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Seminar Overview

The meeting focuses on the chemical regulatory frameworks that concern companies who export their products in China and Korea. The JCDB’s partners will provide the latest insights.

Partner Introduction

Chemtopia from Korea
Chemtopia

Located in Seoul, Chemtopia is a professional consulting company, who has close working relationship with relevant competent authorities in Korea. It provides OR service for companies to deal with Korea REACH and has its foothold in New chemical registration in Korea.

REACH24H from China
REACH24H

REACH24H is a professional consulting company from China. It has been the largest EU REACH service provider in Asian, having served over 4000 companies. Its rich experience in Chinese chemical regulations, particularly China REACH, makes it the best regulatory service provider in mainland China.

Date

September 25th, 2013 Tokyo

September 27th, 2013 Osaka

Time

10:00~16:45 (sign-in starts at 9:30)

Venue

1, Tokyo venue

KFC HALL & ROOMS

http://www.tokyo-kfc.co.jp/accessmap.html

2, Osaka venue

UMEDA CENTER BUILDING

http://www.ucb.co.jp/access.html

Attendees

Tokyo Seminar: 120

Osaka Seminar: 50

Note: the seminars are free of charge

Who shall attend

Corporate managers in chemical companies

Registration deadline

17:00, September 20th 2013

Agenda

9:30              Signing in

10:00~10:10  Opening speeh by Director/Executive manager of GlobalSolution Division

10:10~11:20  The latest update of Korea REACH (Chemtopia)

11:20~12:00  Introduction to Chemtopia’s services (Chemtopia)

12:00~13:15  Lunch break

13:15~14:15  China REACH case study (REACH24H)

14:15~15:15  China GHS and hazardous chemical registration (REACH24H)

15:15~15:30  Break

15:30~16:15  Introduction to REACH24H’s services (REACH24H)

16:15~16:45  Q&A Session

16:45            Closing speeh by Director/Executive manager of GlobalSolution Division

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An Introduction to Chinese Chemical Regulatory Obligations

---overcoming compliance issues

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Event Overview
China’s chemical industry has rapidly developed over the course of the last two decades. This exponential growth has been driven by China’s remarkable economic development and an influx of foreign investment with numerous foreign companies seeking their piece of the proverbial pie. To better control chemicals manufactured or imported in China mainland, the Chinese government has taken various measures both in legislation and law enforcement to impose obligations on chemical manufacturers, importers and downstream users. Regulations such as China GHS, New Chemical Substance Notification (NCSN) and legislations on monitoring cosmetics and pesticides are among those which increasingly affect a huge number of players in chemical industry. In “REACH24H Europe Seminar 2013”, REACH24H aims to bring you the latest regulatory developments in addition to providing you the technical and practical know-how to efficiently comply with regulatory obligations helping you expedite getting your product on the market. It is an exciting opportunity for global EHS managers to refine and expand their knowledge and to clarify many of the most ambiguities intrinsic to the Chinese regulatory framework. The seminar will also afford attendees a unique opportunity to network and develop relationship with luminaries of the regulatory industry.


(Download seminar brochure)

Main Topics:

>>China chemical regulatory system

>>China chemical regulatory enforcement activity

>>China GHS compliance

>>China GHS inspection status quo

>>hazardous chemical registration in China

>>China new chemical substance notification

>>new cosmetic ingredient notification in China

Who attended:

>>EHS Director/Manager

>>Product Stewardship Director/Manager

>>Supply Chain Director/Manager

>>RA/QA/GA Director/Manager

>>Commercial/BD Director/Manager

Seminar details

Date: Thursday, June 20, 2013 / Thursday, June 27, 2013

Time: 09:00 -- 17:00

Venue: RAMADA PLAZA Basel Hotel & Conference Center / Pullman Cologne

Address: Messeplatz 12, 4058 Basel, Switzerland / Helenenstrasse 14, 50667 KOELN GERMANY

Contact Info:

Contact Person: Jerry Yan

E-mail: Jerry.yan@cn.reach24h.com

Telephone: 86 0571 8700 7546

 

About REACH24H

REACH24H is a China-based consulting firm, specializing in providing chemical regulatory consultancy, agency and technical support. Our main focus covers the major chemical regulations emerged all around the world, such as EU REACH, EU CLP, China Reach, China GHS, etc. We aims at assisting chemical manufacturers, importers and downstream users to effectively meet the chemical regulatory obligations as well as remove chemical regulatory barriers to their business. In recent years, our services have expanded to a larger extent with cutting-edge IT solution provided and partnerships with globally famous regulatory services providers established, such as WERCS, ChemADVISOR, etc. Our comprehensive cooperation with law enforcement bodies such as the ECHA in EU and CRC-MEP in China, ensure our staying at the forefront of regulatory development, helping us seizing the key to the regulatory affairs and trend.

