interpretation on Inventory of Hazardous Chemicals (2015) Seminar” in Tokyo, Japan. REACH24H is invited to analyze the possible influences of newly published inventory, and provide compliance strategies on hazardous chemical registration in China. This one-day seminar will enable Japanese companies share best practice and gain a greater understanding of the latest developments in the chemical regulatory environment in China.

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Agenda

13:00-13:30

Current Status of Hazardous Chemical Management in China

Mr. Eric Sun

REACH24H Consulting Group

13:35-14:45

Compliance Strategies on Newly Published Inventory of Hazardous Chemicals (2015)

Ms. Cassie Li

REACH24H Consulting Group

14:45-14:55

Tea Break

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14:55-16:05

Detailed Interpretation of Hazardous Chemical Registration in China

Mr. Eric Sun

REACH24H Consulting Group

16:05-17:00

Q&A Session

REACH24H Consulting Group

How to register?

Planning Department

The Chemical Daily
3-16-8, Nihonbashi Hama-cho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 103-8485 Japan

TEL: 03-3663-7931 (Rep.;ONLY in Japanese)

FAX: 03-3663-2330 (Rep.)

Please fill out the registration form as below:
http://www.kagakukogyonippo.com/seminar/semi_form.html

Organizer

The Chemical Daily is Japanese leading chemical-industry newspaper. In 2011, we celebrated 75 years of effectively providing the chemical community with the relevant news and information necessary to push ahead with business growth. With a strong daily readership, The Chemical Daily is one of the longest established and most valued sources of chemical-industry information in Japan and Asia…More

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OVERVIEW

In the recent years, growth and development of the global chemical industry have been staggering. The rate of innovation as well as discovery in the world of chemical industry has exceeded the predictions and expectations of many experts. In order to avoid unwanted casualties concerning safety, health, and environment, governing legislators are obligated to update and improve regulations concerning chemical products manufacture and trade to ensure a greener and safer environment. A grasp of information to these updates would be crucial to ensure chemical companies in Malaysia to be well-prepared at an encounter of the chemical regulatory walls. On the 24th of March 2015, REACH24H proudly presents a seminar dedicated to deliver the latest global regulatory progresses, insightful expert opinions and cutting-edge solutions to these rising barriers. The one day event would cover everything from the recently published new chemical registration procedures in South Korea and Taiwan, to GHS implementation in major countries in Asia and Europe.

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Event Date

24 Mar 2015 (Tuesday)

Event Venue

Time: 24 Mar 2015| 8.00-17.00 (Local time)

Venue: Renaissance Kuala Lumpur Hotel

Address: Corner of Jalan Sultan Ismail and Jalan Ampang 50450 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia

EVENT REGISTRATION SCHEDULE

CICM Members Early Bird (Closed on 1st of March): 550RM / 155USD

CICM Members Standard Fee (Closed on 23rd of March): 700RM / 200USD Register Now!

Non-members Early Bird (Closed on 1st of March): 700RM / 200USD

Non-members Standard Fee (Closed on 23rd of March): 850RM / 240USD Register Now!

Or, fill out the registration form and send it to anderson@cn.reach24h.com

For any inquiries in regards to the seminar please e-mail to: anderson@cn.reach24h.com or tel: +86 571 8700 7584

A QUICK GLANCE INTO THE EVENTS

I. Introduction of Korean REACH

The Act on Registration and Evaluation of Chemicals of Korea (K-REACH) was published on the 22 May 2013 and has just been recently implemented on 1 Jan 2015. It is regarded as the first REACH-style chemical regulation adopted in an Asian country. K-REACH manages new chemical substances, existing chemical substances and downstream products by prescribing the requirements for registration, hazard evaluation and risk assessment. Topic to be discussed in this section would include the introduction of the legislation background, the obligations, comparison of the regulation with EU-REACH, and case studies on how the regulation would impact various industries.

