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Background

On March 11, 2019, Taiwan EPA issued Amendments of the New and Existing Chemical Registration Regulation (hereinafter referred to as the "Registration Regulation"), specifying that Standard Registration for 106 existing chemical substances should be completed within 2 or 3 years. The Amendments aim to effectively improve the grasp of substance information with wide circulation, high potential hazards, or lack of information, and strengthen the basis for inter-departmental control of chemical substance risks. In addition, the "Registration Regulation" adds annual reporting requirements, which require annual reporting of last year’s volume of manufacture or importation of registered new and existing substances to be submitted between 1 Apr and 30 Sep. In this webinar, we will focus on the introduction of the existing chemical substance Standard Registration process, new annual report requirements, and compliance advice for companies, so that companies can keep abreast of regulatory developments and avoid trade disruptions.

Contents
  1. Chemical Substance Regulation in Taiwan

  2. Introduction of Existing Chemical Substance Standard Registration

  3. Annual Reporting

  4. Compliance Instructions for Companies

Schedule

Date

Time (GMT+8)

World Clock

Language
2020-02-26 10:00 ~ 11:00

8:00 PM - 9:00 PM (Feb 25) US Central Time
3:00 AM - 4:00 AM Brussels/Paris

Chinese
21:30 ~ 22:30

7:30 AM - 8:30 AM US Central Time
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM Brussels/Paris

English

Speakers

Yao Qin
Regulatory Affairs Consultant
Ms. Yao Qin is from the Industrial Chemicals Department. She graduated from the City University of Hong Kong with a master's degree in energy and environment. At present, she is mainly responsible for the compliance affairs of chemicals registration in Taiwan.

Kevin Jiang
Regulatory Affairs Consultant
Mr. Kevin Jiang is from Asia-Pacific Chemical Registration Department, mainly responsible for the chemical regulatory compliance consulting for China, Taiwan, South Korea, Japan, Australia, and other AP Countries, having been devoted to providing professional compliance advice to companies from all over the world.

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If you have any question about this webinar, please contact us:

Tel: +86 (0)571 8609 4444
Email: chemical@chemlinked.com

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ChemCon Americas 2020 will be held in Philadelphia, the city of brotherly love. ChemCon Americas 2020 is a global platform that brings together experts from companies, authorities and international organizations from 25 countries. More than 50 speakers from governments and industries are invited share their highlights in the field of international chemicals regulations around the world.

Shortly after ChemCon Asia 2019, ChemCon renewed its invitation to REACH24H Consulting Group to participate in ChemCon Americas 2020 as a partner. The REACH24H team will have its own booth (NO.15), led by U.S General Manager Robert Kiefer, who will present two topics as speaker. The Regulatory & Technical Director of REACH24H USA Inc. Shannon Gainey will also attend the conference to present the topic of “GHS Implementation in North America”

Agenda

Tuesday, March 3

Session 2: Chemical Control implementation in The Americas

GHS Implementation in North America

Shannon Gainey

Thursday, March 5

Session 11: Managing business impact in the global supply chain of key regulations with stakeholders

Avoiding Supply Chain Disruption

Robert Kiefer

Friday,

March 6

Seminar 3: Greater China Region - PART I

In depth SEMINAR

The revisions of MEE order 7, the update of the Inventory of Chemical Substances of China, Environmental Risk Assessment and Control of Chemical Substances

Robert Kiefer

Today, ChemCon has been regarded as the world's leading series of conferences in the field of chemical control regulation, attracting hundreds of experts and representatives of international organizations each year. REACH24H Consulting Group was invited to attend the conference for the fifth time, which fully demonstrated ChemCon's high recognition of REACH24H professional and comprehensive regulatory and technical knowledge, as well as its deep trust in REACH24H Consulting Group as a long-term friendly cooperative partner.

To find out more information of ChemCon Americas 2020, check out ChemCon TV(CCTV) and ChemCon site.

