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Date: 13-15 July (Registration on 12 July)

Registration Fee: RMB 3800 per person (including VAT, event materials)

Early Bird Discount: RMB 3500 per person before 13 June

Seminar Venue: Shanghai Everbright Convention and Exhibition Center International Hotel

Overview

The year of 2015 is by no means an uneventful year for China’s chemical and environmental management. Chemical safety accidents occurred frequently, with the catastrophic Tianjin Blasts of 12 August attracting the most attention, igniting a huge public outcry for risk management of hazardous chemicals. More and more companies began to realize that there is no such thing as sustainable development without an environmental friendly chemical management.

Based on these needs, on 13-15 July, the National Registration Center for Chemicals of SAWS, Qingdao Nuocheng Chemical Safety Technology Co.Ltd and REACH24H Consulting Group will host “China Hazardous Chemicals Management Seminar 2016” in Shanghai. This two-day seminar will help companies to understand the current situation of hazardous chemicals management in China and the cost effective ways to comply with the complexities regulations.

Organizer

Organizer: Qingdao Nuocheng Chemical Safety Technology Co.Ltd

Co-organizer: Association of International Chemical Manufacturers (AICM)

REACH24H Consulting Group

Partner: National Registration Center for Chemicals, SAWS

Who Shall Attend?

  • Relevant personnel from the country’s administrative and managerial departments concerning traffic, transportation, environmental protection, hygiene, industrial information, quality inspection, work safety;
  • EHS managers, managers in charge of product safety and operation and technical and managerial personnel engaged in the chemical import/export, production, packaging, operation, storage and transportation, inspection etc. ;
  • Chemical regulatory compliance specialists and professionals of relevant fields

Major Contents

  • How to comply with Hazardous Chemical Safety Management Regulations?
  • Interpretation on Common Hazardous Chemicals and Dangerous Goods Standards, and In-depth Analysis of Decree No. 60
  • Key Points for China Inventory of Hazardous Chemicals (2015) , Classification, Identification and Registration of China Hazardous Chemicals Management
  • Interpretation of Policies and Management Requirements for China Chemical Import & Export
  • Interpretation of Supervision Policies for Local Chemicals
  • Requirements on Hazardous Chemicals Manufacture, Use, Storage, Distribution, Packaging and Transportation, and Hazardous Waste Management
  • Risk Assessment and Management during the Distribution Process of Hazardous Chemicals
  • Chemical Accident Emergency Rescue and Work Safety Emergency Response
  • Updates on Asia-pacific Chemical Regulations

Registration Fee

RMB 3800 per person (including VAT, event materials)

Early Bird Discount: RMB 3500 per person before 13 June

How to Register?

1. Please click here to register the seminar

2. Or, fill into the Registration Form and send it to us before 7 July

Contact Us

REACH24H Marketing Dept.

Tel: +86-571-87007555

Email:

Seminar Venue

Shanghai Everbright Convention and Exhibition Center International Hotel

Address: No.66, Caobao Road, Xuhui Dist., Shanghai, 200235 China

Tel: +86-21 6484 2500

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April 15-17, Shanghai, China

“China Hazardous Chemical Management Seminar 2015” hosted by The Training Center of China Chemical Industry Academy and REACH24H Consulting Group come to a successful close. Experts from National Registration Center of Chemicals (NRCC), Entry-Exit Inspection & Quarantine Bureau of China, Shanghai Registration Office, Shanghai Research Institute of Chemical Industry specified the contents and its impact of the newly published “List of Hazardous Chemicals 2015”. This two-day seminar attracted over 100 attendees, including decision-makers of multi-nationals, corporate EHS affair supervisors, relevant experts and managing directors of enterprises.

In a concerted effort undertaken by State Administration of Work Safety (SAW) together with China’s Ministry of Industry and information Technology (MIIT) and eight other state-level administrative departments, the new version of “List of Hazardous Chemicals” was released on 9 March 2015, formally dubbed as No.5 Notification of 2015, which will come into force from 1 May this year. The same day marks legal efficacy of the List’s 2002 version and the 2002 version of “List of Highly Toxic Chemicals” terminate.

A fair amount of revisions have been made to the new version of list on the basis of the 2002 version, cutting the total number of chemicals concerned from 3814 to 2828. The “List of Hazardous Chemicals” is an important part of “Decree 591: Regulations on the Control over Safety of Hazardous Chemicals”—the governing legislation passed by State Council which sets the guideline on chemical management in China. The impact of a revised list is far and wide. While contributing to the stepping up of chemical safety management, environmental protection and trade, its ripple effect will foreseeably throw weight upon a vast majority of chemical manufacturers and traders. Greater attention paid to certain variations from the previous version the new List spells serves the immediate interest of those affected.