II. Management on New & Existing Chemical Substance Registration under Taiwan TCSCA/OSHA

Taiwan Toxic Chemical Substances Control Act (TCSCA) was first issued in November 1986. The latest amendment of TCSCA was published on December 11, 2013 by the Environmental Protection Administration (EPA) and had come into force as of December 11, 2014. It is of great significance that the idea of the new and existing chemical substances management substances was brought into the revised TCSCA. In addition, Taiwan has made good progress establishing its chemical substance inventory and taking a stepwise approach towards effectively implementing a risk-based chemicals management system. Topics that would be covered in this section would include a brief introduction of the legislation, procedures towards compliance, its comparison with EU-REACH, and case studies on how the regulation would impact various industries.

III. GHS implementation in main Asia Pacific countries

The final “Globally Harmonized System (GHS) for classification and labelling” standard was created at the 1992 Rio Conference on Environment and Development. The GHS was designed to replace all the diverse classification systems and present one universal standard which all countries should follow (however, the GHS is not compulsory under UN law). Over the years countries all over the world had updated their own classification and labelling standard to match and follow the GHS to improve safe and health in work environment. This includes major countries in the Asia Pacific region. In this section, the implementation of GHS and different rules of SDS and Labelling in various countries in Asia i.e. Singapore, Malaysia, Japan, Philippines, Thailand and etc. would be discussed.

IV. Brief Introduction on Significant Regulations in Southeast Asia Countries

As one of the most critical trading regions in the world, the implementation of various regulations encompassing the world of chemical substance production and trade in the region is indeed a smart and crucial move by the governing officials in each country of the region. An understanding of the diverse regulations in the area would be beneficial for chemical companies to enhance their market opportunities in Southeast Asia. Three of the most recent updated regulations would be discussed in this section, i.e. “The Law Environmental Protection of People’s Republic of Vietnam”, “Hazardous Substance Control Act (Thailand)” and new chemical substance notification regulation details.

V. Details of China GHS Implementation and Hazardous Chemicals Registration

China’s adoption of UN GHS (global harmonized system) can be traced back all the way to the early 90s. Over the years, the GHS system in China has grown significantly encompassing a number of Orders, Measures and Standards released by different government sectors. On the other hand, Order 53 is the latest regulation released by State Administration of Work Safety (SAWS) to enhance control on hazardous chemicals in China. It is a key regulation in China that takes special concern on hazardous chemical’s production, import/export, use, storage, transport and waste disposal. Topics to be discussed in this section would include the introduction of regulatory framework of hazardous chemical administration and GHS regulation updates in China.

VI. Compliance Strategies on China New Chemical Substances Notification

"Measures on the Environmental Management of New Chemical Substance" (MEP Order No.7) was released by the Ministry of Environmental Protection (MEP), aimed to supervise the production, import/export, use, storage, transport and environmental impact of all new chemicals in China. The regulation came into force in 2010 and had been revised several times to fulfill the needs for a better control over new chemical substances in China. In this section, topics including regulation background, notification procedure, post obligations case study, and etc. would be covered.

EXPECTED AUDIENCE

1. EHS professionals directly involved in practice of regulatory compliance in China, EU, Korea, Taiwan etc.

2. Decision-makers for their companies’ regulatory strategy in China, EU, Korea, Taiwan etc.

3. Specialist assuming the responsibility to ensure regulatory compliance on whole supply chain

4. Business developer who seek opportunities in China, EU, Korea, Taiwan etc. chemical market

SPEAKERS

Ms. Joyce Chen

Ms. Joyce Chen has been a part of REACH24H Consulting Group ever since completing her degree in bio-system engineering from one of the most prestigious university in China, Zhejiang University. She is now a core member of the technical team focusing on the chemical regulations in the Asia Pacific region, in particular China’s new chemical substance notification, Taiwan TCSCA and Taiwan new and existing chemical registration. In the past two years, she has successfully managed more than 50 compliance projects covering all notification types in China new chemical substance notification.

Mr. Jerrison Wei

Mr. Jerrison Wei is a senior consultant in REACH24H Consulting Group for various chemical regulatory affairs worldwide i.e. EU REACH, China new chemical substance notification, K-REACH and etc. Thanks to the project management experience in the past two and half years, Mr. Wei has gathered extensive experience in EU, China and Korea regulatory compliance practices and is professional in helping international companies to solve chemical regulatory problems they have.