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Ms. Yu

Tel:+86-571-8196 9947/+86-18888727060

Email:yushujie@reach24h.com

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In response to the tight supply of disinfectants caused by 2019 Novel Coronavirus(2019-nCoV), on February 3, 2020, the National Health Committee released "The Emergency Product Launching Notification of Disinfectants during Prevention And Control Period of Pneumonia Outbreak Caused by 2019-nCoV". Under this emergency measure, China has opened a "Green Channel," entailing expedited and exceptional market access for four types of disinfectants, including alcohol disinfectant, chlorine-containing disinfectant, chlorine dioxide disinfectant, and peracetic acid disinfectant placing on China market (see below).

According to the Notification:

• Disinfectants that use alcohol as the active substance can be placed on the Chinese market after completing content tests either by the manufacturers (for the domestic disinfectants) or by Chinese legal entity (for the imported disinfectants) or 3rd party laboratories. For hand-application alcohol disinfectants, the alcohol concentration in the disinfectants should be higher than 60% (V/V). The raw materials used in ethanol disinfectants shall conform to the requirements regulated in the national standard “GB26373-2010 Hygienic Standard for Alcohol Disinfectants," and ethanol concentration should be 70% - 80% (V/V);

• Chlorine-containing disinfectants, chlorine dioxide disinfectants, and peroxyacetic acid disinfectants can be placed on the Chinese market after completing the content test and pH test and compliant with related standards. The period of validity for “84” liquid disinfectants containing sodium hypochlorite should be limited to 3 months, with the exception that products can be distributed and used until expiration date supported by the qualified stability test data.

• The producers of disinfectants already on the market that has completed record filing are encouraged to expand their production by adding new production lines, new plants, and production sites. The disinfectants produced can be placed on the market after conducting and complying with content testing and pH testing requirements.

Producers of the aforementioned products should obtain the production license of disinfection products and submit product labels and quality safety commitment (attached with test reports) to the provincial or municipal health administrative departments.

For imported disinfectants, the notification points out that “imported disinfectants similar to previously approved disinfectants can be placed in the market after the Chinese representative legal entity submits product quality and safety commitments. The commitment must be attached with test reports and credential documents certifying that the product has legally marketed overseas).

In this way, China has opened the gate for imported disinfectants to enter the Chinese market quickly. It is worth noting that imported disinfectants can enjoy the green channel only when they meet the following three requirements:

• First of all, the imported disinfectants to be placed in China should be categorized as alcohol disinfectants, chlorine-containing disinfectants, chlorine dioxide disinfectants, or peroxyacetic acid disinfectants.

• Secondly, the overseas disinfectant manufacturer has already completed the record-filing for similar disinfectants in China before.

• Thirdly, submit the product quality and safety commitment and other credential documents that certify that the product has been legally marketed overseas. Test reports must also be submitted to the Health and Family Planning Commission, where the China representative legal entity is located.

Responsible entities should carry out testing in accordance with the regulation of WS628-2018 "Technical requirements for hygienic safety evaluation of disinfection products," and file a record in accordance with the provisions and regulations. After the emergency response for epidemic prevention and control is ended, if the product responsible entities fail to complete the tests and file records, they should stop selling the disinfectants immediately. Companies wishing to continue selling the disinfectants should follow all relevant procedures per the original disinfectant regulatory compliance procedures or face related punitive measures.

To this end, REACH24H has summed up the documents required for the premarket evaluation and record-filing of imported disinfectants, providing a reference for overseas enterprises.