Mr. Yuncai Li, Ms. Bin Fan, Mr. Jiliang Xu

In the first day, Mr. Yuncai Li from NRCC and Ms. Bin Fan from Shanghai Research Institute of Chemical Industry explained and analyzed Measures for the Management of Physical Hazard Identification and Classification for Chemicals (SAWS Order 60), and provided compliance strategies and measures to be adopted by companies; Mr. Jiliang Xu form Shanghai Registration Office indicated the ways to manage hazardous chemical registration and pointed out the importance of risk assessment.

Mr. Songjie Chen, Mr. Xiang Chen

Mr. Feng Liu from Shanghai Entry-Exit Inspection & Quarantine Bureau of China and Mr. Wei Jiang from Inspection and Testing Division of Dangerous Goods and Packaging of Shanghai Entry-Exit Inspection & Quarantine Bureau of China demonstrated the policies concerning on the Supervision of the import and export of chemicals in China, and Inspection and Testing Methods on Dangerous Goods and Packaging respectively. Both of them emphasized that companies should assure their goods have compliance with the registration requirements of “List of Hazardous Chemicals 2015”, otherwise, stricter inspection and fine policies will be taken during the import and export of chemicals in China.

Ms. Honghua Huang, Mr. Eric Sun

In the second day, background and technical differences of GB 30000-2013 series and guidance on the compilation of SDS and Labelling have been presented by Ms. Honghua Huang from Technical Center of Shandong Entry-Exit Inspection & Quarantine Bureau of China; meanwhile, global GHS expert Mr. Eric Sun from REACH24H Consulting Group delivered detailed explanation of comparisons between China GHS and GHS regulations in various Asia Pacific countries and also stated characteristic issues confront companies since the adoption of GB30000-2013: Chemical Classification and Labeling Compilation Specification and GB/T 17519-2013.

It should be noted that relevant companies should waste no time clarifying whether their products have fallen in the new List, following its nationwide practice. Chemicals included in the List must be dealt with in a manner which during hazardous chemical registration as well as various kinds of registration certificate application ensures delivery of information honest and precise. For those beyond the List and suspected of potential risk, the foremost is to conduct hazard assessment, the result of which shapes subsequent compliance strategy.

This seminar outright fix upon the new List or “List of Hazardous Chemical 2015”, given the crucial timing, and demystified riddles from chemical registration, classification to the criteria on label compilation, providing prudent advice to enable relevant technical and managerial personnel better comprehend and digest the new List and expounding obligations and responsibilities restraining companies.

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Date: April 15-17 2015Registration during 15 April

Registration Fee: RMB 2600 per person (including VAT, event materials, lunch, dinner)

Hotel is scheduled: RMB 360 room/day for single room; RMB 180 room/day for shared room by two attendees (including breakfast)

Address: PUXI New Century Hotel Shanghai (4-star)

No. 518 Xinjiang Road, Zhabei District, Shanghai, China

 

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Overview

In a concerted effort undertaken by State Administration of Work Safety (SAW) together with China’s Ministry of Industry and information Technology (MIIT) and eight other state-level administrative departments, the new version of “List of Hazardous Chemicals” was released on 9 March 2015, formally dubbed as No.5 Notification of 2015, which will come into force from 1 May this year. The same day marks legal efficacy of the List’s 2002 version and the 2002 version of “List of Highly Toxic Chemicals” terminate.

A fair amount of revisions have been made to the new version of list on the basis of the 2002 version, cutting the total number of chemicals concerned from 3814 to 2828. The “List of Hazardous Chemicals” is an important part of “Decree 591: Regulations on the Control over Safety of Hazardous Chemicals”—the governing legislation passed by State Council which sets the guideline on chemical management in China. The impact of a revised list is far and wide. While contributing to the stepping up of chemical safety management, environmental protection and trade, its ripple effect will foreseeably throw weight upon a vast majority of chemical manufacturers and traders. Greater attention paid to certain variations from the previous version the new List spells serves the immediate interest of those affected.

Relevant companies should also waste no time clarifying whether their products have fallen in the new List, following its nationwide practice. Chemicals included in the List must be dealt with in a manner which during hazardous chemical registration as well as various kinds of registration certificate application ensures delivery of information honest and precise. For those beyond the List and suspected of potential risk, the foremost is to conduct hazard assessment, the result of which shapes subsequent compliance strategy.