Ms. Bella Zheng

Ms. Bella Zheng obtained her MSc in Chemistry degree from Braunschweig University of Technology, one of the leading science and technology university in Germany. She was a part and one of the most influential members of GCCCD (Society of Chinese chemists and chemical engineers in Germany). Ms. Zheng is a professionally trained speaker, and has been invited to deliver speeches in various events hosted by various chemical organizations. Her background and years of experience in the chemical industry had made her an expert in various areas of chemistry, including chemical regulations worldwide in particular GHS regulatory compliance in China.

Mr. Anderson Sukir

Mr. Anderson Sukir, is a business development manager and also a consultant in REACH24H Consulting Group. His background in the field of chemistry has made his understanding of the chemical regulation worldwide (China REACH, EU REACH, K-REACH, Taiwan TCSCA and GHS regulations from various countries) at a level similar to an expert. His professionalism in the field of business developing has made him the man responsible for the 2015 Asia Pacific Chemical Regulations Seminar in Kuala Lumpur.

Ms. Alison Liu

Ms. Alison Liu is the Manager of REACH Regulatory Affairs Department in REACH24H Consulting Group. Since her early days in the company, Ms. Liu has been dedicating and focusing her work in the field of global chemical regulations and diverse consultancy techniques to fulfill the needs of various roles in the industries that ranges from product manufacturer, trader, all the way to logistic companies. Her knowledge and experience is without doubt one of the reason REACH24H is capable to provide a second to none regulatory compliance services.

Event Agenda

Time Activity
8.00 – 8.30 Registration and distribution of materials to attendees
8.30 – 9.00 Keynote Speech By CICM
9.00 – 10.00 Topic 1: Introduction of Korea REACH (including comparison with EU REACH)
10.00–10.30 Coffee Break
10.30–11.15 Topic 2: Taiwan TCSCA/OSHA (including comparison with EU REACH)
11.15–11.45 Q&A
11.45–12.45 Lunch
12.45–13.30 Topic 3: GHS Implementation in main Asia Pacific countries
13.30–14.15 Topic 4: Brief Introduction on Significant Regulations in Southeast Asia
14.15–15.00 Topic 5: Details of China GHS Implementation and Hazardous Chemicals Registration
15.00–15.30 Q&A
15.30–15.45 Coffee Break
15.45–16.15 Topic 6: Compliance Strategies on China New Chemical Substance Notification
16.15–16.45 REACH24H Company Introduction Q&A/Questionnaire for feedback

About Us

REACH24H Consulting Group is a consulting company specialized in providing chemical regulatory consultancy and technical solution for chemical industries around the world. We have a team of more than 130 people serving more than 4000 clients from every continent. Our global locations in China, Ireland and USA ensure our timely response to customers’ needs. Founded in 2009, REACH24H is dedicated to developing cost-effective and efficient compliance projects for enterprises facing the major chemical regulatory barriers worldwide, including: EU REACH, EU CLP, Global GHS, China NCSN, China pesticide, China Cosmetics, US TSCA, Japan CSCL, Korea-REACH, etc. REACH24H collaborates with clients to help them better recognize and understand their chemical regulatory obligations before entering into a foreign market. Our extensive cooperation with governments and industry associations keep us at the forefront of the latest chemical regulatory trends.

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Seminar Overview

China is now the second-largest market for German exports outside the EU and nearly half of all EU exports to China come from Germany. In recent years China’s chemical regulatory framework has undergone great changes. Meanwhile, since 11 Dec 2013, a new Chemical Substance Registration System had brought into the revised Taiwan TCSCA and came into force on 11 Dec 2014. This means the complexities of various chemical management regulations in China and Taiwan pose major regulatory and trade barriers for foreign companies.

To alleviate these issues UMCO and REACH24H will host ‘China REACH and GHS Compliance Seminar 2015’ on 28 April, 2015 in Duesseldorf, Germany. As China’s foremost regulatory compliance service provider, this seminar promises a chance to pick the brains of China’s preeminent regulatory experts, and take home the most up-to-date regulatory compliance information.

