International Chemical Regulation REACH Workshop, Asia 2012 has successfully concluded

Nov. 29th, 2012

(where you may find free download of slides for all the presentations in the workshop)

Briefing on the 2012 Workshop

The workshop focuses on current international chemical regulatory trends and how companies can benefit from effective compliance strategies. With topics ranging from differing regulatory authority approaches to differing requirements for manufacturers and importers, this conference has offered the latest global regulatory information and enforcement trends. Senior chemical testing experts has elaborated on scientific evaluation of substance data requirements to facilitate effective reduction of compliance costs. A proposal for optimum design of supply chain compliance has facilitated decision-making on product risk control and cross-border business interactions.

Next year, 2013, is an important year for all actors involved in EU chemical trading. This workshop has ended up with satisfactory answers to questions such as how can you prepare appropriately for the challenges; How can you reduce TBT risk and ensure regional compliance; How can you seize the initiative and achieve success in the ever-changing international market.

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Key topics and speakers

Key topics Speakers Organizations
How to prepare for the 2013 registration deadline under REACH Petteri Mäkelä,
International Affairs & External Communications Unit, European Chemicals Agency (ECHA)
Live report on regulatory enforcement of EU REACH and CLP Mr. Chiel Bovenkerk,
Coordinator/specialist inspector Chemicals at Human Environment and Transport Inspectorate, Netherlands
Case study: Registration data fees under the EU REACH regulation Ms. Helen Ye,
B. D. Manager of REACH24H Consulting Group
Understanding MEP No.7: status and process of “Measures on the Environmental Administration of New Chemical Substance in China” Mr. Nie Jinglei,
Director of Chemical Registration Center, Ministry of Environmental Protection (CRC-MEP)
Introduction to risk assessment progress on new chemical substance notification in China Mr. Wang Hong,
Associate Researcher in Key Laboratory of Ecological Effect and Risk Assessment of Chemicals, China MEP
How to plan an efficient new chemical substance notification Mr. Tommy Kong,
Senior expert in charge of China New Chemical Substance Notification, REACH24H
Status of GHS implementation in China and the international development tendency of GHS Luo Qiming

Senior officer of Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of PRC (China MIIT)

An introduction on “Measures for the Administration of Hazardous Chemicals Registration” Guo Zongzhou


Korea REACH and current activities Sanghee Park


Law Enforcement&Supervision of Dangerous Goods Transported by water Ge Yuying

Dailian Dangerous Goods Transportation Research Center

Test requirement on new chemical substance notification and case study Tang Baohua

Shenyang Research Institute of Chemical Industry

Requirements and Solutions for TSCA Compliance Lily Hou


Ecotoxicology data requirements in new chemical substance notification Serena Song


Dupont Chemicals Regulation Compliance Practice Introduction Sandy Ma

Dupont China

Solutions for coping with regional differences in GHS Christine Lepisto

The Wercs Ltd.

GLP studies at Huntingdon Life Sciences(HLS) Jimmy O’Connor


China Regulatory News&Database– Jim Wei


Extended safety data sheets: managing and understanding Exposure scenarios Simone Margheritis

Selerant S.R.L

Workshop venue and hotel reservation

Wyndham Grand Plaza Royale West Lake Hangzhou

The Wyndham Grand Plaza Royale Hangzhou Hotel is located at the North East corner of the scenic West Lake, facing the local and provincial Government offices and administration, and in the hub of Hangzhou’s Business District. The picturesque West Lake is only a few steps away. The Wyndham Grand Plaza Royale West Lake Hangzhou Hotel is the perfect place to create long-lasting memories for your business, conference or leisure trip.