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Introduction

China Chemical Regulations Seminar 2013 is an international platform aiming to help enterprises find the ways of sustainable development. Presentations given by speakers from REACH24H Consulting Group and DACHENG LAW OFFICE will focus in the field of chemical legislation in China, such as China New Chemical Substance Notification, China GHS and Application of New Cosmetic Raw Material, etc. China Chemical Regulation Seminar 2013 will also enable you to learn how to minimize your business risk by experience of relevant business cases.

The seminar is free of charge and given in Chinese.

Please visit our Chinese website: www.reach24h.com/cn for the download PPT slide and watching the online video

 

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Date

 

April 25th 2013
Time13:30pm-17:30pmOrganizerREACH24H Consulting GroupCo-organizerDACHENG LAW OFFICES

Location

ZTE Hotel 889 Bibo Road Zhangjiang High Technology Park Shanghai, China (By subway: Take metro line 2, get off at Zhangjiang High Technology Park Station (Exit 2) )


Topics

>>China GHSGHS, which stands for “Globally Harmonized System”, is a hazardous chemicals management system that addresses issues such as classification, Safety Data Sheet, labeling and packaging of hazardous chemicals. Different countries or trade zones create local/national legislation to implement GHS. On December 1st 2011, the enactment of Order 591 signals the implementation of China GHS.  This seminar will introduce the legislation system of China GHS, regulatory measures and give some legislative approaches for companies facing challenges on inventories, labeling requirement.  
>>China New Chemical Substance Notification (China REACH) On 15th October 2010, a REACH-style legislature that regulates the environmental risk and hazard of China's new chemical substances, 'Measures for the Environmental Management of New Chemical Substances', came into effect, under the Ministry of Environmental Protection (MEP) Order No. 7. This regulation adopts several of the same principles and concepts of the EU REACH regulation, and thus has been dubbed ‘China REACH’. This legislation is a significant update on its previous Measures enacted in 2003, which has retained the system of New Chemical Substance Notification (NCSN) and introduced a series of new concepts also contained in EU REACH. This seminar will analyze China new chemical substance, notification process and data collection and assessment in detail.


Agenda

Time

Topic

13:00-13:30

Registration

13:30-14:20

China GHS

>General introduction of China GHS legislation system  
>China GHS regulatory measures  
>SDS, labeling requirement  
>Requirement and process of application of hazardous chemicals

14:20-14:35

Answer questions

14:35-14:45

Refreshment

14:45-15:35

China New Chemical Substance Notification(China REACH)

>General introduction of NCSN(China REACH) 
>Process of NCSN(China REACH) 
>Data collection and assessment

15:35-15:50

Answer questions

15:50-16:00

Refreshment

16:00-16:30

Guideline for the Contaminated Sites Remediation

16:30-17:00

Topic is not confirmed!

17:00-17:30

Answer questions




























Speakers


Atlans Dale

Regulatory Compliance Specialist from China Reach unit of REACH24H.

Mr. Dale has been specialized in China Reach and so far is the key member in REACH24H’s technical team. His daily wok combines connecting with accredited laboratory and China Reach enforcement body CRC-MEP (chemical registration center of ministry of environment protection), renders his abundant practical ability in dealing with China Reach.



Eric Sun

Regulatory Compliance Specialist

Mr. Sun has rich experience in classification and labeling (C&L) and compiling the safety data sheets (SDS) under requirements of China GHS. He is particularly engaged in the training of China GHS and hazardous chemical regulations for the international companies including Würth Group, Vaillant GmbH, Coloplast A/S, Cardolite Corporation. Currently his focus is on hazardous chemical regulations in China, mainly the Regulations on the Control over Safety of Hazardous Chemicals” (Decree 591).

 

About REACH24H

REACH24H Consulting Group, the member company of Centre Testing International Corporation, is a leading service provider of professional regulatory consultancy and cost-effective solution for chemical regulatory compliance to various industries. Since 2009 (business started as early as 2007), over 90 professionals with chemical, toxicological, eco-toxicological backgrounds have been continuously focusing on deepening research on major chemical regulations such as EU Reach, China NCSN; combining various resources and delivering valued products and services to meet demands from either companies those entitled with “Fortune Global 500” or small-and-medium enterprises worldwide.

