Nov. 16th, 2023
The 15th Chemical Regulatory Annual Conference (CRAC 2023) will take place in November in Shanghai, China. CRAC 2023 will feature multiple breakout sessions, including updates on chemical safety, environmental management, sustainable development, pesticide registration, and regulatory updates for recycled plastics in Asia, Europe, and other major trade regions.
With participation from government officials, industry experts, and corporate representatives, the conference offers a chance to explore new regulatory requirements and global market trends, exchange ideas, and foster collaborations.
|Sessions||Global Chemical Management and Sustainable Development||Global Pesticide Registration and Market Trends|
|November 16||Global Chemical Management and Sustainable Development||Global Pesticide Registration Management|
|November 17||Hazardous Chemicals Management and Informatization Practices||–||Pesticide Market Trends and Landscape|
|Global Insights on Recycled Plastics||–|
If you have any questions regarding CRAC, please feel free to contact the CRAC Organizing Committee via CRAC@reach24h.com.
Since 2009, the Chemical Regulatory Annual Conference (CRAC) has brought together global forces for 15 consecutive years to build industry dialogue, invite domestic and foreign government agencies, industry experts, and business representatives to discuss global chemical management trends, exchange international advanced management experience, and extend to sub-sectors such as pesticides, disinfectants, cosmetics, food contact materials, pharmaceuticals, green and low-carbon industries, and promote green, safe, and sustainable development of the industry, injecting new vitality into the benign development of the industry.
From 2020 to 2022, REACH24H has organized the online CRAC for three consecutive years, with partners including the Helsinki Chemicals Forum (HCF), United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), European Chemicals Agency (ECHA), European Commission (EC), etc. Speakers come from ECHA, the Independent Beauty Association (IBA), the French Cosmetics Association for SMEs – COSMED, China’s Ministry of Ecology and Environment, and many other government agencies and organizations. Overall, the online CRACs have attracted more than 20,000 global participants and covered 91 countries/regions, including researchers and students from 85 universities worldwide.