1. Data submitted for emergency use

1) Letter of product quality safety commitment

2) Test reports either issued by domestic or overseas lab owned by the Chinese representative legal entity or outsourcing testing organizations

• Disinfectants with alcohol as active substances can be placed on the Chinese market after completing content tests either by the manufacturers (for the domestic disinfectants) or by Chinese legal entity (for the imported disinfectants) or by 3rd party labs. For hand-use alcohol disinfectants , the alcohol concentration in the disinfectants should be higher than 60% (V/V). The raw materials used in ethanol disinfectants shall conform to the requirements regulated in the national standard "GB26373-2010 Hygienic Standard for Alcohol Disinfectants" and ethanol concentration should be 70% - 80% (V/V)

• Chlorine-containing disinfectants, chlorine dioxide disinfectants, and peroxyacetic acid disinfectants can be placed on the Chinese market after completing the content test and pH test and comply with national requirements. In the meantime, the period of validity for "84" liquid disinfectants containing sodium hypochlorite should be limited to 3 months, with the exception that products can be distributed and used until the expiration date if supported by qualified stability test data

3) Credential documents that certify that the product has been legally marketed overseas

2. Data required for record-filing after the emergency case

1) Product label(nameplate) and product manual

2) Test report (including conclusion)

3) Letter of product quality commitment

4) Credential documents that are certifying that the product has been legally marketed overseas

5) Declaration for importation

6) Product formula

7) Certificate of authorization signed by the overseas producer and Chinese representative legal entity

8) Business license of the Chinese representative legal entity

To fight against the 2019 Novel Coronavirus, REACH24H is ready, and we are confident to give full support by offering specific and practical compliance solutions and advice for Chinese and overseas disinfectant enterprises. If you have any questions regarding Chinese disinfectant regulation, feel free to contact us via customer@reach24h.com.

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Background


In the European Union, several regulations and guidelines relating to cosmetic claims are adopted and implemented. During the webinar, Ms. Marie MAGNAN will review the basis of these texts and their implications for cosmetics through explanations of the rules and examples of products.

Outline


1. Requirements in European Regulation 1223/2009
2. Common criteria for the justification of cosmetic claims (specific regulation EU 655/2013)
3. Technical document on cosmetic claims and its last update
4. Examples of claims and interpretation

Schedule


Date Time Theme Language
Dec 20, 2019 10:00-11:00 (GMT+8) Understanding the European Regulation on Cosmetic Claims English
21:30-22:30 (GMT+8)

Speaker


Marie MAGNAN

Regulatory Affairs Manager

Marie MAGNAN is the regulatory affairs manager at COSMED, the French Professional Association for SMEs in the cosmetic field. She is specialized in cosmetic regulations in the European Union and Asia-Oceania.

Who Shall Attend


  • Managers, supervisors, or employees that are interested in the EU cosmetics market.
  • Compliance staff in cosmetic companies
  • Anyone looking to gain a better understanding of EU cosmetic claims regulation

Contact Information


If you have any question about this webinar, please contact us:
Tel:  +86 (0)571 8700 7577
Email: contact@chemlinked.com

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Background:

In November 2019, the China MOT, together with five other agencies, jointly issued the official version of the Measures for Safety Administration of Road Transport of Dangerous Goods, which is set to take effect starting from January 1, 2020. As the first document providing systematic rules on the whole process of road transport of dangerous goods, the Measures is expected to profoundly transform the industry. It specifies the obligations of various parties engaged in road transport of dangerous goods, provides criteria for technical conditions, sets forth the regulatory responsibilities of different authorities and makes clear penalties against any violations.

►All ChemLinked users have free access to the webinar live, but only ChemLinked corporate and standard members and registrants of the webinar can access subsequent materials (including video and PPT) free of charge.

Contents:

  1. Overview of the Measures
  2. Consignment and Carriage of Dangerous Goods
  3. LQ/EQ Exemption for Road Transport of Dangerous Goods
  4. Penalties

Schedule:

Date Language Time
(GMT+8, China Standard Time)
Dec. 17, 2019 Chinese 10:00-11:00
English 21:30-22:30

Speakers:

Mr. Jackie Jin

Regulatory Affairs Consultant

Mr. Jin graduated from the University of Manchester with a Master's degree in Polymer Materials. He plays a key role in REACH24H and primarily engages in compliance work related to global GHS, chemical registration and transport of dangerous goods. He has rich experience on industry’s best practices and has successfully assisted many enterprises with their compliance projects.