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GHS Overview

The Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS) (“Purple Book”) is a guidance document published in 2003 by the United Nations (also referred to as the UN GHS). An updated edition of the GHS is published by the United Nations every two years (as of publication of this brochure, 2017 is the 7th and most recent revised edition).  The 2002 United Nations World Summit on Sustainable Development (WSSD) encouraged countries to implement GHS before 2008. In order to ensure consistency with UN GHS, individual countries have gradually enacted corresponding implementation regulations, among them the European Union’s (EU) release of its Classification, Labelling and Packaging (CLP) Regulation in 2008, followed by China’s implementation of GHS in 2011, and the United States modified Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) in 2012.

GHS Outline


EU CLP: an overview

With links to the UN GHS and the REACH legislation, on January 20, 2009 the EU introduced the Classification, Labeling and Packaging of Substances and Mixtures (CLP) Regulation (EC) No. 1272/2008. CLP was fully implemented for chemical substances on December 1, 2010, and mixtures on June 1, 2015.

Which substances are affected by EU CLP?

The vast majority of substances and mixtures imported into Europe must comply with EU CLP regulations, regardless of the tonnage.

  • All substances which must be registered under EU REACH must also comply with EU CLP;
  • Less than 1 ton/year of hazardous substances and mixtures of raw materials;
  • Hazardous polymers, pesticides, etc.
Obligations of Companies under EU CLP

  • Reclassify products
  • Update product labels and packaging
  • Update SDS
  • CLP Notification
Note: If the above-mentioned duties are not completed, the products will not be allowed into the EU market. Alternatively, they may be subject to inspection by law enforcement authorities of individual EU member states and face among others high fines, confiscation of goods and even imprisonment.

Comparative Analysis of EU, US and China GHS


What Substances Should Comply With China GHS

  • Chemicals listed in the Catalog of Hazardous Chemicals 2015.
  • Chemicals classified as hazardous chemicals following hazard identification.
  • Chemicals with data identifying them as hazardous in accordance with 28 international chemical classifications.

Corporate Obligations under GHS

Following the implementation of China GHS, some of the obligations companies must comply with are:


Our Services

  • UN GHS/EU CLP/US GHS/China GHS training system;
  • Update of product classifications  & design of SDS, labels and packaging in line with UN GHS/ EU CLP/ US GHS/ China GHS requirements;
  • SDS/MSDS/Labels in English, German, French or other languages and formats, including html, .doc, etc.;
  • SDS/Label Verification;
  • Preparation and Submission of C&L notification in line with CLP Regulation ;
  • Production of SDS/MSDS/Labels that comply with standards in countries implementing GHS regulations(Japan, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia , ASEAN).

Why REACH24H?

  • High level professionals, one of the first technical teams in regulatory research, providing strong technical support backed by many years of experience in global GHS regulatory research and technical consulting, offering first level technical services;
  • As of 2018, we have experience in over 35,000 SDS/labelling;
  • Long- term communication channels with government officials and experts to ensure service quality and efficiency;
  • Staff with English, Korean, Japanese and other language skills providing efficient services to our international clients and partners to ensure one-stop shop compliance services.
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Overview

July 1, 2012, China State Administration of Work Safety published the final version of the revised Measures for the Administration of Registration of Hazardous Chemicals (SAWS Order 53). As one main supporting law under the Decree 591, this revised regulation has taken effect since August 1st 2012 and replaced its predecessor version that had been released in 2002 by the former State Economic Trade Commission, a comprehensive administration set up in 1993 and repealed in 2003.

SAWS Order 53 establishes a powerful database of hazardous chemicals by adopting the internationally accepted registration system on hazardous chemicals, and provides technical and informative support for management on hazardous chemicals, accident prevention and emergency rescue.

Competent Authority

NRCC

The National Registration Center for Chemicals of State Administration of Work Safety (SAWS)

Local Registration Office at Provincial Level

Affected Companies

Domestic Manufactures (prior to the final acceptance of a new-built chemical plant)

Domestic Importers (prior to any importing activities)

Foreign Exporters are exempted from registration and there is no “OR” (Only Representative) concept under “SAWS Order 53”

Solutions for foreign exporters:

Chinese importers ·

Appoint a reliable agency to provide technical support for CN importers

Scope of Registration

Chemicals listed on Catalog of Hazardous Chemicals

The 2002 version of Catalogue is being revised and will be issued for public consultation soon

Chemicals with unknown hazard properties but identfied to be hazardous after hazard identification

Supporting “Measures” on hazard identification and classification 1) SAWS: Measures for the Management of Physical Hazard Identification and Classification for Chemicals (Available now) 2) MOH/MEP: Measures on health/ environmental hazard identification and classification (Not available now)