This seminar will outright fix upon the new List or “List of Hazardous Chemical 2015”, given the crucial timing, and aims at demystifying riddles from chemical registration, classification to the criteria on label compilation, providing prudent advice to enable relevant technical and managerial personnel better comprehend and digest the new List and expounding obligations and responsibilities restraining companies.


Experts from The Trinity Governing Body of State Administration of Work Safety, State Administration of Coal Mine Safety and Safe Production Commission Board of State Council and National Registration Center of Chemicals affiliated to State Administration of Work Safety have been invited to illuminate attendees, mostly representatives of relevant companies, on hazardous chemical management issues.


Who Shall Attend

v  Relevant personnel from the country’s administrative and managerial departments concerning traffic, transportation, environmental protection, hygiene, industrial information, quality inspection, work safety;

v  EHS managers, managers in charge of product safety and operation and technical and managerial personnel engaged in the chemical import/export, production, packaging, operation, storage and transportation, inspection etc. ;

v  Chemical regulatory compliance specialists and professionals of relevant fields.

Seminar Highlights

I. Decipher the “List of Hazardous Chemicals 2015”

²  the main variations of the “List of Hazardous Chemicals 2015” and its impact to companies;

²  Interpretation to the main contents of the “List of Hazardous Chemicals 2015”;

²  Introduction and contemplation of the “guidance documents” corresponding to the “List of Hazardous Chemicals 2015”;

²  Compliance strategies and measures to be adopted by companies’

²  Question and Answer session.

II. In-depth Reading of Regulation on Hazardous Chemical Registration and Practical Case Analysis

²  The accessible know-how on managing hazardous chemical registration according to the updated “Measures on the Management of Hazardous Chemical Registration”;

²  Introduction of hazardous chemical registration requirements and its working procedures;

²  Properly fill out registration documentation as a mandatory obligation;

²  Practical Case Analysis

III. Disentangle the National Standards regarding “Chemical Classification and Labeling” and Their Practical Case Analysis

²  Characteristic issues confront companies since the adoption of GB30000-2013: Chemical Classification and Labeling Compilation Specification and GB/T 17519-2013: Safety Data Sheet Compilation Guidance Book, across the country;

²  Cross-border regulatory blockage: efficiently transition and adapt to global regulatory environment for international business players;

²  Parade of Expertise: craftsmanship in Label and SDS compilation based on experiences gleaned from years’ practice and speculation, coupled with case study and hands-on mocking test.

IV. Interactive Q&A Session

Short and convenient interval is to be lodged throughout the seminar with a single purpose to provoke audiences think and raise questions they come across during regulatory compliance work by forming interactive communication up close between speakers and audiences, turning dry conveyance of knowledge into classroom teaching imbued with graphic and vibrant aura.

Agenda

15 April (Wednesday) Registration

16 April (Thursday)  Agenda

Time

Topics

8:00-9:00

Registration

9:00-9:20

Welcome Speech

9:20-10:20

The issues of Measures for the Management of Physical Hazard Identification and Classification for Chemicals (SAWS Order 60)

Mr. Yuncai Li, National Registration Center of Chemicals(NRCC)

10:20-10:40

Tea Break

10:40-11:40

Management of Hazardous Chemical Registration and Risk Assessment

Mr. Jiliang Xu, Shanghai Registration Office

11:40-12:00

Discussion Section

12:00-13:30

Lunch

13:30-14:30

Introduction of Measures for the Management of Physical Hazard Identification and Classification for Chemicals

Mr. Bin Fan, Shanghai Research Institute of Chemical Industry

14:30-15:30

Supervision of the import and export of chemicals in China

Mr. Feng Liu, Shanghai Entry-Exit Inspection & Quarantine Bureau of China

15:30-15:50

Q&A Session

15:50-16:10

Tea Break

16:10-17:10

Inspection and Testing Methods on Dangerous Goods and Packaging

Mr. Wei Jiang, Inspection and Testing Division of Dangerous Goods and Packaging of Shanghai Entry-Exit Inspection & Quarantine Bureau of China

17:10-17:30

Discussion Section

17 April (Friday)  Agenda

Time

Topics

9:00-10:00

Background and Technical Differences of GB 30000-2013 Series
GB 30000.1 VS GB 13690

Mr. Lidong Che, Technical Center of Shandong Entry-Exit Inspection & Quarantine Bureau of China