Other Information:

If you have any question about this webinar,

please contact us:

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Email: contactchemlinked.com

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20 November, 2019. Following a full day of regulatory discussions and China-Australia centered market talks, ChemLinked ended its 2nd Food Regulatory Conference in Sydney. The day event was hosted by ChemLinked, with the support of Complementary Medicines Australia (CMA), Australia Grape & Wine and the Infant Nutrition Council of Australia and New Zealand.

The conference focused on two topics that currently dominate trade exchanges: marketing strategies and regulations. Specifically, the conference offered insights on China’s e-commerce CBEC and changes, the Chinese food regulatory system, the market’s growing demand for “health food” and special food products and the region’s still prominence in the import of infant formula, among other topics.

China is the largest export destination for Australian and New Zealand dairy products and health food, a context which has brought along overseas enterprises support for its continuous opening up of the market, and confusion as how to adjust to frequent policy overturns.

Yuanzhao Yu, Food Regulatory Specialist from REACH24H, shared the infant powder product formula registration management regulations (draft) "and the revised infant formula powder GB standard (GB10765 GB10766 GB10767) content.

In 2019, the health food industry became one of the focal points of the Chinese government due to the increasing level of consumer interest and health claims. It has since cracked down on illegal and false publicity activities through several initiatives, reinforced supervision duties, and issued dozens of health food related announcements .

In recent years, complaints about food labelling and advertising report have repeatedly emerged. Enterprises have consequently had to turn to labeling and advertising measures to keep up to date with the latest government restrictions due to the increasing number of complaints and cases reported by the supervision authorities. Food labeling standards have increasingly become the "highlight" of quality department's audits.  On this topic, Ms. Jin Yini, a Regulatory Technical Engineer at REACH24H, made a systematic introduction to the food labeling system and advertising supervision requirements, and used cases to guide enterprises on how to design compliant labels.

During the roundtable discussion, Carl Gibson, Chief Executive Officer at Complementary Medicines Australia ; Jan Carey, CEO of the Infant Nutrition Council of Australia and New Zealand; Tony Battaglene, Chief Executive of the Australian Grape & Wine; UMS Business Development Manager Jo Ruo, and Dr. Mathew McDougall, CEO Mathew, CEO of Reach China Holdings Ltd., Special Guests Speakers at the conference, shared their own work experiences in depth and explored new solutions with the attendees.

After the Q&A followed a networking session, where guest attendees and all speakers were able to directly communicate their specific concerns and share some specific experiences, giving the event a successful closing on its second food regulatory experience in Oceania.

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On the past November 5-10, the world once again turned to the Shanghai National Convention and Exhibition Center. Over 3,000 enterprises from more than150 countries gathered for the 2nd CIIE, China International Import Exhibition. During the event, REACH24H was invited to the Consulates of Philippines, Costa Rica, Poland and Canada to deliver the latest regulatory and market insight.

1. Working with the Philippines

Based on China’s strong demand for tropical fruits, the Philippines has seen its sales doubled this year, reaching approximately $300 million, three times the volume registered last year.

On November 3, in the pre-opening of the Expo, thanks to the invitation from the Consulate General of the Philippines, REACH24H delivered two presentations on the China Food market and regulatory policies to help enterprises and members of delegations better understand the changing China food import market.

With the economic structure shifting toward optimization, consumer demand has also diversified. REACH24H analyzed the increasing need for innovation, paying close attention to packaging, and ensuring taste coincides with taste preferences.

2.  Cooperating with Costa Rica

The demand for compliance services differ according to the products and entities actual level of understanding of the China market. Most of Costa Rica's enterprises are new to this market, making compliance a top priority to evaluate and consider strategies to expand domestic business into the Asian giant.

