- Compliance Interpretation of the Newly Updated Guidance
- Key Changes in the New Guidance: Focusing on Relevant Areas for Enterprises
- Strategies for Efficiently Completing Existing Substance Registration
May. 18th, 2023
Jessica Zhong, Sherry Wu
Recently, the Toxic and Chemical Substances Bureau (TCSB) officially released the updated Guidance for New and Existing Chemical Substances Phase 1 Registration (hereinafter referred to as the “Guidance”). Its previous version was published in 2015. After several revisions to the Toxic and Concerned Chemical Substance Control Act (a.k.a. Taiwan TCCSCA) and the Regulation on New and Existing Chemical Substances Registration (a.k.a. Taiwan REACH), the content of the 2015 version is no longer suitable as a guidance document for the current regulations. Therefore, the authority revised the Guidance in accordance with current regulations and common issues in recent chemical registrations while referring to chemical regulatory laws in other countries.
To help enterprises gain a more accurate and comprehensive understanding of the latest compliance requirements for new and existing chemical substances in the Taiwan region, as well as future focus, this webinar will provide an in-depth interpretation of the Guidance and share more compliance suggestions.
|Date||Time (GMT+8)||World Clock||Language|
|2023-05-18||10:00 ~ 11:00||Beijing: 10:00-11:00||Chinese|
|2023-05-18||21:00 ~ 22:00||London: 14:00-15:00
New York: 9:00-10:00
Regulatory Affairs Consultant
Sherry Wu, a Master of Chemistry from Zhejiang University, is currently a regulatory affairs Consultant in the Chemical Compliance Team of REACH24H Consulting Group. She is mainly engaged in the research and registration of chemical regulations in the Taiwan Region. So far, she has been responsible for and completed a number of Taiwan chemical registration consultations and compliance work, with rich experience in compliance response.
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