ABOUT THE SEMINAR

This one-day seminar combines an overview of chemical regulations in China and Taiwan, and will feature a multitude of practically useful China and Taiwan compliance advice. Participants will be provided with a detailed explanation of major chemical regulations, including China New Chemical Substance Notification, GHS in Asian countries, China Hazardous chemical registration, Taiwan New and Existing Chemical Substances Registration under revised TCSCA, Regulating Food Contact Materials in China etc.

Who should attend the seminar?

Director/Manager in EHS department

Director/Manager involved in the supply chain

Lawyers concerned about the Asian chemical regulatory compliance

Decision makers who seek marketing opportunities in Chinese chemical market

Experts who pay close attention to chemical regulations in China and Asian countries

Registration Details

Date: 28 April 2015 (Tuesday)

Registration Fee: 595+VAT

*The registration fee includes all program materials, welcome coffee, lunch, and twice per day refreshments.

How to register?

Register online

www.umco.de/registrationchinaseminar2015

Event Address

Lindner Congress Hotel Duesseldorf

Luetticher Strasse 130, 40547 Duesseldorf, Germany

Contact Us

Contact Person: Julia Hunke

Email: j.hunke@umco.de

Phone: +49 (0)40 / 79 02 36 300

SPEAKERS

Erin Wu, Chemical Regulatory Consultant

REACH24H Consulting Group

Ms. Erin Wu is a professional consultant specialized in China’s chemical regulatory system including China New Chemical Substance Notification, China GHS, China Hazardous chemical registration, etc. Backed up by her extensive experience in South-Pacific Region and rich regulatory knowledge, she plays a significant role in supporting EU companies in complying with China regulations.

Shawn Xiang, Senior Regulatory Specialist

REACH24H Consulting Group

Mr. Shawn Xiang is a recognized expert in China New Chemical Substance Notification, Taiwan Chemical Registration under Taiwan revised TCSCA & Taiwan OSHA. He has gained extensive hands-on experience in data gap analysis, project management, exposure scenario development.

Bella Zheng, Chemical Regulatory Specialist

REACH24H Consulting Group

Ms. Bella Zheng is a Chemistry Master from Technical University of Braunschweig, Germany. She is an important member of GCCCD (Society of Chinese chemists and chemical engineers in the Federal Republic of Germany), delivered a speech on “optical absorption spectroscopy of the crystal oxides” at the 2011 GCCCD Annual Conference. She has 2 years of experience in China chemistry industry and wide-ranging expertise in China-GHS Regulatory compliance.

Raymond Ng, Food Regulatory Specialist

REACH24H Consulting Group

Mr Raymond Ng (Msc, BA) has mastered from University of Nottingham and has extensive knowledge on Chinese regulations on food contact materials; his research in this area specialises on aspects on how governmental food policies including changes in Chinese food contact material impact foreign businesses. Mr Ng will share the new changes in Chinese policy and its potential effect this may have on various stakeholder groups.

Kerstin Heitmann, Head of REACH Team

UMCO

Ms. Kerstin Heitmann is a graduate chemist (German Diplom) and can draw on many years of experience in REACH consulting. Due to her extensive knowledge of the European REACH regulation and lending to her years of experiences consulting high-profile clients in registration, she is known as a reputable and highly competent expert in working groups and often a speaker at conferences.

Ariane Stoll, Chemical Management

UMCO

Ms. Ariane Stoll is a certified food chemist and is a consultant for chemical management at UMCO. Among her responsibilities are the creation of legally conform safety data sheets according to CLP- and REACH-Regulation.

Agenda

27/04/2015 19:00 Get together for all seminar attendees

28/04/2015

8:30

Reception & Welcome coffee

9:00

Welcome and Introduction to the Topics

Kerstin Heitmann, UMCO

 

9:30

What needs to be considered for placing products on the Chinese Market

An overview of Chinese chemical regulations and how they may potentially impact your business processes

Erin Wu, Chemical Regulatory Consultant , REACH24H Consulting Group

10:00

China GHS Implementation and Compliance

Bella Zheng, Chemical Regulatory Specialist,REACH24H Consulting Group

10:45

Coffee break

11:15

Hazardous Chemical Registration in China

Bella Zheng, Chemical Regulatory Specialist, REACH24H Consulting Group

12:00

Q&A Session

Kerstin Heitmann, UMCO

12:30

Lunch

13:30

Taiwan New and Existing Chemical Registration

Shawn Xiang, Senior Regulatory Specialist, REACH24H Consulting Group

14:15

China New Chemical Substance Notification (China NCSN)