On November 5th, at the request of Costa Rica PROCOMER, REACH24H jointly organized a trade platform to discuss exclusive solutions for Costa Rica companies to break through regulatory trade barriers. During this multi-party talk, most questions centered on how to find China’s domestic partners, import procedures and overall quality requirements.

3. Contributing to Poland’s Cosmetic Trade

Since the establishment of diplomatic relations 70 years ago, Poland and China have maintained longstanding friendly ties. It is these positive exchanges which can bring more and better tangible results in the area of politics, business, culture and more opportunities for cooperation.

Poland is currently seeking to access the Chinese market with its high-quality food products and luxury goods, all of which have so far enjoyed a positive response by Chinses consumers.

On November 6th, invited by the Polish Investment and Trade Bureau, REACH24H attended the Polish Enterprise Matchmaking Conference to provide consultation services on China’s domestic food and cosmetics industries.

For hot topic of animal testing for cosmetic products, which is expected to become exempted later on according to the "Administrative Measures for the Recording of Non-Special Purpose Cosmetics (draft version)”, REACH24H underlined the need for companies to prepare for the China market well in advance for and when this regulation comes into effect.

4. Looking to Strengthening Ties with Canada

Globalization has brought a more open and closely connected international market to enterprises. At the same time, countries around the world have been strengthening compliance supervision through legislation and international cooperation.

In June this year, China suspended all Canadian meat imports due to the discovery of loopholes in the health certificate system operated for Canadian meat products imports to China. This incident and its severe effects on trade are a strong reminder of the importance of trade regulations.

Despite the impact of the four-month ban, Canadian companies remain enthusiastic about the Chinese market. On November 11th, the first day after the opening of CIIE, the Canadian Food And Agricultural Enterprise Trade Fair hosted by Canadian Consulate and Canadian Ministry of Agriculture was held in Shanghai. About 50 Canadian enterprises and hundreds of representatives of domestic distribution and trade companies were able to enjoy in-depth exchanges, with REACH24H invited to further enhance corporate awareness. According to the market demands of enterprises, REACH24H delivered a systematic analysis of product labels, cross-border e-commerce policy as a trade priority and health food registration. The speakers made sure to highlight the need for enterprises to pay attention to regulatory requirements, even for cross-border e-commerce trade.

Keep Moving

With the continuous spillover of the "CIIE effect", the cooperation initiated is also moving forward to depth and breadth. To contribute the links between the Chinese market and overseas products, REACH24H will keep moving.

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Background:

Turkey’s REACH-like regulation KKDIK was fully implemented on 23 December 2017. The new chemical regulation brings a huge impact on chemical management and market access in Turkey. It should be noted that the registration period is only three years for all substances in any tonnage bands. And potential registrants are required to submit pre-registration by 31 December 2020. Non-Turkish manufacturers can appoint an experienced OR to comply with the new requirements. The key points of KKIDK regulation and the compliance strategy will be detailed in this webinar.

►All ChemLinked users have free access to the webinar live, but only ChemLinked corporate and standard members and registrants of the webinar can access subsequent materials (including video and PPT) free of charge.

Contents:

  1. KKDIK regulation overview
  2. Key points to compliance
  3. Options for Non-Turkish manufacturer
  4. Related Turkish regulations and service items

Schedule:

Date Language Time
(GMT+8, China Standard Time)
Nov. 21st, 2019 Chinese 10:00-11:00
English 21:30-22:30

Speakers:

Ms. Poppy Zhang (Chinese session)
Regulatory Consultant
REACH24H Consulting Group

Ms. Poppy Zhang is an experienced regulatory consultant engaging in registration work under EU-REACH, KKDIK, UK-REACH, and other REACH-like regulations. With extensive experience in the product analysis, registration scheme formulation, registration dossiers preparation, registration project management, etc., Poppy has successfully assisted many enterprises with thousands of compliance projects under EU REACH.