10:00-10:30

Tea Break

10:30-11:30

GB 30000.30 VS AQ 3047 & Guidance on the Compilation of SDS and Labelling

Mr. Lidong Che, Technical Center of Shandong Entry-Exit Inspection & Quarantine Bureau of China

11:30-12:00

Q&A and Discussion Session

12:00-13:30

Lunch

13:30-14:40

Hazardous Chemical Registration in China

REACH24H Consulting Group

14:40-15:00

Q&A Session

15:00-15:30

Tea Break

15:30-16:40

GHS Implementation in China

REACH24H Consulting Group

16:40-17:00

Q&A Session

Registration Fee

RMB 2600 per person (including VAT, event materials, lunch, dinner)

Hotel is scheduled: RMB 360 room/day for single room; RMB 180 room/day for shared room by two attendees (including breakfast)

Payment via bank transfer:

Account Name: Shanghai Research Institute of Chemical Industry

Bank Name: Sub branch of Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) Bank in the Jinshajiang Road, Putuo District

Bank Account: 1001247219100017952

How to Register?

Please click here to register the seminar!

Contact Us

Ms. Cassie Li

Tel: +86-571-87007524

Fax: +86-571-87007566

Email:

Organizer

The Training Center of China Chemical Industry Academy

Formerly known as “The Training Center of Technical Associate of Chemical Industry Department”, it was established by the then “Chemical Industry Department” in June 1979 and has since been the training ground for “continued engineering education” and nursery camp for “Technical Associate”. Preceded by the restructuring of chemical industry department which afterwards performs the duty confined to “Industry Association” only, the training center was renamed twice in 2001 and 2011 to “The Training Center of China Petroleum and Chemical Industry Association” and “The (Shanghai) Training Center of China Petroleum and Chemical Industry Union” respectively. It is now a professional institute dedicated to “continued engineering education” on a nationwide scale and a subordinate organization to China Petroleum and Chemical Industry Association. Recognized also as the training institute of China Chemical Industry Academy, it is responsible for high-tech training programs for the relevant fields the Academy involved in, encouraging interaction within academic realm and promoting new technology. Member of the Academy will be granted qualification certificate corresponding to the degree of which the qualification test they pass is designed for. For more information, please visit: www.traincenter.com.cn/

REACH24H Consulting Group China

REACH24H Consulting Group, a subsidiary of Center Testing International Corporation (CTI, China Stock Code: SZ.300012), provides global chemical regulatory compliance services for companies trying to navigate the regulatory maze in EU, USA, China and other Asia-Pacific countries. REACH24H offers services that range from regulatory information update, professional registration services, symposium and training courses, to database and software maintenance for the chemical, agrochem, cosmetic, and food industries. REACH24H’s parent company CTI is the first publicly listed company in China in the testing, inspection and certification business.

Headquartered in Hangzhou, China, REACH24H also has two wholly-owned subsidiaries in Dublin, Ireland and Washington, DC, USA offering timely, reliable, and comprehensive compliance solutions for companies, assisting them to compete in an increasingly tough market and set world standards in their respective class. More information please check www.reach24h.com

Seminar Hotel

Venue: PUXI New Century Hotel Shanghai (4-star)

Address: No. 518 Xinjiang Road, Zhabei District, Shanghai, China

Hotel Tel: 021-61391888

Alternative Traffic Routes

I. Starting Point: Shanghai Train Station

Take Subway Line No.1 and get off at Xinzhalu Station (Exit at Gateway No.1). Then walk 200 meters more to reach the venue. If come by taxi, be ready for a fare no less than 15 Yuan.

II. Starting Point: Shanghai South Train Station

Take Subway Line No.1 and get off at Xinzhalu Station (Exit at Gateway No.1). Then walk 200 meters more to reach the venue. If come by taxi, be ready for a fare no less than 50 Yuan.

III. Starting Point: Hongqiao Train Station

Take Subway Line No.2 and get off at People’s Square Station and then transfer to Subway Line No.1 and get off at Xinzhalu Station (Exit at Gateway No.1). Then walk 200 meters more to reach the venue. If come by taxi, be ready for a fare no less than 80 Yuan.

IV. Starting Point: Hongqiao Airport

Take Subway Line No.2 and get off at People’s Square Station and then transfer to Subway Line No.1 and get off at Xinzhalu Station (Exit at Gateway No.1). Then walk 200 meters more to reach the venue. If come by taxi, be ready for a fare no less than 80 Yuan.