Shawn Xiang, Senior Regulatory Specialist, REACH24H Consulting Group

15:00

Coffee break

15:30

Regulating Food Contact Materials in China

Raymond Ng, Food Regulatory Consultant , REACH24H Consulting Group

16:00

GHS Implementation in Asia Pacific Region

Bella Zheng, Chemical Regulatory Specialist, REACH24H Consulting Group

16:30

Q&A Session

Kerstin Heitmann, UMCO

17:00

Summary & Wrap-Up

 

ORGANIZER

REACH24H Consulting Group is a consulting company specialized in providing chemical regulatory consultancy and technical solution for chemical industries around the world. We have a team of more than 130 people serving more than 4000 clients from every continent. Our global locations in China, Ireland and USA ensure our timely response to customers’ needs. Founded in 2009, REACH24H is dedicated to developing cost-effective and efficient compliance projects for enterprises facing the major chemical regulatory barriers worldwide, including: EU REACH, EU CLP, Global GHS, China NCSN, China pesticide, China Cosmetics, US TSCA, Japan CSCL, Korea-REACH, etc. REACH24H collaborates with clients to help them better recognize and understand their chemical regulatory obligations before entering into a foreign market. Our extensive cooperation with governments and industry associations keep us at the forefront of the latest chemical regulatory trends.

UMCO has been offering compliance solutions for the distribution and handling of chemicals all over the world for the last 30 years. Their customers benefit from a complete advising service for substances, plants, organization and transport of the highest quality. 45 employees in Hamburg, Cologne and Rottweil in Germany look after 1,000 enterprises in the chemicals, pharmaceuticals, logistics and processing industries. UMCOs service portfolio includes product and chemicals management, reach and biocides as well as safety health environment, dangerous goods advice, a 24-hour-emergency-number and trainings/seminars. The team of inter-disciplinarily-active engineers, scientists and lawyers are ready to support their customers in order to perfectly implement the projects together. How? With excellently trained employees and comprehensive substance knowledge which UMCO use in all the appropriate fields according to the motto: gathered once for multiple benefits.

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Overview

Global Chemical Congress 2015 will be held on 25-26 February 2015 in London to celebrate the success of NCEC's 40th anniversary. REACH24H Consulting Group will present topics concerning on China chemical regulations, K-REACH and Taiwan Chemical Management under Taiwan TCSCA and  Taiwan OSHA.

This two-day event will enable companies from around the world to share best practice and act as a forum for leading industry experts to provide up-to-date information on key topics. It will focus on enabling attendees to gain a greater understanding of the developments in international chemical regulations, build best practice for mitigating and managing chemical incidents, as well as dealing with wider crisis management that could impact their organisation. The event will be a combination of keynote presentations and breakout seminars. In addition, you will have the opportunity to book time individually with global chemical regulators and experts who can provide confidential and specific answers to your questions.

Date & Address

25-26 Feb 2015 (Wednesday, Thursday)

Radisson Blu Edwardian Hotel, close to London Heathrow Airport.

How to Register?

Registration Fee: £399 + VAT (at 20%)

Includes access to the two-day event, lunch and refreshments for 25 and 26 February, delegate pack of speakers’ presentations, dinner on 25 February, single bed and breakfast accommodation at the venue hotel for the night of 25 February 2015 and paid car parking at the venue (if applicable) for the duration of the event.

If you are interested in attending this event, please email:sheena.newell@ricardo-aea.com for more information.