Procedure of the Registration

Hazardous Chemica Registration  in China

Registration Related Obligations for Registering Companies

Registration time

· Manufacturing/importing enterprises shall complete registration prior to the formal commencement of manufacturing/the first import of HCs (Hazardous Chemicals)

· Renew registration certificate 3 months prior to expiration

· Apply for cancellation of registration certificate 3 months before termination of production

Registration for one same variety of hazardous chemical product

· Companies both manufacture and import of the same variety of HCs shall register as manufacturers

· Importers who import the same HCs from different suppliers shall register the firstly imported chemicals, but provide the information of HCs from each supplier

· Repeated import of the same HCs produced by the same manufacturer, only one-time registration is required

Building an archive management system for hazardous chemicals

The registering enterprise shall

· Arrange a general inspection of all the HCs on their company’s premises

· Establish an archive management system for all their hazardous chemical products

Responsible and qualified employees for the registration

The person responsible for the registration shall have

· Corresponding knowledge and capacity of HCs registration

· Capacity to cooperate with registration authorities to verify the registration contents

Hazard identification for chemicals of uncertain hazard properties The state certifying agency should be appointed to conduct the hazard identification. If the chemical is identified as a HC, it should be registered according to the SAWS Order 53.
Emergency response telephone

· The registering manufacturer should provide a 24h emergency response consulting telephone or authorize a qualified authority for the emergency service

· Registering importer can establish their own fixed-line emergency telephone, entrust one of their import agent or a qualified registration authority with a 24h emergency phone service

The chemical information required for the registration

· Classification and labeling information about the HCs

· Physical and Chemical properties of the HCs

· Main uses (legitimate uses, forbidden uses and restricted uses)

· Hazardous properties

· Safety requirement of transport, storage and utilization of HCs

· Emergency measures for hazardous situation

Application materials required for the registration

· Hazardous chemical registration form

· For manufactures, industry and commerce business license is required; for importers, there more specified material are required

· SDS and the precautionary label

· Emergency telephone number

· The product standard of the HCs

Get to Know Hazardous Chemical Registration in China

View Regulation on Safety Management of Hazardous Chemicals in depth please visit Chemlinked:
ChemLinked  is a unique platform bringing you unparalleled access and up-to-the-minute coverage on chemical regulatory news in China, Japan, Taiwan and South Korea. ChemLinked is all powered by REACH24H.

1. What's Decree-591 6. Industry Obligations
2. History 6(1) GHS compliance
3. Authorities 6(2) Hazardous Chemicals Registration
4. Legal Framework under Decree 591 6(3) HazChem Licensing System under Decree 591
5. Regulatory Scope 6(4) Entry-Exit Inspection on Hazardous Chemicals
5(1) Catalogue of Hazardous Chemicals 7. News
8. Expert Articles & Ebook

Our Service

Search the Catalogue of Hazardous Chemicals

Chemlinked provides an online search toolbox, China Chemicals Inventory Toolbox(http://chemlinked.com/en/toolbox/). Thousands of hazardous chemicals included in Catalogue of Hazardous Chemicals (2002version) can be searched on the toolbox.

Assistance in hazard identification

For uncertain hazardous chemicals, REACH24H could contact accredited testing institutions to arrange test under physical hazard identification

Support Chinese importer/agency in hazardous chemicals registration

Preparation and update of China GHS compliance SDS/label

The 24h Emergency Telephone Number REACH24H are appointed by NRCC to represent 24h emergency telephone number

Protect confidential business information

Our Strength

Experienced Expert Team Support

Strict Quality Control System

Close Collaboration with Plenty of Certified Test Facilities

Good Communication with Competent Authorities

Fast Response to Clients Inquiries and Controlling Cost

Obeying the Code of Ethics, Respecting the Confidentiality and Privacy of our Clients

Excellent Project Management

REACH24H Europe Seminar 2013

 

An Introduction to Chinese Chemical Regulatory Obligations

---overcoming compliance issues

 

China’s chemical industry has rapidly developed over the course of the last two decades. This exponential growth has been driven by China’s remarkable economic development and an influx of foreign investment with numerous foreign companies seeking their piece of the proverbial pie. To better control chemicals manufactured or imported in China mainland, the Chinese government has taken various measures both in legislation and law enforcement to impose obligations on chemical manufacturers, importers and downstream users. Regulations such as China GHS, New Chemical Substance Notification (NCSN) and legislations on monitoring cosmetics and pesticides are among those which increasingly affect a huge number of players in chemical industry. In “REACH24H Europe Seminar 2013”, REACH24H aims to bring you the latest regulatory developments in addition to providing you the technical and practical know-how to efficiently comply with regulatory obligations helping you expedite getting your product on the market. It is an exciting opportunity for global EHS managers to refine and expand their knowledge and to clarify many of the most ambiguities intrinsic to the Chinese regulatory framework. The seminar will also afford attendees a unique opportunity to network and develop relationship with luminaries of the regulatory industry. 