Ms. Lotus Wang (English session)
Regulatory Consultant
REACH24H Consulting Group

As a regulatory consultant with rich experience in REACH registration, Ms. Lotus Wang has successfully assisted hundreds of enterprises in their compliance projects under REACH Regulation. Focusing on real-time dynamics for more than a thousand substances within SIEF, she maintains a good relationship with many lead registrants and specializes in dealing with tough cases even disputes.

Other Information:

If you have any question about this webinar, please contact us:

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Email: contactchemlinked.com

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Background

EU member states are required to establish poison centers to receive information on the composition of hazardous mixtures and inform medical personnel and the general public of such information as well as recommendations for medical treatment in cases of poisoning. Companies which place hazardous mixtures on the EU market should notify poison centers of information of their mixtures.

However, as the information requirements of poison centers vary from country to country, companies have to submit similar information in different formats separately, which adds to their compliance difficulties and leads to inconsistencies in information available to poison centers and medical personnel. For instance, according to the European Commission, EU poison centers answer at least 600,000 calls per year, and in roughly 40% of calls poison centers find problems in identifying hazardous mixtures.

On March 22, 2017, in response to increased demands for harmonized information of hazardous mixtures, the EU Commission Regulation 2017/542 [1] was adopted to lay out unified Poison Center Notification (PCN) requirements concerning hazardous mixtures, so that well-clarified and consistent information of such mixtures can be available to all poison centers of EU countries. It amends the regulation concerning classification, labelling, and packaging (CLP) of substances and mixtures (EC Regulation 1272/2008 [2]) by adding an Annex on harmonized information relating to emergency health response and requiring the addition of a unique formula identifier (UFI) on the label of hazardous mixtures.

Scope of PCN Requirements

Basically, mixtures which are placed on the EU market and classified as hazardous on the basis of their health and physical effects should be subject to PCN requirements. Products exempt from the PCN requirements majorly include:

  • Substances
  • Mixtures not covered by CLP
  • Mixtures classified only for environmental effects
  • Mixtures used for R&D and PPORDs
  • Gases under pressure
  • Explosives (unstable explosives and divisions 1.1 to 1.6)

The PCN submissions of products listed above can be conducted on a voluntary basis. Such submissions will enable suppliers to protect their confidential business information and help emergency responders obtain necessary information to avoid unnecessary hospitalization.

Who Should Submit PCNs

Importers and downstream users placing hazardous chemical mixtures on the EU market need to submit PCNs. For distributors which solely store and place mixtures on the market, they are principally not required to submit information to appointed bodies as long as they do not engage in other activities of mixtures. However, for distributors which modify the label of hazardous mixtures or repackage hazardous mixtures, or launch products to member state markets where upstream users have not submitted notifications, they should notify appointed bodies as well.

In addition, a duty holder can entrust a third party (e.g. parent companies/headquarters and consultancies) to notify appointed bodies, but the use of a third party does not relieve them from their responsibilities or obligations.

Phased Deadlines of PCN

The deadlines of PCN requirements are determined based on the intended use of hazardous mixtures, as shown below:

  • Hazardous mixtures for professional use: January 1, 2021
  • Hazardous mixtures for industrial use: January 1, 2024

Enterprises may find it difficult to identify the end use of mixtures when submitting PCNs, and should collect as much usage information as possible from downstream users. Where any change occurs to the use of mixtures after PCN submissions, such submissions should be promptly updated as needed.

How to Submit PCNs

The PCN system is aimed at harmonizing notifications of hazardous mixtures in all EU member states. The essentials of the system are shown below:

  • Unified content in notifications

Basic information

Hazard information of mixtures

Composition information of mixtures

Additional information

Identification of mixtures;

identification of composition of mixtures (CAS/EC); UFI;

and contact information of submitters

 

Classification of mixtures;

label elements;

and toxicological information

 

Composition of mixtures (100%);

Exact concentration or concentration ranges of components;

and Classification of components

 

Packaging type, size, color, physical state, pH, product categorization (EuPCS), use (consumer/professional/industrial

 

Product label with a UFI

 

New Addition to PCN Requirements: UFI

The unique formula identifier (UFI), consisting of 16 alpha-numerical characters, is generated based on an enterprise’s VAT number and an internal formulation number assigned to a product. A UFI is assigned to only one mixture composition (but one mixture composition may have multiple UFIs assigned to it), and the same UFI can be used in the supply chain as long as no change occurs to the composition. A UFI can be used to protect confidential formulas, and submitted as known components.