Contents

  • Poison centre update
  • Asia Pacific chemical regulations
  • UN / ADR
  • Labelling and CLP
  • First aid for chemical exposure
  • Chemical response best practice
  • Biocides
  • Industry case studies
  • Managing people affected by an incident
  • Emergency contact training
  • Chemical incident response actions
  • Physical response to chemical incidents
  • PR and media management during an incident
  • Communication technology for effective crisis management
  • Responsible care in the supply chain
  • Chemical crisis mitigation best practice

See More: Global Chemical Congress Website

Contact Us

Vanccy Hu

Tel:  +86-571-87103809

Fax:  +86-571-87007566

Email:Vanccy.hu@cn.reach24h.com

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The REACH24H Consulting Group provides global chemical compliance solutions to assist chemical manufacturers, importers and downstream users to effectively manage their REACH responsibilities. We currently maintain a global presence, with offices in Ireland, China and Canada.

As a people based business, REACH24H believes capability is a key to achieving excellence, and the way we deploy it is of the same importance as our capability. Thus, we require and guide our staff to follow REACH24H’s code of conduct and performance values. We invest in people to improve our capability as well as our way to work. We also attach great attention to internal controls for protecting the reputation of our clients as well as our own.

We invest in people:

We pay attention to both new recruits and current staff, and put a high value on the continual development of them.
We provide our staff with structured training programs, improving both professional knowledge and business skills.
We develop our staff through strategic assignments, working with various people around the world.
We recognize our people and ensure they are rewarded for their individual contribution to the success of the business.

You can apply for:

1.chemical regulatory compliance specialist

(1) Job description
>>Doing in-depth research into global regulations on chemicals, drugs, agrochem, food and cosmetics

>>Developing custom solutions according to regulation requirements and companies’ actual situations; transferring sophisticated regulations into systematic and practical processes and developing matching documentations; delivering regulations in with straightaway languages to other colleagues;

>>Cooperating and coordinating with other colleagues in Chemical Regulatory Dept.

>>Communicating and discussing with famous enterprises, government institutions and industry associations on global chemical regulations

>> You are supposed to gain opportunities to participate in technical seminars and trainings both at home and abroad. You are also supposed to get relevant certificates under REACH24H’s support

>>Offering technical trainings for customers/partners as REACH24H’s technical experts in Belgium, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, USA, etc.

>> Staffs who rank top 15% in annual assessment will get the opportunity to work or be trained in our subsidiary in Ireland.

(2)  Position requirements

>>Education background: Master’s Degree or above

>>Major background: organic chemistry/ pharmaceuticals chemistry/analytic chemistry/ pharmaceutical engineering

>>language ability :Good English in both spoken and written (CET6, TEM4 or above)

>> Personal quality: Honesty, integrity, ambition, a keen sense of responsibility, sprit of innovation, good learning capability, team spirit ,ability for independent study and problem solving, strong commination and presentation skills, anti-pressure ability, excellent information analysis skills, executive ability

>> We offer humanistic management, favorable benefit and a highly competitive salary.

 

2.Cosmetics Safety Assessor

(1)   Job description
>>Tracking and researching safety assessment regulations of cosmetics products and raw materials in China, EU and other countries

>> tracking and researching cosmetics security testing methods and relevant regulations

>> Completing products safety assessment tasks with project manager

>>develop good relationship with associations and institutions to maintain company image

>> offering technical support for global business development

(2)   Position requirements

>> Education background: master’s degree or above

>> Major background: Toxicology, prophylactic medicine, pharmacology , foundation medicine and dermatology are preferred

>> Working experience: no working experience is required. Candidates who have studying or working experience in toxicology (especially CRO, safety assessment or regulatory service) are preferred

>> Language ability: Good English in both spoken and written. Candidates who used to study or work abroad , or master two foreign languages are preferred

>> Personal quality: strong sense of responsibility, good communication skills and team spirit, be able to act in a logical and effective manner, be willing to face the challenges.

 

If you are interested in those positions, please send your resume to. We will contact you if you are qualified.

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As a people based business, we always ask ourselves two questions to improve our services. One is what is more that we can deliver to our clients than other competitors, and the other is if our competitor is offering the exact same product, how ours are better.

Bearing both in hearts, we keep researching in depth on a wider range of chemical and chemical-related legislations, and intend to develop more convenience-providing products like Chemlinked, RSCC. We also keep on training our staffs and professionals, and absorb new talents into our team, and go the extra miles every time for our clients. For the competitiveness of REACH24H, we strive every minute to perfect our products and services.