V. Starting Point: Pudong Airport

Take Subway Line No.2 and get off at People’s Square Station and then transfer to Subway Line No.1 and get off at Xinzhalu Station (Exit at Gateway No.1). Then walk 200 meters more to reach the venue. If come by taxi, be ready for a fare no less than 170 Yuan.

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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

SAWS to Enforce More Severe Punishment for Non-Compliance of the Revised HC Registration Measures

 

August 23, 2012

 

The recently released “Measures for the Administration of Registration of Hazardous Chemicals” (SAWS Order 53) has just come into force in China on Aug 1st, 2012. Besides the attention-grabbing changes in the regulated scope (“Catalogue of hazardous chemicals in China”), legal entity (both manufacturers and importers are included for registration) and registration contents, SAWS will impose more severe punishment on those who do not comply with this newly released Measures.

Published in China

Subtle changes made to the policy of emergency phone service for China's new hazardous chemicals registration are making some registrants confused: How do I arrange my emergency phone service in view of China’s new hazardous chemicals registration?

 

August 24, 2012

 

In the past month following China’s implementation of the revised hazardous chemicals (HC) registration decree (SAWS Order 53 of 2012), many a company registrant was wandering whether they could put a commissioned telephone number for the required emergency consulting obligation. Some received the NRCC reply that this special phone number should not be consigned to “unofficial” chemical research institutes or service agents as it used to be under the 2002 legislative version. Then, what entities are allowed to undertake the emergency consulting service for company registrants? What do the new rules say about it?

Published in China

A three-month special inspection over 127 companies of hazardous chemicals is launched in Tianjin in early August focusing on the involved major hazard installations and newly built factories equipped with hazardous chemicals process technologies

 

14 August, 2012

 

In Tianjin, a three-month special inspection over 127 companies of hazardous chemicals has recently been planned by the city’s administration of work safety, according to news from ccin.com.cn. The special check will focus on the involved major hazard installations and newly built factories equipped with hazardous chemicals process technologies.

Published in China

The hazardous chemicals operation permit or license is one important part that underlines the License System of State Council Decree 591; it is also one core regulatory obligation targeting enterprises of hazardous chemicals operation under China’s hazardous chemicals safety control regime.

 

August 6, 2012

 

Shortly after the effectiveness of the updated management measures on China’s hazardous chemicals registration, SAWS has published last Friday on its website the revised “Measures for the Administration of Hazardous Chemicals Operation Permit” (SAWS Order 55 of 2012) and announced that the updated legislation would enter into force as of September 1, 2012. The new rules will replace the old 2002 version that had been issued by the State Economic Trade Commission (SETC). The hazardous chemicals operation permit or license (in short as “HC Operation Permit”) is one important part that underlines the License system of State Council Decree 591; it is also one core regulatory obligation targeting enterprises of hazardous chemicals operation under China’s hazardous chemicals safety control regime.

Published in China

8 Application Forms for China’s Hazardous Substances Registration are Issued for public consultation; hazardous chemical importers are grouped in users and traders

 

17 July 2012

 

Subsequent to the SAWS Order 53 on China’s hazardous substances registration, the National Registration for Chemicals under the SAWS (NRCC-SAWS) is consulting public comments on eight application-related documents by the deadline of 25 July. This set of documentation contains:

Published in China

On 1 December 2011, the revised Regulation on the Control over Safety of Hazardous Chemicals, also called Decree 591, came into force. This key piece of legislation is advancing the regulation of hazardous chemicals to more hazard-based approaches and through the entire supply chain, from manufacture & importation to storage & use,  purchase & sale to transportation & disposal.

 

16 July 2012

 

Hazardous chemicals are administrated through a complex regulatory network in China, with more than ten ministries involved. As the key legal document, Decree 591 sits at the top of this structure. Below it there are numerous measures and national standards, which can be divided into three main classes, based on their corresponding obligations; national standards related to the UN Globally Harmonized System (GHS) of chemicals classification and labelling (eg “GB xxx”), measures on Registration, and measures on licences for manufacturing, use or storage.

 

How do China's various implementing "measures" and "guidelines" fit under the country's primary law on hazardous substances? and how could this statute affect domestic and abroad chemical companies? Dr Olivia Sun from REACH24H Consulting Group in this session will help you chart a clear-cut and macro-view roadmap for the compliance must-dos associated with hazardous chemicals administration in China: China GHS, Hazardous Chemicals Registration, Licensing System and Entry-Exit Inspection on Dangerous Goods.

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