The UFI is developed using software called the “UFI Generator” (see the picture below). One must fill in a UFI when submitting a notification, and only after the notification is approved will the UFI become valid and explicitly link the submitted mixture information with medical information and specific products placed on the market.

The UFI must be printed on, or affixed (e.g. by a sticker) to the label of products containing hazardous mixtures (see the picture below). Where any product has no label, the UFI can be specified in the safety data sheet (SDS) of the product.


Implementation of PCN requirements in EU nations

Implementation of PCN Requirements in EU Member States

ECHA has been releasing supporting regulations and software tools to flesh out the system. It has also investigated the implementation of Annex VIII to CLP regulations in each member state, and concluded that by October 3, 2019, 19 member states will accept notifications only via ECHA submission portal, 4 member states will accept notifications via ECHA submission portal or their national submission system, and 8 member states have not made a decision in this regard [8].

Meanwhile, member states which currently charge no fees may collect certain fees for administrative approval. Enterprises should stay tuned with relevant updates so as to make cost-efficient compliance decisions.

What should Enterprises Do?

  • Identify your role in the supply chain and understand you compliance obligations
  • Sort out a list of mixtures or products you have placed or will place on the market and assess whether they are classified as hazardous based their health and physical effects or exempt from PCN requirements
  • Collect information concerning EU member state markets, importers and end use of your products
  • Assign and manage UFIs based on business decisions
  • Prepare SDSs and labels and collect information concerning the packaging size, type, etc. of products

Background:

On January 15, 2019, the amended Occupational Safety and Health Act of Korea (K-OSHA) was officially signed into law. The new SDS rules in the Act will come into force two years after promulgation. Meanwhile, to inform the implementation of the newly amended Act, its draft implementation rules were released on April 19, 2019 to solicit public comments until June 3 this year. The most important amendments in the Act include the provision of requirements concerning SDS submission and CBI application as well as the concept of “only representative” (OR).

In this webinar, we will elaborate on key points in coping with the Korea GHS system and interpret the new SDS rules under K-OSHA.

►All ChemLinked users have free access to the webinar live, but only ChemLinked corporate and standard members and registrants of the webinar can access subsequent materials (including video and PPT) free of charge.

Contents:

1.Key points in Korea GHS

- Competent authority

- Legislative system

- Essentials in coping with GHS (classification, labeling, and MSDS)

2.Overview of amendments to OSHA regulations

- Submission of MSDS

- CBI application

- Concept of OR

Schedule:

Date Language Time
(GMT+8, China Standard Time)
Oct. 29th, 2019 Chinese 10:00-11:00
English 21:30-22:30

Speakers:

Ms. Lena Li (Chinese session)
Regulatory Consultant
REACH24H Consulting Group

Ms. Lena Li now focuses on the risk assessment and registration under the EU REACH regulation and specializes in ecotoxicity hazard assessment. She also has extensive experience in leading registration, data gap analysis, test supervision, dossier production and eSDS production.

 

Ms. Lotus Wang (English session)
Regulatory Consultant
REACH24H Consulting Group

As a regulatory consultant with rich experience in REACH registration, Ms. Lotus Wang has successfully assisted hundreds of enterprises in their compliance projects under REACH Regulation. Focusing on real-time dynamic for more than a thousand substances within SIEF, she maintains a good relationship with many lead registrants and specializes in dealing with tough cases even disputes.

 

Other Information:

If you have any question about this webinar, please contact us:

Tel: +86 (0)571 8609 4444

Email: contact@chemlinked.com

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