What is more that we can deliver than our competitors?
REACH24H has already built strong relationships with local labs, so that we can devote ourselves to regulatory studying, professionalism enhancing, product developing, information providing, and service improving.
Specialized and professional, REACH24H always try to offer the most considerate and comprehensive solution for our client.
Professional, also innovative, we have developed several self-brand products and are keeping on developing.

If the competitor is offering the exact same product, how are ours better?
REACH24H believes capability is a key to achieving excellence, and the way we deploy it is of the same importance as our capability. Thus, we require and guide our staff to follow REACH24H’s code of conduct and performance values. We invest in people to improve our capability as well as our way to work. We also attach great attention to internal controls for protecting the reputation of our clients as well as our own.

Our Code of Conduct

*We establish and consolidate trust-based relationship with clients.
*We work together and think over the way we work.
*We operate with policy “win-win”, delivering results for clients and achieving profitable growth.
*We offer only those services we can deliver and strive to deliver no less than our commitments.
*We meet our contractual obligations and report and charge honestly for our services.
*We compete vigorously, solving client’s problem with diligence and intelligence.
*We intend to achieve excellence on every case and build long-term relationship with clients.

Performance Values

*We are customized, willingly working with clients and tailoring solutions to their specific needs.
*We demonstrate integrity, build credibility.
*We respect our clients, and also respect our colleagues.
*We obey the code of ethics, respecting the confidentiality and privacy of our clients.
*We uphold our clients’ reputations as well as our own.
*We achieve excellence through innovation, learning and agility.

Investment in People

*We pay attention to both new recruits and current staff, and put a high value on the continual development of them.
*We provide our staff with structured training programs, improving both professional knowledge and business skills.
*We develop our staff through strategic assignments, working with various people around the world.
*We recognize our people and ensure they are rewarded for their individual contribution to the success of the business.

REACH24H is an internationally renowned technological services company with the headquarter in Hangzhou, China and branches in Ireland, the United States, and Taiwan. The company has a number of internationally certified toxicologists, specialized safety appraisers, and risk assessment experts. By creating a 24-hour global consulting service network and a technical experts team, REACH24H provides one-stop international market entrance services. Our services cover a broad range of industries such as industrial chemicals, agrochemicals, cosmetics, food and food contact materials, and consumer products. Service content includes product notification and registration, regulatory information, news and compliance warning, training seminars and open courses, as well as Internet-based supply chain management software.

“Value in Compliance” is REACH24H’s mission statement. Founded in 2009, REACH24H has provided technical supports for governments, associations and social organizations, served over 6,000 well-known companies and completed tens of thousands of projects from product notification, registration to consulting. To remove trade barriers and promote global trade integration, REACH24H has offered outstanding technical services. REACH24H is continually abided by a healthy, green, and sustainable development philosophy by adhering strictly to compliance service. Through assisting companies in carrying out risk assessments in advance, we can provide the most effective solutions and the most reliable support to our clients and vanguard people’s safety and well-being.

【Product Registration, Notification and Consulting】

REACH24H is devoted to provide companies with product notification, registration, and consulting services. Starting with the compliance of EU REACH, REACH24H has received orders from American, Japanese, South Korean, and Southeast Asian industries for chemical consultation services. Our service areas continued to expand into pesticides, food products, cosmetics, consumer products, and into many other areas of the industries. REACH24H has grown as one of the leading companies of international compliance services.

As global trade integration deepens, more and more enterprises are beginning to pay attention to transnational trade. However, due to growth imbalance from country to country, trade barriers arise among countries. The information & alert service of REACH24H keeps enterprises informed about relating information and regulation news of trading nations and gives an alert on possible risks, which builds a transnational information bridge.

【Information and News Alerts 】

REACH24H created the first multi-lingo platform which focuses on Asia-Pacific chemicals and consumer products related regulations – Chemlinked. The news alert platforms co-built by REACH24H and the government can help identify possible trade risks and hazards, such as “Public Service Platform for Shanghai’s Municipal Technical Trade Measures”, “Zhejiang Platform for Technical Barriers to Trade Service”, “Platform for Chemical Export and Supply Chain Trade Barriers Regulation Knowledge and Compliance Strategy Service”, etc.