* Please note:

1. the presentations in the seminar is given in English;
2. the seminars in Cologne and Basel present the same contents.

 

Invitation Letter

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Main Topics:
>>China chemical regulatory system

>>China chemical regulatory enforcement activity

>>China GHS compliance

>>China GHS inspection status quo

>>hazardous chemical registration in China

>>China new chemical substance notification

>>new cosmetic ingredient notification in China

attending our seminar will enable you to:

>>Study the chemical regulatory affair and enforcement practices in China;

>>Increase the efficiency in fulfilling chemical regulatory obligations in China;

>>Ensure compliance with emerging chemical regulatory requirements through practical cases;

>>Analyze future development of chemical regulatory landscape in China for your timely preparation. 

You may also benefit from the seminar:

>>chance to connect with experts from REACH24H;

>>acquaintance with other attendees;

>>follow-up to your questions and needs raised to REACH24H.

 

Who shall attend:

>>EHS Director/Manager

>>Product Stewardship Director/Manager

>>Supply Chain Director/Manager

>>RA/QA/GA Director/Manager

>>Commercial/BD Director/Manager

 

Seminar details

Date: Wednesday, June 12, 2013 / Thursday, June 20, 2013

Time: 09:00 -- 17:00

Venue: Pullman Cologne / RAMADA PLAZA Basel Hotel & Conference Center

Address: Helenenstrasse 14, 50667 KOELN GERMANY / Messeplatz 12, 4058 Basel, Switzerland

Seminar registration

Fee Schedule:

For seminar in Cologne, register by 24 May may enjoy early bird fee;
For seminar in Basel, register by 31 May may enjoy early bird fee.

Early Bird fee: 200 Euro
Regular fee: 300 Euro

 

Paying the registration fee by bank transfer:

Please click here to download the registration form, and email it to Jerry.yan@cn.reach24h.com, or fax it to 86 0571 8700 7566

 

Paying the registration fee by Paypal:

Register to Cologne Seminar:

Register (Please note the number of attendees is limited up to 55!!!)

 

Register to Basel Seminar:

Register (Please note the number of attendees is limited up to 50!!!)

 

Contact Info:

Contact Person: Jerry Yan

E-mail: Jerry.yan@cn.reach24h.com

Telephone: 86 0571 8700 7546

 

About REACH24H

REACH24H is a China-based consulting firm, specializing in providing chemical regulatory consultancy, agency and technical support. Our main focus covers the major chemical regulations emerged all around the world, such as EU REACH, EU CLP, China Reach, China GHS, etc. We aims at assisting chemical manufacturers, importers and downstream users to effectively meet the chemical regulatory obligations as well as remove chemical regulatory barriers to their business. In recent years, our services have expanded to a larger extent with cutting-edge IT solution provided and partnerships with globally famous regulatory services providers established, such as WERCS, ChemADVISOR, etc. Our comprehensive cooperation with law enforcement bodies such as the ECHA in EU and CRC-MEP in China, ensure our staying at the forefront of regulatory development, helping us seizing the key to the regulatory affairs and trend.

Published in Events

On June 5-6 of 2013, Chemspec Europe will hold its exhibition in Munich, Germany. REACH24H is invited to give presentations addressing chemical regulatory development in China.

 

Published in Events

In early April of 2013, REACH24H Consulting Group China is working with Protiviti LLC and TOKAI TECHNO Co., Ltd to organizing the regulatory seminars in both Tokyo and Osaka. These seminars will mainly focus on the China chemical regulations, including China REACH, China RoHS and China GHS.

Published in Events

By the end of 2012, Hannah Zhuang the regulatory specialist took a seven-day travel across Germany and Switzerland to bring local companies with the latest trend and updates on Chinese chemical regulation. One of the most important schedules was to attend the users’ conference of PES-Ingenieurgesellschaft mbH, the SDS authoring software company. Hannah was invited to give a speech regarding Chinese regulations at the conference. 140 people in total attended the conference with all of them representatives from local German companies or those from neighboring countries. Hannah’s speech was aiming at providing compliance advices from the perspective of German companies.

 

Published in China

On the International Chemical Regulatory Workshop hosted by REACH24H, Mr. Luo Qiming, from the MIIT (the leading department of China GHS), addressed that China is updating the current 26 GHS-related national standards to 28 standards by adding the “aspiration hazard” and “ hazard to the ozone layer”, aiming to be in line with the 4th edition of UN GHS.

 

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