【Software and Informatization 】

REACH24H aims to offer clients efficient compliance solutions with internet technology in the age of information. In particular, REACH cloud use modular software, making upstream and downstream enterprises accessible to compliance registration data of different countries, in-house enciphered registration data and SDS data and connect inhouse SAP. REACH24H upgrades supply communication and safety compliance for organizations in a one-stop manner.

Conferences, Workshops and Webinars

As an important means of information exchange, conferences, trainings and open courses are an integral part of REACH24H services. Since 2009, REACH24H has organized hundreds of courses, covering dozens of countries, and it has provided popular courses on EU REACH laws and regulations, CSCL, new chemical substance notification, etc. REACH24H has jointly and individually hosted leading regulatory conferences, such as Chemical Regulatory Annual Conference (CRAC), to create opportunities for experts in chemical industry to network, disseminate the latest updates in regulatory affairs and provide practical regulatory compliance strategies. Our strong local presence in China and professionals who specialize in the regulations will help companies to enter the Chinese market successfully, because here in REACH24H, we believe in stable, sustainable development and your success.

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Stay Ahead of Textile Products Comply with REACH before Entering EU Market

 

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Background

 

REACH is the new European Community Regulation on chemicals and their safe use. It deals with the Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and Restriction of Chemical substances, which entered into force on 1 June 2007. REACH is a big regulatory system with many requirements and applies to all chemical substances, not only those used in industrial processes but also in our daily life, for example in cleaning products, paints as well as in articles, such as clothes, furniture and electrical appliances. For textile, apparel and footwear enterprises, the key point is to comply with the requirements of REACH Annex XVII and SVHC.

Main topics in this webinar

-     Key points of REACH for Textile and Garment Products

-     Restricted substance related Textile and Garment Products

Who shall attend

-     Brands, Textile and Garment Manufacturers

- Other business roles within supply chains (importers & exporters, retailers, distributors)

-     Laboratory, regulatory or testing service providers;

- Regulatory affairs or QA functions

-     Professionals interested in REACH on textile products

Time and schedule

9:00am-9:25am (GMT+0)| March 19th 2013

- Key points of REACH for Textile and Garment Products

● What is REACH?

● How it affects Textile and Garment enterprise?

● What are key points of REACH for Textile and Garment enterprise?

9:25am-10:00am (GMT+0)| March 19th 2013

Control hazardous substance and comply with REACH

The latest substances in SVHC list.

● The latest restricted substance which may exist in Textile and Garment Products.

How to deal with REACH regulation?

 

Presenter

 

 

Ms. Celian Wang from CTI

Senior engineer of technical service team - SPD (Soft-liner Product Department)

Master of Textile Material and Textile Design, Ms. Celian Wang, devotes herself to quality control and process improvement in the industry of textile products. She has as representative of CTI participated in textile industry and standard seminar many times. She has abundant practical experience, providing you with professional and detailed solutions.

About REACH24H Consulting Group

The REACH24H Consulting Group provides global chemical compliance solutions to assist chemical manufacturers, importers and downstream users to effectively manage their regulatory responsibility. REACH24H is a sub-company of Centre Testing International Corporation (CTI), a publicly traded company on the Chinese Stock Exchange. CTI is China’s leading product testing, inspection, certification, and consulting firm, providing comprehensive services for virtually all consumer products. REACH24H provides product stewardship & regulatory compliance service for global customers from its three offices—Ireland, Canada and China, assisting global companies to comply with global chemical regulations including EU REACH, China new chemical substance notification, Global GHS, USA TSCA, etc. REACH24H has great cooperation with Chinese local authorities National Registration Center for Chemical, Chemical Registration Center of Ministry of Environmental Protection, and successfully provide consulting on China new chemical substance notification, China GHS and other related regulations for global companies.

Contact us

JacksonGao, Senior Regulatory Specialist

TEL: +86 (0)571 8700 7584

Email: Jackson.gao@cn.reach24h.com

6F, Building 2, HESHENG Trade Centre

No327 Tian Mu Shan Road,Hangzhou

P. R. China 310023


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